Transcend Premium 64 GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card – Standard Packaging

August 14, 2018 - Comment

Transcend 64GB SDXC CLASS10 UHSI300X TS64GSDU1 Storage Flash USB Memory Product Features Supports Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (U1) and Class 10 compliant Smooth Full HD video recording performance Improved camera response for fast-action consecutive shooting Suitable for SDHC/SDXC compatible devices

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Transcend 64GB SDXC CLASS10 UHSI300X TS64GSDU1 Storage Flash USB Memory

Product Features

  • Supports Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (U1) and Class 10 compliant
  • Smooth Full HD video recording performance
  • Improved camera response for fast-action consecutive shooting
  • Suitable for SDHC/SDXC compatible devices

Comments

M&H says:

Cheap large card! Does exactly as needed. Cheap and fast card! I would recommend to all!As with most people I rely upon reviews and seller feedback when making purchases online and therefore every review I write is fair and accurate. I am totally independent, and not involved or related to the company. If you require any answers to questions, please ask!If after a period of time, my opinion on the item changes, I always update the review, especially if durability in not as thought…

Mav says:

Excellent for Car Infotainment Systems I use this SD Card in my Citroen Navidrive 3D (NG4) Head Unit. Although the system has a Hard Drive and Jukebox function that can rip CDs or MP3s directly, the unit can also play media from an SD Card.I use an SD card through choice, as by not using the Jukebox function, the Hard Drive doesn’t have to do extra work storing and playing music, thus prolonging the operational life of the drive. These automotive quality HDDs are very expensive to replace, so I find this Transcend SD…

David P says:

Great value. Amazingly cheap for so much storage. I bought this to make our music collection easily available in a car stereo. The only snag I had with it is most radios (well both mine anyway) require FAT32 format, this arrived in exFat format, and windows won’t format anything over 32gb in FAT32, so I had to hunt around on the net for a free program which would allow me to format it. Oops, two snags – one of the sd card readers I have wouldn’t allow it to be recognised either, the PC I plugged it in to…

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