Toshiba Exceria M301 128GB microSDXC 48MB/s Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card - £29.99 @ mobymemory
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Toshiba Exceria M301 128GB microSDXC 48MB/s Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card - £29.99 @ mobymemory

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Found 14th Mar 2016
I have just bought the new galaxy s7 edge and was looking for a big micro sd card.

I found this 128gb class 10 one for a very good price....
£29.99 from mobymemory.
Product comes with FIVE year warranty.

Not sure what else to say.
Hope this helps someone else.

Highlights

Line-up from 8GB to 128GB Capacity
Read Speed: Up to 48 MB/s
Shock-proof
Temperature-proof
X-ray Proof
5 Years Warranty
Up to 128GB to Capture and Carry with You

Record all your exciting moments with your smartphone or digital camera. With a huge capacity of up to 128GB you can keep all your pictures and Full-HD videos with you without having to delete some of your precious moments.

Capture Your Precious Moments

Great for enthusiastic photographers, the EXCERIA™ microSD™ M301 card series provides the ultra-fast speed and capacity you need to catch the perfect moments in Full-HD.

Secure Your Files

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.
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great deal...
anything at a similar price with a faster read/write?
I dont mind paying a couple of quid more
cheers.
keeps kicking me of the site

1p cheaper at Amazon.
And the write speed ?
polarbaba

great deal...anything at a similar price with a faster read/write?I dont … great deal...anything at a similar price with a faster read/write?I dont mind paying a couple of quid morecheers.


I picked up an integra ultima pro for £23.74 last night here
m.mymemory.co.uk/pro…107

Use discount code SAVOOD.

Not sure if this helps but hope it does.
BigOrkWaaagh

1p cheaper at Amazon.


I think it is back at £45+ now.
polarbaba

great deal...anything at a similar price with a faster read/write?I dont … great deal...anything at a similar price with a faster read/write?I dont mind paying a couple of quid morecheers.



Do not buy this model. Slow write. 10MB/S.

You can pick Integral at cheaper price and faster.

Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version 128GB quite often £30, write 20, read 82.


If do not mind 64GB, 7dayshop 64GB is £11, write 29, read 73.


Why people always find the bad options, and they do not know it?

Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
taras

And the write speed ?



10, slowest card in c10

Edited by: "huangxq2" 15th Mar 2016
huangxq2

Why people always find the bad options, and they do not know it?


obviously cos cheapest
brilly

obviously cos cheapest



Who said it is cheapest. It is more expensive and worst performance. It is just simply bad choice. People really do not know what they are paying for. Is it cheaper or better value than any of the 4 I listed below?

If can do with 64GB, go for 7dayshop at £11.

If want 128GB, wait for Samsung Evo or Sandisk Ultra 80MB/S version at £30. They are here very often.

If cannot wait, go for Integral 128GB at around £24.

Any of these cards are faster in both read and write compare to Exceria. For write, they could be 3 times fast. And they are not more expensive.



Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
huangxq2

Who said it is cheapest. It is more expensive and worst performance. It … Who said it is cheapest. It is more expensive and worst performance. It is just simply bad choice. People really do not know what they are paying for. Is it cheaper or better value than any of the 4 I listed below?If can do with 64GB, go for 7dayshop at £11.If want 128GB, wait for Samsung Evo or Sandisk Ultra 80MB/S version at £30. They are here very often.If cannot wait, go for Integral 128GB at around £24, faster too.


ah right, thought the integral was 64gb

would prefer toshiba brand to integral though

not seen samsung evo at 30quid, once at 33 in a lightning deal months ago
sandisk ultra seen a few times, but not right now? so...
Edited by: "brilly" 14th Mar 2016
brilly

ah right, thought the integral was 64gbwould prefer toshiba brand to … ah right, thought the integral was 64gbwould prefer toshiba brand to integral though



Just go with the 10MB/s card if you really want it. It is your money.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
Original Poster
huangxq2

Do not buy this model. Slow write. 10MB/S.You can pick Integral at … Do not buy this model. Slow write. 10MB/S.You can pick Integral at cheaper price and faster.Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version 128GB quite often £30, write 20, read 82.If do not mind 64GB, 7dayshop 64GB is £11, write 29, read 73.Why people always find the bad options, and they do not know it?



you are wrong, the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest, hence why it says slowest and fastest, the speed depends upon the equipment you are using.if you are using a camera that is top spec it will work at fastest speeds.
Ashamuk

you are wrong, the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and … you are wrong, the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest, hence why it says slowest and fastest, the speed depends upon the equipment you are using.if you are using a camera that is top spec it will work at fastest speeds.



No, you are wrong. Did you actually test the card?

