What Is the Difference between Class 2 and Class 4 Micro SD Cards?

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The difference between the class 2 and the class 4 micro sd cards, are only the form factor size, the number of pins, and the write protect switch. You can find more information here: http://www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq/
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Class two and class four microSD cards offer different data transfer rates, according to the Toshiba website. A class two card has a minimum transfer speed of 2 MB per second and
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The class I think only refers to the speed in which you transfer data to and from the card when connecting to your computer. class 6 is supposed to be the best and they are the most
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The class numbers indicate the speed of data
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The difference in the classing is for speed. The higher the class- the faster the document transfer speed and vice versa.
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