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Toshiba Exceria 64GB MicroSDXC Class 10 with SD Adapter £10.99 @ base.com

£10.99 @ Base.com
Ideal for full HD Due to ultra-fast read speeds and large capacity, the Exceria microSD card series is designed for Full HD video recording and rapid image capture. Adventure calling Very sm… Read More
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Ideal for full HD

Due to ultra-fast read speeds and large capacity, the Exceria microSD card series is designed for Full HD video recording and rapid image capture.

Adventure calling

Very small, the series is ideal for owners of smartphones, tablets and sports and action cameras who are serious about their videos and photography.

Works under tough conditions

Since the cards were designed for outdoor video recording and photography, it is made sure they will perform under any conditions. That's why they are shockproof and waterproof.

Catch some rays

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

Store more media

Adding a microSD card lets you store more of your favourite media

Quality you can trust

Toshiba is the inventor of flash memory and has a well-earned worldwide reputation for producing high quality technology.

£12.99 as of 12/11/16 1:00pm
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It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
#2
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes £2 more from Base.
#3
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.

Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)
1 Like #4
QuickProfits
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)

Just pointing it out so people know and can make the correct choice.

Its still an old card compared against newer U1 cards which have 80MB read speads.

You wouldn't want to use a card that has 48MB read speed for adoptable storage in Marshmallow.
#5
Derek_Duval
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes £2 more from Base.
Post it :) Seems like a better idea to get that. I did.


Edited By: QuickProfits on Oct 20, 2016 12:57
1 Like #6
4Real2016
QuickProfits
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)
Just pointing it out so people know and can make the correct choice.

Its still an old card compared against newer U1 cards which have 80MB read speads.

You wouldn't want to use a card that has 48MB read speed for adoptable storage in Marshmallow.

i guess it makes a lot of sense to pay the extra £2 for the U3.

Edited By: QuickProfits on Oct 20, 2016 12:59
#7
Derek_Duval
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes £2 more from Base.
£12.79 from picstop
#8
Seems a good deal...Have filled up my 64gb on my fiio player too quick, so I need a 128gb. I'll wait for much cheapness.

Defo Hot for this though.
#9
Is it just me that read Toshiba Excreta when first seeing this post?
1 Like #10
Two pack for £19.99
#11
4Real2016
QuickProfits
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)

Just pointing it out so people know and can make the correct choice.

Its still an old card compared against newer U1 cards which have 80MB read speads.

You wouldn't want to use a card that has 48MB read speed for adoptable storage in Marshmallow.



I don't understand this. Am I looking for a better U1 or are all U3 better than U1?
#12
neik
4Real2016
QuickProfits
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)
Just pointing it out so people know and can make the correct choice.
Its still an old card compared against newer U1 cards which have 80MB read speads.
You wouldn't want to use a card that has 48MB read speed for adoptable storage in Marshmallow.
I don't understand this. Am I looking for a better U1 or are all U3 better than U1?

Older U1 cards had read speeds of 48MB/s, the newer U1 cards have read speeds of 80MB/s

This really doesn't have anything to do with the U rating (Ultra High Speed) though, the U rating means they need comply with minimum write speeds

U1 minimum write speed 10MB/s
U3 minimum write speed 30MB/s

Old U1 cards

10MB/s write 48MB/s read

New U1 cards

10MB/s write 80MB/s read

U3 cards

30MB/s write and 90MB/s read
#13
4Real2016
neik
4Real2016
QuickProfits
4Real2016
It's the old U1 card with 48MB read speeds, you can get the new U3 card for a few pound more, 90MB read and 30MB write.
Yes the u3 is good for 4K. This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using (although I think a lot of people are going to just put this in their phone or tablet and forget about it)
Just pointing it out so people know and can make the correct choice.
Its still an old card compared against newer U1 cards which have 80MB read speads.
You wouldn't want to use a card that has 48MB read speed for adoptable storage in Marshmallow.
I don't understand this. Am I looking for a better U1 or are all U3 better than U1?

Older U1 cards had read speeds of 48MB/s, the newer U1 cards have read speeds of 80MB/s

This really doesn't have anything to do with the U rating (Ultra High Speed) though, the U rating means they need comply with minimum write speeds

U1 minimum write speed 10MB/s
U3 minimum write speed 30MB/s

Old U1 cards

10MB/s write 48MB/s read

New U1 cards

10MB/s write 80MB/s read

U3 cards

30MB/s write and 90MB/s read


Thanks. Much clearer now.
#14
Joe90_guy
Is it just me that read Toshiba Excreta when first seeing this post?

It's just you. Either that or your 840m laptop screen is malfunctioning.
#15
QuickProfits
This card is fine for full HD 1080p which is what most people are using

Depends what bit rate you're using for the video. On something like Open Camera, bit rate is user selectable. For a detailed moving scene, I go up to 30MB/s. I'd rather have a detailed original source and compress in post production rather than have a low bit rate to begin with as little to work with.

https://cdn2.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/slideshow/3640745/best_microsd_cards-video_speed_class.jpg

The Toshiba U1 card in this thread is pretty slow. Personally, I'd get something else at this pricepoint eg. Lexar Pro microSDXC 633x.

Joe90_guy will probably like the Toshiba card though as it's slow old tech.

http://i.imgur.com/EsFHegY.png




Edited By: Picard123 on Oct 27, 2016 10:18: .

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