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Kingston Gold Series UHS-1 Speed Class 3 64GB MicroSDXC Card Review

Kingston Gold Series UHS-1 Speed Class 3 64GB MicroSDXC Card Review Galaxy S8, Lumix G7, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, H4N audio recorder, GoPro 4 Silver. Just a short list of devices I own that all require an SD-card in order to function. Much like anything in this world SD cards follow the rule of three: …

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Toshiba EXCERIA PRO M402 MicroSDXC Card Review

Toshiba EXCERIA PRO M402 MicroSDXC Card Review The new EXCERIAL PRO M402 series offers enough performance for 4K video shooting when installed in devices such as action cameras, drones, camcorders, but can also supply extra storage for tablets, laptops or even productivity PCs. In order to offer optimal data integrity, the M402 series was engineered …

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Patriot EP PRO-II SD and MicroSDXC Cards Released

Patriot EP PRO-II SD and MicroSDXC Cards Released

Patriot EP PRO-II SD and MicroSDXC Cards Released Future proof your storage with incredible speeds and capacities Patriot, a leading manufacturer of consumer flash storage solutions, computer memory, SSDs, gaming peripherals and mobile accessories, today announced the release of the EP PRO-II SD and microSDXC cards. Equipped with UHS-II connectors, UHS Speed Class 3 and …

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Toshiba EXCERIA M301-EA 128GB microSDXC Card Review

Toshiba EXCERIA M301-EA 128GB microSDXC Card Review The M301-EA series is another mainstream storage solution for people which need to record precious moments with their smartphone or digital camera, but also for recording Full-HD content without the need of deleting previous content thanks to the 64GB and 128GB large capacities. The card performances are very …

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Toshiba EXCERIA PRO M401 64GB microSDXC Card Review

Toshiba EXCERIA PRO M401 64GB microSDXC Card Review The EXCERIA PRO M401 from Toshiba has left us with a very good impression regarding its performance, not only matching the rated speeds (and even exceeding the read one) but also succeeding to beat our previous Silicon Power 32GB SDXC card. While the speedy PRO M401 does …

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