Toshiba Exceria 64GB MicroSDXC Card Class 10 with SD Adapter £9.99 @ base
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Toshiba Exceria 64GB MicroSDXC Card Class 10 with SD Adapter £9.99 @ base

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Found 4th Sep 2016Made hot 4th Sep 2016
ah yeah

Edit: Yes it's faster than slower cards and slower than faster cards.

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Ordered thanks!

This is the m301 model 48mbps - it's the new version m302 that's up to 90 mbps

I bought the U3 version of this card to expand my 8g Moto G3 memory. Used as phone memory it works really well. I did try a U1 and it wasn't fast enough. Terrible lag.

Andi Keane

This is the m301 model 48mbps - it's the new version m301 that's up to … This is the m301 model 48mbps - it's the new version m301 that's up to 90 mbps

So shall I get the m301 or the m301 then??

:-)

ptgrav

I bought the U3 version of this card to expand my 8g Moto G3 memory. Used … I bought the U3 version of this card to expand my 8g Moto G3 memory. Used as phone memory it works really well. I did try a U1 and it wasn't fast enough. Terrible lag.



​Did you get the 64gb one..? The expansion capacity for the moto is supposed to be 32gb I think but would like to add quite a bit more... thanks :-)

Andi Keane

This is the m301 model 48mbps - it's the new version m301 that's up to … This is the m301 model 48mbps - it's the new version m301 that's up to 90 mbps


Eh?!

Banned

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Original Poster

Works great on my s7 edge

UncleStan

So shall I get the m301 or the m301 then??:-)


I myself would opt for the m301 one as it probably has m301 transfer speeds.

Cheers op, ordered, can use it in my tablet

UncleStan

So shall I get the m301 or the m301 then??:-)



Sorry! Auto correct fail! Ha ha sorted now

would this work on Samsung A5

£12.99 for the m302 version
Same Site
Edited by: "The-Stranger" 4th Sep 2016

Cheers op.

I don't understand how these Toshiba Cards are so cheap. The same store sells lower spec SanDisk for more. Its the same pretty much with all online stores. Would be interesting to know why.

PoserDude

I don't understand how these Toshiba Cards are so cheap. The same store … I don't understand how these Toshiba Cards are so cheap. The same store sells lower spec SanDisk for more. Its the same pretty much with all online stores. Would be interesting to know why.


end of line I guess "clearance" stock

theres an offer on for 2 for £18.99
base.com/buy…htm

ptgrav

I bought the U3 version of this card to expand my 8g Moto G3 memory. Used … I bought the U3 version of this card to expand my 8g Moto G3 memory. Used as phone memory it works really well. I did try a U1 and it wasn't fast enough. Terrible lag.


Yes, I was wondering why the U1 version is labeled "Exceria" - after all the specs are distinctly average to sub-standard. I don't think you can even buy a card much slower than this one.

Thanks OP got two

MrPuddington

Yes, I was wondering why the U1 version is labeled "Exceria" - after all … Yes, I was wondering why the U1 version is labeled "Exceria" - after all the specs are distinctly average to sub-standard. I don't think you can even buy a card much slower than this one.


Seems alot of folks are happy with it and for the price its good, no?

I bought these last time on offer but neither would load retropie on a pi zero:(
gutted as really cheap!

lpoolm

I bought these last time on offer but neither would load retropie on a pi … I bought these last time on offer but neither would load retropie on a pi zero:(gutted as really cheap!


it didnt work with noobs either

price is ok.

But really slow card.

Write speed 9 to 10 MB/s, just around C10.


The U3 version has 30MB/s write speed which just reached U3 speed. I have the 120GB U3 version.

Edited by: "huangxq2" 4th Sep 2016

not very good
https://s22.postimg.org/q6ruoj4s1/Untitled.jpg

Banned

Ordered, cheers.

j0sentina

not very good


Is this the U1? And what's the difference between the green and red lines? Read/Write? Any chance of the same chart for the U3?

I just ordered the U3 64GB.

thanks

gw3gon

I myself would opt for the m301 one as it probably has m301 transfer … I myself would opt for the m301 one as it probably has m301 transfer speeds.

