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Toshiba 64GB EXCERIA U3 (V30) 90MB/s Micro SDXC card £12.99 @ Base
Toshiba 64GB EXCERIA U3 (V30) 90MB/s Micro SDXC card £12.99 @ Base

Toshiba 64GB EXCERIA U3 (V30) 90MB/s Micro SDXC card £12.99 @ Base

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A Toshiba EXCERIA M302 is the microSD card you need if you want to record 4K or Full HD videos on your smartphone, tablet or sports camera.

SDHC/SDXC, UHS-I
UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)*
Class 10

Min Speed 30 MB/s
Max Speed 90 MB/s

Includes SD card adaptor
Warranty: 5 years

14 Comments

what's the write speed on this

Original Poster

cikki100

what's the write speed on this


Minimum 30MB/s

I bought one of these last week.

Tested using h2testw

Write speed 30.8mb/s, read speed 69.8mb/s

Heat added. delivery to Ireland was only 1.29 extra, i've been waiting for a u3 card with cheap shipping for a while to use as adoptable storage in my galaxy s7. Thanks OP!

anyone know if this will work on Samsung note 3 ?
thanks

Original Poster

nasir_glasgow

anyone know if this will work on Samsung note 3 ?thanks


It should definitely work, some people have reported 128GB and 200GB working on the Samsung Galaxy Note III

Alvie

It should definitely work, some people have reported 128GB and 200GB … It should definitely work, some people have reported 128GB and 200GB working on the Samsung Galaxy Note III


thanks m8, orderd

Mine showed 16gb on the 64gb card and speeds were no where near quoted speeds

WAWG

Mine showed 16gb on the 64gb card and speeds were no where near quoted … Mine showed 16gb on the 64gb card and speeds were no where near quoted speeds


If I understood that comment correctly then you've been sold a fake card. It's quite common with micro sd apparently, although i've never experienced it personally. You should be covered under warranty, where did you buy it?

nasir_glasgow

anyone know if this will work on Samsung note 3 ?thanks


My 128GB does.

U won't get full speed as the Notes not up to it.
Edited by: "png666" 30th Oct 2016

Dar22

If I understood that comment correctly then you've been sold a fake card. … If I understood that comment correctly then you've been sold a fake card. It's quite common with micro sd apparently, although i've never experienced it personally. You should be covered under warranty, where did you buy it?



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Tested (on a Surface Pro 4):
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: 71.7 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
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