Which micro sd card brand should I get?

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Mar 11, 2008
  1. Chaoszero
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    I'm trying to get a new micro sd card but I don't know which brand I should get. You might think I'm picky but its just because my old one "mysteriously broke" suddenly. It was a kingstons. Anyone tell me which brand would be most reliable and try to back it up. [​IMG]
     
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    Get another Kingston or Toshiba. They are the best.
     
  3. Bri

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    How long did you have the Kingston? I believe they have a good warranty. You might contact Kingston or the store you bought it from and try to get a replacement.

    -Bri
     
  4. Malkesh

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    So a micro SD-Card should definitely still be in warranty.

    Personally I can recommend Kingston-products too - I also got some SanDisk-cards (also a 8GB one, works very well), which never failed me yet either.
     
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    Their warranty is better than good. It's a lifetime warranty. Kingston is truly the way to go. Get another one!
     
  6. Jackreyes

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    Cool
    I did not know about the lifetime warranty... backup for if mine breaks then...
    But yeah my kingston hasn't let me down yet.
     
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    I had a 2GB Corsair SD which stopped working one day...I mailed it in (cost i think $1.88 postage, i paid extra for delivery confirmation as proof i sent it) and in 9 days i had a brand new card in my hand. so yeah, lifetime warranty is nice.
     
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    i use adata sdhc, no problems whatsoever
     
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    Why don't you just get it replaced by Kingston?
    -link
     
  10. Chaoszero
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    ok then thanks for the help [​IMG]
     

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