Toshiba 64GB M203 MicroSD Class 10 U1 100MB/s with Adapter, Black

January 11, 2019 - Comment

Toshiba 64GB M203 Class 10 MicroSD THNM203K0640EA Storage SD Cards Flash Memory r Product Features Read Speed: Up to 100 MB/s Shockproof and Waterproof Full HD recording Use for: cameras, mobile phones

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Toshiba 64GB M203 Class 10 MicroSD THNM203K0640EA Storage SD Cards Flash Memory r

Product Features

  • Read Speed: Up to 100 MB/s
  • Shockproof and Waterproof
  • Full HD recording
  • Use for: cameras, mobile phones

Comments

Anonymous says:

Not the fastest, but quite cheap, probably sufficient for most people To be fair I think this card is sufficient for most use cases and it’s significantly cheaper than some higher range SanDisk and Samsung cards.I attach benchmarsk in CrystalDiskMark of the following Micro SD cards…

Anonymous says:

Only the best IMHO My second card like this from this firm.The Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s which is excellent for capturing 4K videos and action shots in 4k.Class 10 and rated at U3 (U3 menas the BUS speed).Both my “Sports” cameras use these Micro cards and they are very good.Also 64Gb gives me a huge amount of space to store what I am shooting.Not as much as 128Gb in my larger cameras and camcorders but 64Gb is as large as these 2 cameras use for…

Anonymous says:

Could be better, but still okay. I’ve bought six of these (four 16GB, two 32GB) for various single board computers (Raspberry Pi, Tinker Board, etc) because they were cheap, and seemed to get the job done. However, I’ve been noticing some problems.Firstly, the 32GB cards have fewer sectors on them than 32GB SanDisk cards. This means that copying an OS image from SanDisk cards to these cards takes more steps than it should (because you have to resize your main partition with fdisk). However, that might just be an…

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