Toshiba MicroSD 64GB Exceria Pro (R95 / W80) with adaptor

Toshiba MicroSD 64GB Exceria Pro  (R95 / W80) with adaptor
Brand: Toshiba
Product Code: TOSmicroExProU3X095e46
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Price: US$49.98
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Brand new and genuine item in original manufacturer's packing

Speed Class 3 (U3)

Ideal for cameras, mobile phones, tablets, eBooks

Delivers fast read speed up to 95 MB/s, 80MB/s for write speed

Now you can shoot your special moments in 4K or Full HD with your smallest devices. That's because the EXCERIA PRO™ microSD™ card series supports UHS I speed class U3 for 4K video recording and playback.

With read speeds of up to 95 MB/s and write speeds of up to 80 MB/s, you can keep up with the action around you. When you’re done shooting, you’ll enjoy ultra-fast file transfer.

The high performance and small size makes the EXCERIA PRO™ microSD™ card series the perfect choice for sports and action cameras.

Since the cards were specifically designed for outdoor video recording and photography, we made sure they will perform under extreme conditions. That’s why they are shockproof and waterproof.

No worries at the airport security check or at your sunny vacation destination. The cards are x-ray proof to protect your precious memories.

Adding a microSD™ card lets you store more of your favourite media. For example, with 64 GB you can store 960 minutes of video, 15,250 photos or 480 hours of music – all in high quality.

Sustained Sequential performance : 10MB/s

Color: White

Dimensions: 15 mm (L) x 11 mm (W) x 1.0 mm (H)

Interface: microSDHC™/ microSDXC™, UHS-I

Weight: Approx. 0.4 g

Lifetime warranty

The "Speed" is specified by manufacturer by using its own optimal testing environment. (However, actual performance will be varied with different environment of individual device.)

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