I was looking into buying some 32 GB micro sd cards from china, they have good reviews and are around £5 each if you buy 25. Has anybody else done this and do you have any tips?
asked Oct 27 '11 at 08:14
When it comes to memory cards, I would advise against it unless they have a warranty you can rely on. Those things may not even hold anything close to 4GB, let alone 32GB. And even if those memory cards hold as much space as advertised, their ability to hold data without corrupting said data would be crap.
answered Oct 27 '11 at 08:26
Most SD cards from china are generally 32MB-2GB cards but are formatted to 32GB or some other high capacity.
They also don't last very long, they are generally designed to last long enough for the the feedback timer to expire (for the ones that give you a true size)
Also most of the Chinese sellers sell the fake SD cards and other items cheaply and you buying them will only make them more expensive as you will take your middle man profit cut.
Most SD cards on ebay are fake.
answered Oct 27 '11 at 11:40
I purchase SD cards from England and sell them here in Denmark. I avoid asia as I don't want fake products, so I would rather earn a little less and buy them from England :)
Does me well :)
answered Oct 28 '11 at 17:01