People told me their test result, 10MB/s is its sequential write speed. It does not go faster in write.

I never talk about what is a minimum for c10. That does not mean much.


I have so many test results of different cards, you really do not need to tell me what c10, U1 or U3 means. I know where you are coming from, but you completely guess wrong of where I am coming from.


Those are the cards I have personally used and test except Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s. They are the max sequential read and write those cards could get: (

U1 Micro SD:

7dayshop C10 64GB, 29/73 MB/s. write/read.

Samsung Evo Plus 128GB 24/75 MB/s,

Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version: 20/82 MB/s

Samsung C10 64GB 20/43 MB/s.

Kingston C10 64GB, 15/42 MB/s.

Sandisk Ultra C10 64GB, 9 or 10/?? MB/s. Returned as not reached class 10 minimum speed.






U3 Micro cards speeds which I used:

Sandisk Extreme 64GB, 55/70 MB/s, write/read.

Lexar 633x UHS-I U1 64G (it is only U1, but have U3 performance), 47/93 MB/s.

Kingston 64GB, 74/93 MB/s.

Integral UltimaPro X MicroSD UHS-I U3 64G, 65/77 MB/s.

Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
huangxq2

Just go with 10MB/s card if you really want it. I cannot stop you and it … Just go with 10MB/s card if you really want it. I cannot stop you and it is your money anyway.


why assume i want to buy a slow card cos i reply to you?
silly assumptions
Original Poster
huangxq2

No, you are wrong. Did you actually test the card?People told me their … No, you are wrong. Did you actually test the card?People told me their test result, 10MB/s is its sequential write speed. It does not go fast in write.



i dont need to test, its pretty much common sense i thought. if u click on the link for the item, go onto the tech tab on the item,
it says slowest and fastest speeds the card writes and reads to and from, 10mb up to 48mb,
the speed is largely determined by the equipment, if u are using brand new equipment you are not going to get bottom end 10mb that you state.
With so many fakes around, I would only buy memory cards from respectable dealers and respectable manufacturers. This is neither. If you do buy it, make sure that you test it thoroughly (writing 120GB on it and checking that all of it reads back correctly).
Edited by: "MrPuddington" 14th Mar 2016
Ashamuk

i dont need to test, its pretty much common sense i thought. if u click … i dont need to test, its pretty much common sense i thought. if u click on the link for the item, go onto the tech tab on the item,it says slowest and fastest speeds the card writes and reads to and from, 10mb up to 48mb,the speed is largely determined by the equipment, if u are using brand new equipment you are not going to get bottom end 10mb that you state.



This card promise can have read max to 48MB/s. Do not get it wrong, read only, not write.That is where you got the wrong impression. The card did not promise a write speed.

It is classed as c10, it should have minimum read or write 10MB/s.

All above speeds are talking about sequential read and write.

random read and write speed are so much slower in every card, manufacturer do not give you indications or warranty of how fast are the random speeds.


Per test results:
This card has max write 10MB/s, Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s has max write 20MB/s, 7dayshop has max write 30MB/s.
How much simpler I have to lay out the facts for you to understand?


I think you do not understand much about the speeds. Test results means a lot more than statement, especially that this card did not state write speed, it was your mis-understanding of thinking the 48MB/s is to do with write speed as well as read. My test equipments can get to some U3 card to 74 write, 93 read.


Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
Original Poster
huangxq2

This card promise can have read max to 48MB/s. Do not get it wrong, read … This card promise can have read max to 48MB/s. Do not get it wrong, read only, not write.It is c10, it should have min read or write 10MB/s.All above speeds are talking about sequential read and write.This card has max write 10MB/s, Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s has max write 20MB/s, 7dayshop has max write 30MB/s.How much simpler I have to lay out the facts for you to understand?random read and write speed are so much slower in every card, manufacturer do not give you indications or warranty of how fast are the random speeds.



no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the slowest it would ever write at, toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site:

** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.
*1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.
*2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.
*3: Based on Toshiba's test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the file

toshiba-memory.com/cms…tml
brilly

why assume i want to buy a slow card cos i reply to you? silly assumptions



Because you keep arguing that this card is better. Seriously in what way?
If you want this particular card, that is just your choice. This card is a slower card and not cheaper, end of story.
Ashamuk

no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the … no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the slowest it would ever write at, toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site:** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.*1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.*2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.*3: Based on Toshiba's test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the filehttp://www.toshiba-memory.com/cms/en/products/microsd-cards/exceria/exceria-pro-m301-ea.html



Where does it say write speed up to 48MB/s?

It says "Read Speed: Up to 48 MB/s".

