Just because it specifies Class 10 on the card doesn't mean the card is going to give you Class 10 transfer speeds. I'm sure a Class 6-8 San Disk brand can out do that card on read and write speeds. The brand is also questionable. Specifications don't matter as much as people like to believe for MicroSD and SDHC cards, it's the components of the product that count. From the many reviews that I have read people have done tests that confirm many of the San Disk MicroSD and SDHC memory cards marked with lower class speeds actually performed better than some lesser known brand memory card that was marked +2 or more class rating above the San Disk.
I don't recommend buying it, so I say buy at your own risk. I don't trust any other MicroSD or SDHC other than San Disk. There's always bound to be plenty of China fakes floating around and faked to be the good stuff but fail within months. It's almost kind of like the Sony MS Pro Duo stick fakes that were being sold on eBay and third party suppliers at Amazon several years back ago. But I have heard of Centon before they make 3rd party batteries for many other electronic devices so they definitely aren't fake but have been around for quite a while. But I still recommend investing a little more for something that is of quality. There's a reason why cheap things are cheap, because they don't last as long as the expensive stuff and don't perform like it either. But the only people who are going to actually utilize a real Class 10 card aren't going to be your average Joe, these people are going to buy
and not some lesser known brand like Centon to take pictures with their Nikon or Canon SLR cameras in some crazy ass resolution that actually needs the read/write speeds of a true Class 10 card. But if it sounds too good to be true then it probably is.
My advice is stay away if you don't want to be disappointed.