Well, considering the few (none) success of my post on the other forum, I thought I may have more answers here. One answer would already be more than zero, so…
I bought a generic chinese MP4 player which I use as an MP3 player actually. No infos about it on the web, supposedly it is by Senai, and the model is Stron. Anyway, it has got a Micro SD slot for up to 8GB (according to the tests made by the seller).
I will travel A LOT. And I would like to avoit problems with the card. Unfortunately I had no money for a good Sansa player or other player which could have offered me international warranty, so, I just hope the player I have will do its job.
But about the card, I will chose between Kingston and Sandisk, and I cannot decide.
I am a bit confused about Classes and Speed rates. I understand that classes is about minimum continued transfer rate, while speed rate is the maximum transfer rate. But I have no idea about if any of both of these numbers should have any relevance for a MP3 player. I guess they have not.
So, I can choose between a Sandisk card, class 2, or a Kingston one, class 4. I ignore the difference in speed rate.
Beside that, Sandisk has got 5 years warranty, Kingston has got lifetime warranty. “lifetime warranty” makes its effect because it makes Kingston seem very sure that I will never ever have a problem with their product, which is what I look for. Is it like that? Do you have any idea of the difference between the two brands? Which card should I choose?
Consider that, important factor, the Sandisk one costs me 3/4 of the Kingston one… Thanks!