[access-uk] Re: memory cards

  • From: Mike Ray <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2017 11:12:43 +0100

Hello David

The class of the card is a measure of it's speed. Primarily write speed.
The higher the class, the faster the card.

In reaility the use of the card in a Victor Reader Stream means it will
be used for reads more than writes and the higher class numbers, like
class 10, are really only necessary for things like recording video,
which require a faster card.

My personal preference for makers is Sandisk.

Mike


On 02/09/2017 10:11, David Russelll (Redacted sender david.russell8 for
DMARC) wrote:

Hi

I wish to purchase a 64gb memory card for use in my Victor Reader Stream
second generation.  Does anyone have any recommendations as to manufacturer
or whether I need a class ten or lower class number for optimum speed.  Not
entirely sure what the class number means.

Any help would be appreciated.


David

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