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Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K UHS-I at Amazon for £14.99 (Prime or add £1.99)

£14.99 @ Amazon
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£13,99
#2
I paid £13.99 last week on Amazon. I think it should drop again, my Moto g plus did not like it ,said it was slow! and I should consider a faster card.
#3
suparuss
I paid £13.99 last week on Amazon. I think it should drop again, my Moto g plus did not like it ,said it was slow! and I should consider a faster card.

Sounds a bit odd, have you tried using any benchmark tools to verify the card speeds?
(I'm looking for a 64 or 128gb for my Moto G4 and was considering Toshiba).
#4
suparuss
I paid £13.99 last week on Amazon. I think it should drop again, my Moto g plus did not like it ,said it was slow! and I should consider a faster card.

Strange. Using this in my Oppo and it records 4k with no problem.
1 Like #5
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors
#6
suparuss
I paid £13.99 last week on Amazon. I think it should drop again, my Moto g plus did not like it ,said it was slow! and I should consider a faster card.
Yeah that's not normal. Perhaps you got the older model? I heard the 2015 model sucks.
#7
Publix
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors

Your text here
£33 SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Lifetime warranty from SanDisc. Longtime performance.
Definitelly my LUMIX GX80 will not like the Toshiba, when recording sports videos on 4K
#8
benasipro
Publix
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors
Your text here
£33 SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Lifetime warranty from SanDisc. Longtime performance.
Definitelly my LUMIX GX80 will not like the Toshiba, when recording sports videos on 4K
That's an SD card rather than Micro SD. The Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB microSDXC is £26.99 at Amazon just now, but at that price it's the most expensive it's been for a while...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01HXR51DI/

Edited By: AndySX on Jan 11, 2017 19:29
#9
benasipro
Publix
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors
Your text here
£33 SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Lifetime warranty from SanDisc. Longtime performance.
Definitelly my LUMIX GX80 will not like the Toshiba, when recording sports videos on 4K
Why is that? Have you tried it?
#10
I ordered one last week for 13.99. the read speed is ok but write is less than 30, mine averaged about 18 mbps
#11
woldranger
benasipro
Publix
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors
Your text here
£33 SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Lifetime warranty from SanDisc. Longtime performance.
Definitelly my LUMIX GX80 will not like the Toshiba, when recording sports videos on 4K
Why is that? Have you tried it?

From the camera forums I read, if the writing speed is not the maximum, the camera buffer stuck got full after 7-8 sec, if you shooting action pictures on 4K, and camera stopping taking pictures.
#12
benasipro
woldranger
benasipro
Publix
It is odd.
I just added my test results (post #15) on the previous post for this card.
The Toshiba card outperforms the SanDisk Ultra
The Toshiba card is U3 compliant.
The Toshiba card capacity tested H2testw v1.4 without errors
Your text here
£33 SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Lifetime warranty from SanDisc. Longtime performance.
Definitelly my LUMIX GX80 will not like the Toshiba, when recording sports videos on 4K
Why is that? Have you tried it?
From the camera forums I read, if the writing speed is not the maximum, the camera buffer stuck got full after 7-8 sec, if you shooting action pictures on 4K, and camera stopping taking pictures.
What is the "maximum" speed that you're referring to? I know there are minimum speeds, but I've never heard anyone reference a maximum. Link to the forum thread perhaps?
#13
Anyone else only showing 57GB storage on the card (with 385kb used?)
#14
Ditto a few others, I paid £1 less for this last week...
#15
got mine today - I bought it with the 5boxs of choc weetabix to get the free delivery (came to about £21) as I could not find one cheaper anywhere else - thanks OP
#16
Thanks just ordered back at £13.99
#17
I am confused with this listing it as a deal at £14.99, given that it is actually £13.99 and it has always been £13.99 except when it dropped to £13.55

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01EAKAW44/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Edited By: cmoi on Jan 12, 2017 13:26
#18
got one yesterday and its extremely disappointing! only reads at 30mbs in my smart platinum 7
#19
Hot
#20
DS5
Anyone else only showing 57GB storage on the card (with 385kb used?)


odd - should be about 59.9gb - are you using as "adopted storage" with Android 6?
#21
hi as any1 had 1 of these b4 cos ive bought a samsung 1 and a sandisk and theyve both packed in after a month lost all data on them?
#22
lgreg81
hi as any1 had 1 of these b4 cos ive bought a samsung 1 and a sandisk and theyve both packed in after a month lost all data on them?

wts wv d abrvtd txt spk?
#23
bought one on Tuesday for £13.99. Using a USB2 adapter i got 18mb read and 18mb write which is way off what they quoted. I couldnt be bothered to return it as using in a rapsberry pi 3 for retropie and works fine for what i need.
#24
pitbullmern
bought one on Tuesday for £13.99. Using a USB2 adapter i got 18mb read and 18mb write which is way off what they quoted. I couldnt be bothered to return it as using in a rapsberry pi 3 for retropie and works fine for what i need.

Weird I did exactly the same and literally just finished writing the image to it with Win32Diskimager @ a round 30MB/s.
#25
ElGato
pitbullmern
bought one on Tuesday for £13.99. Using a USB2 adapter i got 18mb read and 18mb write which is way off what they quoted. I couldnt be bothered to return it as using in a rapsberry pi 3 for retropie and works fine for what i need.
Weird I did exactly the same and literally just finished writing the image to it with Win32Diskimager @ a round 30MB/s.

It's probably the **** poundland adapter. Either way the card,works and does what I want it to do :)

Edited By: pitbullmern on Jan 14, 2017 08:58
#26
pitbullmern
ElGato
pitbullmern
bought one on Tuesday for £13.99. Using a USB2 adapter i got 18mb read and 18mb write which is way off what they quoted. I couldnt be bothered to return it as using in a rapsberry pi 3 for retropie and works fine for what i need.
Weird I did exactly the same and literally just finished writing the image to it with Win32Diskimager @ a round 30MB/s.
It's probably the **** poundland adapter. Either way the card,works and does what I want it to do :)
Have you tried dropping to the terminal and testing the read/write speeds you're getting on the Raspberry Pi?
#27
pitbullmern
ElGato
pitbullmern
bought one on Tuesday for £13.99. Using a USB2 adapter i got 18mb read and 18mb write which is way off what they quoted. I couldnt be bothered to return it as using in a rapsberry pi 3 for retropie and works fine for what i need.
Weird I did exactly the same and literally just finished writing the image to it with Win32Diskimager @ a round 30MB/s.
It's probably the **** poundland adapter. Either way the card,works and does what I want it to do :)

Most likely, I did a read test as well using Win32DiskImager out of curiosity and got IRO 80MB/s. Working well in the PiCade.

Not tried speed tests on Pi yet.

Edited By: ElGato on Jan 14, 2017 13:15
#28
I have just tested it. I have set my 4K camera to record 100mbps via XAVC S (4K at 100mbps).

Works perfectly no issues..
#29
I coincidentally bought one without seeing this post for 13.99, and my P9 is much happier with it than my previous SanDisk 16GB tripe, no slow card gripes or anything. I wonder if Amazon have, perhaps inadvertently, fulfilled some orders with the previous iteration?
#30
CharlieBravo
I coincidentally bought one without seeing this post for 13.99, and my P9 is much happier with it than my previous SanDisk 16GB tripe, no slow card gripes or anything. I wonder if Amazon have, perhaps inadvertently, fulfilled some orders with the previous iteration?
Highly possible. Not sure how their warehouse works, but I'm positive they have mess things up by the minute.

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