Toshiba Exceria 64GB Micro SD Memory Card U3 - 90 MB/s - 4K £13.99 [oos but orderable] @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Toshiba Exceria 64GB Micro SD Memory Card U3 - 90 MB/s - 4K £13.99 [oos but orderable] @ Amazon

£13.99 @ Amazon
At the moment probably the best price for Micro SD 64gb / U3. Read More
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At the moment probably the best price for Micro SD 64gb / U3.
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#1
https://s23.postimg.org/c4051dde3/2017_01_01_13_03_08.png
#2
I'm on the lookout for a cheap 128GB for my 4K setup.
#3
MazingerZ
I'm on the lookout for a cheap 128GB for my 4K setup.
So do I but that's a £30 ish at the moment for decent card
#4
Ordered one of these yesterday for a new dash cam and thought I'd paid more so went back in to cancel to find I had paid the same price. X)
#5
Does anyone know what card spec I should look for? I've got a Sony 4K cam that does 100mbit bitrate max.
#6
MazingerZ
Does anyone know what card spec I should look for? I've got a Sony 4K cam that does 100mbit bitrate max.
Hello there, without knowing the type of camera you have I think the following info should help you.

SD Card Speed Class and Sony blog on using correct 4k card .

So in a nutshell it should be SDXC and U3.
#7
OperaUK
MazingerZ
Does anyone know what card spec I should look for? I've got a Sony 4K cam that does 100mbit bitrate max.
Hello there, without knowing the type of camera you have I think the following info should help you.SD Card Speed Class and Sony blog on using correct 4k card .
So in a nutshell it should be SDXC and U3.
Hey thanks for the help, I've got a Sony AX-33 Handycam, I have options to record XAVC S.

Edited By: MazingerZ on Jan 01, 2017 16:29
#8
Seems really cheap for a U3 card but has anyone had any experience with Toshiba's cards? Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies, but if these have a good reputation I'd give them a go.
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woldranger
Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies . . .

Onkyo, anyone?
1 Like #10
woldranger
Seems really cheap for a U3 card but has anyone had any experience with Toshiba's cards? Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies, but if these have a good reputation I'd give them a go.

I assume you include SanDisk as one of the brands, because these cards are a joint venture between SanDisk and Toshiba, not had any issues with one of these cards and it performs at it's stated rating with the correct hardware.
#11
4Real2016
woldranger
Seems really cheap for a U3 card but has anyone had any experience with Toshiba's cards? Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies, but if these have a good reputation I'd give them a go.
I assume you include SanDisk as one of the brands, because these cards are a joint venture between SanDisk and Toshiba, not had any issues with one of these cards and it performs at it's stated rating with the correct hardware.
have you been googling again son? do you mean this specific card is now made by a hand holding sandisk and toshiba partnership or are you irrelevantly talking about over 25 years ago and the creation of the SD card itself?
#12
brilly
4Real2016
woldranger
Seems really cheap for a U3 card but has anyone had any experience with Toshiba's cards? Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies, but if these have a good reputation I'd give them a go.
I assume you include SanDisk as one of the brands, because these cards are a joint venture between SanDisk and Toshiba, not had any issues with one of these cards and it performs at it's stated rating with the correct hardware.
have you been googling again son? do you mean this specific card is now made by a hand holding sandisk and toshiba partnership or are you irrelevantly talking about over 25 years ago and the creation of the SD card itself?

SanDisk and Toshiba have jointly been developing and manufacturing NAND Flash since 1999.
#13
woldranger
Seems really cheap for a U3 card but has anyone had any experience with Toshiba's cards? Normally I try to stick to "branded" cards from the main companies, but if these have a good reputation I'd give them a go.
Toshiba is the strongest brand in memory market. Even Ipod's back in the day were possible only because Toshiba introduced slim, small HDD.
#14
Thanks. Ordered two cards, paid £28,71 with postage, dispatched today.
2 Likes #15
Arrived today - As expected, the Toshiba outperforms the SanDisk Ultra.
The Toshiba is confirmed as U3 compliant.
http://i.imgur.com/2cftEZD.png
Toshiba Surface Test
Warning: Only 59079 of 59080 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 30.2 MByte/s
Reading speed: 67.0 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
#16
Not compatible with Samsung Galaxy S7.

Just returned one Today - check 1 star reviews on Amazon.
#17
johny_lbn
Not compatible with Samsung Galaxy S7.

Just returned one Today - check 1 star reviews on Amazon.



my s7 edge is fine with it, just arrived yesterday
#18
johny_lbn
Not compatible with Samsung Galaxy S7.
Just returned one Today - check 1 star reviews on Amazon.

Are you actually aware that it will NEVER be 128GB? Read up on it. You most likely returned a perfectly working card...
#19
johny_lbn
Not compatible with Samsung Galaxy S7.

Just returned one Today - check 1 star reviews on Amazon.



They use 1000 MB for 1 GB instead of 1024 MB like HD manufacturers. So at that size you are 1500 MB short anyway.
#20
should do nicely in my new go pro!
#21
On my S7 64Gb card stopped responding after about 5 minutes, while copying files with File Manager
- card formatted under android, still shows as corrupt
- popped it into PC with supplied adaptor - works fine, written around 50 gb to it - no issues
- card works fine again in the phone - Success! - went to bed, in the morning - unable to see any files on the card, unable to format card, card shows as being nearly full
- connected back to PC and formatted
- card gets corrupted in the phone again within minutes

I'll say it's incompatible with S7.
#22
That's the read speed. What's the write speed
#23
Have one in a gopro and another in a phantom 4, both are working without issue at 4k.
Bought prior to Xmas at this price, don't think they've changed since.
#24
Mandroid578
That's the read speed. What's the write speed

Hint: look at the red bars and the words under the chart that say "Writing speed: 30.2 MByte/s".
#25
Mine was delivered today.
#26
Mine was delivered Today just tested versus a Samsung Evo 32gb
very rough approx toshiba 40mb/s read 25mb/s write
samsung 20 read 16 max write , 12 average
tested on internal card slot on Asus Laptop... Good enough for me.
Altho crystal disk mark had them round the opposite way..
#27
GwanGy
Mine was delivered Today just tested versus a Samsung Evo 32gb
very rough approx toshiba 40mb/s read 25mb/s write
samsung 20 read 16 max write , 12 average
tested on internal card slot on Asus Laptop... Good enough for me.
Altho crystal disk mark had them round the opposite way..
These cards are awful for 4k rand read/writes which is what matters for apps etc, if it's just for media storage it's fine, for something like a phone (with app data) or a raspberry pi or android box it's absolutely awful, the Samsung's are some of the best for this. Crystaldiskmark should give you the 4k read/write speeds.
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Its for use in a camera so works fine for that, good midrange sequentials... solid 19MB/s a sec from camera to Computer via USB3 (22gb inc 2 x10gb video)
#29
GwanGy
Its for use in a camera so works fine for that, good midrange sequentials... solid 19MB/s a sec from camera to Computer via USB3 (22gb inc 2 x10gb video)

Not bad but this is my Samsung Evo 64GB, which at the time was a little cheaper than this deal but isn't anymore).

http://i926.photobucket.com/albums/ad103/dcxbadass/64gb-evo_zpsxd3w9aok.jpg

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