You just cannot listen. It states read speed up to 48MB/s. I fully acknowledge that.

Are you thinking read and write speeds are normally the same?
Ashamuk

no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the … no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the slowest it would ever write at, toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site:** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.*1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.*2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.*3: Based on Toshiba's test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the filehttp://www.toshiba-memory.com/cms/en/products/microsd-cards/exceria/exceria-pro-m301-ea.html



If you do not understand, stop argue, just listen to people who have more experience and actually tested this card, or you could buy this card, use or test it, and then tell me if it is any different.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
Original Poster
huangxq2

Where does it say write speed up to 48MB/s?It says "Read Speed: Up to 48 … Where does it say write speed up to 48MB/s?It says "Read Speed: Up to 48 MB/s".You just cannot listen. It states read speed up to 48MB/s. I fully acknowledge that.Are you thinking read and write speeds are normally the same?



i have not once stated that the write speed was 48mbp/s
where in my posts have i said this?
i simply said your comment that the write speed of 10 max is incorrect, when that is the slowest.
u need to go through what i said and not assume what u think i have said.
Ashamuk

no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the … no, your comment was the fastest it will write at is 10mbp/s, that is the slowest it would ever write at, toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site:** Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes you read and/or write.*1) For the purpose of calculating read/write speed in this context, 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes.*2: 1 MB per second is calculated as 1,000,000 bytes per second.*3: Based on Toshiba's test results. *Actual read and write speeds depend upon the device in use and the size of the filehttp://www.toshiba-memory.com/cms/en/products/microsd-cards/exceria/exceria-pro-m301-ea.html



Give you an example.

Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version,

the 80MB/s is promise its read up to 80.

It actually got highest read 82, but highest write only 20.

Do you got it now?

The same is true for this Toshiba, it only promise a read up to 40. It never promised write would be anywhere near 40.
Original Poster
huangxq2

Give you an example.Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version,the 80MB/s is promise … Give you an example.Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s version,the 80MB/s is promise its read up to 80.It actually got highest read 82, but highest write only 20.Do you got it now?The same is true for this Toshiba, it only promise a read up to 40. It never promised write would be anywhere near 40.



i never not got it, i never said it was 48 mb for write, u said i said that.
i simply said 10 is the lowest, u said its the max it offers when this is not the case.
I think the confusion is based around you saying:

"... the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest ..."

and again here:

"...toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site..."

So are you actually saying you mean it writes between 10mbps and 48mbps ? Or do you mean that 48mbps figure is a combination of read and write speeds ?

If so that's not the correct way to express card speeds, they should never be mixed like that as it's not a useful way to list card specifications.

If you didn't mean that and you are saying the write range is 10 - 48mbps - then please show us the link where it states that.

A quick check on Amazon seems to back up the 10mbps write speed maximum.

:-)

Edited by: "dantesfireplace" 14th Mar 2016
I just got the S7 Edge too, I sent the Samsung evo plus 64gb through flubit and got it for £14.44, figured Samsung sd card for a Samsung phone?

I don't personally need 128gb but if I do I'll just buy another later on, the evo plus is a very highly rated card

amazon link
Galaxy S7 with 200GB adoptable storage ... yeah!
iDealYou

Galaxy S7 with 200GB adoptable storage ... yeah!

>>> Thanks

I thought they'd disabled it but it seems not on a 'system' level:

modaco.com/new…32/

huangxq2

Because you keep arguing that this card is better. Seriously in what … Because you keep arguing that this card is better. Seriously in what way?If you want this particular card, that is just your choice. This card is a slower card and not cheaper, end of story.


no, i said i would prefer toshiba to integral as a brand
sure the performance may be lower but thats not the whole picture
Original Poster
brilly

no, i said i would prefer toshiba to integral as a brandsure the … no, i said i would prefer toshiba to integral as a brandsure the performance may be lower but thats not the whole picture



defo better for the brand, also u get 5 years warranty with the toshiba too.
HI do you have any 200gb speeds that you have tested ? and what would you recommend , out of the 128 and 200gb cards please

cheers

just found this if it helps anyone custompcreview.com/rev…/2/
Edited by: "REDBULL2K7" 14th Mar 2016
If the statements are throwing you, here is a graph to get an idea of the "averages". Ignore the SanDisk result, they used an old SanDisk card.

ephotozine.com/art…366

He was abit persistant but at the end of the day huangxq2 was actually right. Toshiba are a good brand for many things but they don't specialise in MicroSD cards, just like Polaroid are brand for Cameras, but produce horrific TV's. Transcend and SanDisk actually DO specialise in memory storage (HDD's/MicroSD etc) all far better than Toshibas products. Samsung do provide other products, but are ranked among them with Storage. If you need one now go right ahead because £30 is good, but the other linked alternatives are faster overall for similar prices.

