Shop AndroidGuys! Dane-Elec 16GB microSDHC Card

Ask around and you’ll find the general consensus is that most Android owners would love more storage.  While many phones come with 2-4GB microSD cards, a lot of you opt to replace it right of the bat.  Did you know that you could buy accessories for all Android phones from our own store?  Accessories like a Dane-Elec 16GB microSDHC Card.

I feel obligated to point out that this is a Class 2 memory card.  That means if you are one of those who like to root your handset, you’ll want to look for a different card – something in a Class 6. However, being that the typical Android user doesn’t even know about rooting, this is a great choice.

Typically, I use the card for loading music, podcasts, and photos.  I’ve never had a problem with the card hanging up or taking too long to respond.  I did some checking around and found that HD video playback works good on the card with the only issue being it might take a tad long to load the files on.  Whereas most of my podcasts and music folders are loaded in a matter of minutes, large movies might take longer than expected.

As of today, the 16GB card sells for $39.95 in the AndroidGuys store.  We also offer smaller microSD cards in 2GB, 4 GB, and 8GB versions.

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10 Comments

  1. Artem Russakovskii
    February 24, 19:41 Reply

    Class 6 on Amazon by Adata is only $15-20 more but so much faster. Don't upgrade to a class 2 if you are upgrading already.

  2. @TimothyBass
    February 24, 21:02 Reply

    Would be worth it if it were a few dollars cheaper and was a class 6, because I can get this on amazon for the same price only class 6

  3. mevster
    February 25, 17:12 Reply

    how long till 32gig cards start coming out?

  4. Andrea
    October 08, 01:03 Reply

    Wow, that is really a dinosaur! But wait, can the phone handle that card? Are you certain that it will not slow down?

  5. Oat Roller
    October 16, 09:29 Reply

    Shop AndroidGuys! Dane-Elec 16GB microSDHC Card. I feel obligated to point out that this is a Class 2 memory card. That means if you are one of those who like to root your handset, you’ll want to look for a different card – something in a Class 6. Thanks.

  6. Charming Chick
    November 02, 15:49 Reply

    It is hoped that this new product would solve the storage constraints. Typically, it uses the card for loading music, podcasts, and photos.Thanks for the nice post. Thanks.

  7. id plates
    November 12, 16:37 Reply

    I think it is a comfortable price to go for Dane-Elec 16GB microSDHC Card as the 16GB card sells for $39.95 in the AndroidGuys store. Thanks.

  8. product and development
    April 14, 19:03 Reply

    It is not only the android users, but also all others who demand more storage for different purposes. While many phones come with 2-4GB microSD cards, a lot of you opt to replace it right of the bat. However, it is different with this one.

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