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    Question 32 GB - Class 4 MicroSD Card?

    Will a 32 GB - Class 4 MicroSD card work with the TF101? I've heard some people say that you need a CLASS 6 or higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceH View Post
    Will a 32 GB - Class 4 MicroSD card work with the TF101? I've heard some people say that you need a CLASS 6 or higher.
    I use a 32gb class 4 card and have no problems.
    All my music, photos, videos, movies are on it and play normally.

    Mine is a generic card from Newegg
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    I also use a 32gb class 4 card. Works fine.

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    Thanks for that input.

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    Just an FYI, Class 4 is a little one the slow side. It's plenty fast enough for playing movies and music, but when it comes time to load files onto it, you'll really be able to feel how slow it is. If you won't regularly be adding and removing large volumes of files, you'll never know the difference. If you want to load up 10GB of photos so you can show a client their wedding photos while sitting at a coffee shop, you'll be tapping your foot and waiting for the transfer to finish for a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeeDubb65 View Post
    Just an FYI, Class 4 is a little one the slow side. It's plenty fast enough for playing movies and music, but when it comes time to load files onto it, you'll really be able to feel how slow it is. If you won't regularly be adding and removing large volumes of files, you'll never know the difference. If you want to load up 10GB of photos so you can show a client their wedding photos while sitting at a coffee shop, you'll be tapping your foot and waiting for the transfer to finish for a long time.
    I completely agree with your post and the last sentence is right on. I was transferring about 5GB of photos from a few days in the Southwest (Grand Canyon and Monument Valley) and when I started the download from my camera card I was surprized at how slow it was. I went and took a shower and had a little bite to eat before it was finished. I recommend loading the pictures before you meet a client (or get a class 10).

 

 

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