You can use programs to test if your card is legit, I believe there is an app called "SD Insight" to test the legitimacy of your card. Just incase you're reluctant to buy from places like "MyMemory", they have actually been around for a while now. I've used them quite abit, and they haven't personally sent me a fake as of yet.

Honestly, if you're really headstrong just go ahead and buy your card. It won't ruin my day, and like I said its a good price if you need it right this second. I'm just here because I hate to see good help being shot down.

Edited by: "LeftResponse" 14th Mar 2016
People, please ignore OP's comment, he really do not know much in this area. He use his common sense to support his point that this card can write faster than 10MB/s. And do not take test results into account. OP, good luck with your common sense.


Per OP:
"you are wrong, the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest, hence why it says slowest and fastest, the speed depends upon the equipment you are using.if you are using a camera that is top spec it will work at fastest speeds."

Per OP:
"i dont need to test, its pretty much common sense i thought. if u click on the link for the item, go onto the tech tab on the item,
it says slowest and fastest speeds the card writes and reads to and from, 10mb up to 48mb,
the speed is largely determined by the equipment, if u are using brand new equipment you are not going to get bottom end 10mb that you state."

Edited by: "huangxq2" 14th Mar 2016
dantesfireplace

I think the confusion is based around you saying:"... the 10mbp/s slow … I think the confusion is based around you saying:"... the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest ..."and again here:"...toshiba does not state the maximum write speed but it says up to 48mbp/s which is as described on their official site..."So are you actually saying you mean it writes between 10mbps and 48mbps ? Or do you mean that 48mbps figure is a combination of read and write speeds ?If so that's not the correct way to express card speeds, they should never be mixed like that as it's not a useful way to list card specifications.If you didn't mean that and you are saying the write range is 10 - 48mbps - then please show us the link where it states that.A quick check on Amazon seems to back up the 10mbps write speed maximum.:-)



He thought the 48MB/s was talking about both write and read, that is why the first many posts of his, he was using common sense, toshiba website to back him up.

Now he realised he was wrong, and he is trying to deny it.
OP,

This card is so slow that the fastest it can write is 10MB/s which is the bare minimum of class 10. That is why I say it is the slowest c10.

Noboday is mistaken the min with the max.

Do you understand now?




class 10 with read up to 48MB/s

simply means they promise you write can reach 10, read can go as high as 48.

You cannot tell by "class 10 with read up to 48MB/s", how fast is the write, Nor can your common sense.

It has to be tested in real life which is how I know it has a max write 10. Someone told me the test result, somebody else also said amazon reviews has the same results.

If you say it writes faster, show us the evidence!!!! We do not want results from your common sense. It is not good enough especially you know so little.

Edited by: "huangxq2" 15th Mar 2016
Ashamuk

i never not got it, i never said it was 48 mb for write, u said i said … i never not got it, i never said it was 48 mb for write, u said i said that.i simply said 10 is the lowest, u said its the max it offers when this is not the case.


Are you day dreaming?

Quote from you:
"i dont need to test, its pretty much common sense i thought. if u click on the link for the item, go onto the tech tab on the item,
it says slowest and fastest speeds the card writes and reads to and from, 10mb up to 48mb,
the speed is largely determined by the equipment, if u are using brand new equipment you are not going to get bottom end 10mb that you state."

"you are wrong, the 10mbp/s slow speed is the lowest it will work at, and 48mbp/s the fastest, hence why it says slowest and fastest, the speed depends upon the equipment you are using.if you are using a camera that is top spec it will work at fastest speeds."[/quote]
voted cold because it is a sh1t card, and the OP is dumb, although made me laugh, OP persistence is not key to everything especially when your wrong
cikki100

voted cold because it is a sh1t card, and the OP is dumb, although made … voted cold because it is a sh1t card, and the OP is dumb, although made me laugh, OP persistence is not key to everything especially when your wrong



I want to call him that for quite sometime now.

He does not know anything. Any he simply thought that I said 10MB/s because I mistaken the min with the max.

He is quite dumb, stubborn and denial.


Edited by: "huangxq2" 15th Mar 2016
brilly

no, i said i would prefer toshiba to integral as a brandsure the … no, i said i would prefer toshiba to integral as a brandsure the performance may be lower but thats not the whole picture


I've only had SLOW usb drives from Toshiba. Hoped their sd cards would be better but the comments here reveal otherwise. This seems to be another case of trading tat off a reputable brand name. If you don't feel comfortable with integral, get a lexar.
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