Mushkin 32GB SDHC ReviewnVidia_Freak - July 13, 2011
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Mushkin's Class 10 32GB SDHC card performs very well and holds up against competition without waiver. Should one purchase it? If one is in the market for an SDHC card with a 32GB capacity, then certainly I would recommend that you at least consider it. It's a mid-priced class 10 card for its capacity, and it holds up. Mushkin has the history and experience with memory to be able to make an attractive memory card and it has done just that. It may cost negligibly more than lower-class rated cards, so there's really no reason to take those unless you are so entirely strapped for cash that another $8 will seriously hurt you.
Mushkin includes a carrying case with the card, which is a small but appreciated extra and would certainly come in handy on the go. Keeping the card in its carrying case when not in use ought to make it just a little harder to misplace or have it fall out of a pocket or wallet when reaching for something else. My only gripe with the card is that it doesn't read quite as fast as other cards, although it still does meet class 10 specifications. I will always argue that write speeds are the more important of the two so long as the read speeds aren't horrendously slow, and that stands here. If you're looking to spend around $60 for a high-capacity SDHC card, remember that Mushkin's card is fairly priced and performs very well. Give it a shot!
- Carrying case included
- Reasonably priced
- Respectable performance
- Comparatively low read speed