Thanks for that! I couldnt make up my mind such a tough call but in the end just went for the m301 as seemed to be for the best...

:-)

UncleStan

Thanks for that! I couldnt make up my mind such a tough call but in the … Thanks for that! I couldnt make up my mind such a tough call but in the end just went for the m301 as seemed to be for the best...:-)

Which one did everyone else get???

nmsconsultoria

Is this the U1? And what's the difference between the green and red … Is this the U1? And what's the difference between the green and red lines? Read/Write? Any chance of the same chart for the U3?I just ordered the U3 64GB.


green - read
red - wrirte

u3 will get around 20MB/s write

any deals on 8 gb cards

to slow, u3 cards are worth their money

rambobambo

any deals on 8 gb cards



​just buy thia

Note, the 2016 m302 U3 cards are good value for 4k recording for a camera etc. However not recommended for app use, e.g. in an Nvidia shield, phone etc. as the 4k file performance is poor.
These are good for reading/writing linear data - like recording. Not for small file random access.

Note I've not used one, but was looking into cards and that seems to the case based on other people's feedback and performance measurements.

You can get the 128gb U3 card for £25 from mymemory last time I checked

For random access, Samsung cards are a good bet, or the new Sandisk extreme plus I got from PCworld (£50 for 128GB).

pcadvisor.co.uk/tes…45/
Edited by: "Shinoke" 5th Sep 2016

Shinoke

Note, the 2016 m302 U3 cards are good value for 4k recording for a camera … Note, the 2016 m302 U3 cards are good value for 4k recording for a camera etc. However not recommended for app use, e.g. in an Nvidia shield, phone etc. as the 4k file performance is poor.These are good for reading/writing linear data - like recording. Not for small file random access.Note I've not used one, but was looking into cards and that seems to the case based on other people's feedback and performance measurements.You can get the 128gb U3 card for £25 from mymemory last time I checkedFor random access, Samsung cards are a good bet, or the new Sandisk extreme plus I got from PCworld (£50 for 128GB).http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-3640745/




Both Toshiba U1 and U3 do not have good random speeds.

Sandisk Extreme has good random and sequential speeds. I do not have Extreme plus.


If you are just using the card to store photos or movies as me, the random speed is not important.


nmsconsultoria

Is this the U1? And what's the difference between the green and red … Is this the U1? And what's the difference between the green and red lines? Read/Write? Any chance of the same chart for the U3?I just ordered the U3 64GB.




Toshiba U1 128GB
http://i63.tinypic.com/16kc8yc.jpg


Toshiba U3 128GB
http://i67.tinypic.com/2n0so6p.jpg




Sandisk Extreme U3 64GB
http://i67.tinypic.com/2mhdlp2.png


Edited by: "huangxq2" 5th Sep 2016

j0sentina

not very good [IMAGE REMOVED FOR READABILITY]



My64GB U1 performed very similarly to your 128GB U1, albeit slightly better in reading speed.

Model: SDXC Card
Vendor: Toshiba
Product: Exceria 64GB MicroSDXC Card Class 10 UHS-I vs 128GB UHS-I
Revision: 1.00
File system: exFAT
Size: 59051 MB vs 122103MB
Read speed: 25.75 MB/s vs 21.10 MB/s
Write speed: 10.49 MB/s vs 10.35 MB/s

Full online reports: 64GB U1 vs 128GB U1

lpoolm

I bought these last time on offer but neither would load retropie on a pi … I bought these last time on offer but neither would load retropie on a pi zero:(gutted as really cheap!



It must be a Pi Zero issue I guess. I have used the Toshiba Exceria microSD 64GB card, both models U1 & U3, in a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian and Retropie without any issues. I have not tried Noobs or BerryBoot in them yet, however I had them both working well in a Toshiba Exceria microSD 8GB card when I tried.

By the way... those using these cards (or other makes for that matter) in a Raspberry Pi model, can overclock the MicroSD Card reader as per this blog for a better performance.







Edited by: "wakaru" 6th Sep 2016
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