Toshiba 64GB HS Professional UHS-1 SDXC [Class 10] Card £13.97 @ Ebuyer
Toshiba 64GB HS Professional UHS-1 SDXC [Class 10]  Card £13.97 @ Ebuyer

Toshiba 64GB HS Professional UHS-1 SDXC [Class 10] Card £13.97 @ Ebuyer

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£13.97 seems a decent price for this card, certainly better than previous offers, assuming you're not wanting micro + adapter - Delivery is free, which is always a Brucey bonus.

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Fast Speed to Capture Your Photos and Reduce Upload Time

The Toshiba High Speed Professional UHS-I Series adds extra memory to your device and offers a read speed of up to 30MB/s so that you can transfer and upload files faster.

With the Toshiba write-protect feature, you can prevent accidental overwrites.
5 Year Warranty

Engineered to Toshiba's famously high quality standards, the Toshiba SD Memory Cards are backed by a solid five-year limited standard warranty.
Capacity - 64GB
Connector Pins - 9 pins
Interface - SD Memory Card standard compatible
Speed Class - 10
Read Speed 30 MB/s **
Power Consumption - 60 - 80 mA (Typ)
Dimensions - 32.0 mm (L) x 24.0 mm (W) x 2.1 mm (H)
Weight - approx 2g
Operating Temperature - -25°C to +55°C (Recommended)
Storage Temperature - -20°C to +65°C (Recommended)
Operational and Storage Humidity - 30% to 85% (No Condensation)


Its a decent price for an SD Card actually, considering usually SD Cards with half this Performance regularly tops this price? (though Micro-SD Card's with Adapters on the otherhand rarely used to, but, such is life?).

Most things are Micro-SD's now anyway?, other than DSLR's and/or Digital Video Camera's, etc (all of which aren't always used again by the majority of people as Smart Phones are mostly used now).

Slightly off-topic again, but ...

It's also a shame all those £11-£13 64GB Micro-SD Card + Adapter Deals floating about alllll over the place last year have like disappeared down the toilet now?. :-(

It's all good though. :-)

These cards really are showing their age now - "professional"? A standard class 10 UHS-1 card is as fast as most people will need, but using that label is a bit strong! I'm sure it's just some marketing bumf but I bought one of their UHS-3 cards and there's no "pro" or "high speed", just the numbers that speak for themselves:)

Out of stock now i think
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