1. BitPusher2600's Avatar
    I don't know if anyone cares about this subject or not but I thought I'd share.

    Some Walmarts (in my case, two out of five local) carry a 32gb Class 4 Sandisk MicroSD card for $49.88
    For whatever reason, I could not find it on the website. I just recently noticed it at the one I work at.

    Class 4 is a sufficient speed class to perfectly handle recording the 720p video our 99**'s record and that's a damn good deal. Just thought I'd let some of you know about it
    01-25-12 04:01 AM
  2. croman's Avatar
    Amazon has 32Gb Class 10 Lexar MicroSD cards for $54 (with a card reader for your computer) with Free Shipping.

    They also carry the 32Gb Class 4 Sandisk for $31..No free shipping on this one.
    01-25-12 11:20 AM
  3. howards's Avatar
    I recently ordered the 32gb Sandisk and got free shipping too.
    01-25-12 11:39 AM
  4. Jake90087's Avatar
    I have a now pretty old class 4 16GB card from my Bold 9000 days. Does the trick well! God to hear that class 4 does you well as it does me. I might go for a class 10 Lexar card though...
    01-25-12 12:03 PM
  5. Betmen's Avatar
    Amazon has 32Gb Class 10 Lexar MicroSD cards for $54 (with a card reader for your computer) with Free Shipping.

    They also carry the 32Gb Class 4 Sandisk for $31..No free shipping on this one.
    Believe it or not the maker of the card is more important than the class. Experts have told me Sandisk is far better than lexar. That being said there is no comparison between Lexars 10 and Sandisks 10.
    01-25-12 12:34 PM
  6. wolfee48's Avatar
    Got a Sandisk 32Gb from VZW for $52. Love all the extra space to sync my music from iTunes.
    01-25-12 12:57 PM
  7. Denny_Crane's Avatar
    I paid $45 for my 32GB class 10 Lexar at an online boxing week sale. This card is awesome!
    01-25-12 03:10 PM
  8. 85_305's Avatar
    Does the 'class' make a huge, noticeable difference?
    01-25-12 03:50 PM
  9. Denny_Crane's Avatar
    Does the 'class' make a huge, noticeable difference?
    It's the data transfer rate. A class 4 card can read/write data at 4MB/s, whereas a class 10 can read/write at 10MB/s. It's not so important for accessing files on a BlackBerry, but it will help to have a higher class if you plan on loading/unloading the card with data a lot. For example, if you plan on constantly adding/removing music or videos, you'll probably want a faster card.
    01-25-12 03:55 PM
  10. Rootbrian's Avatar
    I'm still rocking my 8GB class 2 microSD card.
    01-25-12 05:24 PM
  11. sulcopete's Avatar
    Amazon seems to be pretty competitive at $32

    http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-32GB-M...bUvbUpU7066598
    01-26-12 03:26 PM
  12. BergerKing's Avatar
    Just got my son an 8/4 card for $6 off Amazon. He has just graduated to a BlackBerry and loves it. I'd like a 32, myself, but life has other plans, at the moment.
    01-26-12 03:34 PM
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