Adata class 6 microsdhc

Discussion in 'EDGE' started by munkybfunky, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. munkybfunky
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    munkybfunky Newbie

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    Since the EDGE is not spring-loaded, I was wondering if the Adata and the Transcend microsdhc have anything on the top to make it easier to claw out. I've seen some pictures and it doesn't look like it has anything.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. xtinct84

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    Does the A-data or Transcend 8gb microsdhc class 6 card even work with the edge flash card?

    I would think that would be a more important question,
     
  3. Seven

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    EDGE supports SDHC. In fact, all current generation flash carts support SDHC, minus the R4 and clones.

    However, out of all the 8GB microSDHC cards you can get, I'd suggest you get the Transcend Class 6 or Kingston or even Sandisk, since those are more reliable and consistent choices as compared to A-DATA.
     
  4. TooMuchActions

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    A-Data...lots of people reported. Not very reliable in term of data save. I have Transcend class 6 and Kingston class 4 all ordered from Newegg....all have perform well so far.
     
  5. Vulpes Abnocto

    Vulpes Abnocto Drinks, Knows Things

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    I can confirm that the A-Data 4 gig Class 6 microSDHC cards have a small lip on the end which you can catch with a fingernail to easily withdraw them from your flashcart. (I own two such microSDHC cards)

    I've also had absolutely NO trouble using A-Data's products with my flashcart. (M3Real with iSaukReal firmware.)

    To quote my best friend:
    "Hope it helps."