Today’s modern day smartphones and digital cameras, not to mention other mobile devices such as action cameras, tend to rely on expandable memory to store a plethora of captured video and the ilk. The thing is, it can get quite difficult to archive everything recorded properly, and just in case you happen to live out a rough and tumble lifestyle, capturing everything with an action camera, perhaps getting beefier memory cards would do you a whole world of good, especially when it comes to preserving precious memories. Toshiba is an old hand at this, having rolled out high capacity SD cards close to a decade ago, and now we have the new EXCERIA Pro SD and EXCERIA microSD memory cards.
The Toshiba EXCERIA Pro SD and EXCERIA microSD memory cards are a couple of flash storage options which have been specially equipped to unleash a device’s full shooting potential in order to help you capture stunning images and immersive footage. It does not matter if you are a professional DSLR photographer or a high action sports enthusiast, the EXCERIA Pro SD and EXCERIA microSD memory cards will be able to deliver unparalleled performance with excellent read/write rates and ample storage to capture fast-action photos and 4K videos without any kind of lag or delay.
The EXCERIA Pro SD memory card lets professional photographers and videographers to maximize the potential of their UHS-II-enabled high performance cameras, sporting read speeds of up to 260MB/s and write speeds up to 240MB/s, which means it can transfer photos faster than non-UHS II cards.
As for the EXCERIA microSD memory card, it will carry read speeds up to 95MB/s and write speeds up to 60MB/s, being specially designed to target action camera adventurers, videographers, phones and tablets. It is one tough cookie since it is also waterproof and X-ray proof.
You can choose up to four capacities of up to 128GB for the EXCERIA Pro SD, while the EXCERIA microSD has three capacities of up to 64GB. Pricing for the EXCERIA Pro SD memory card begins at $99.99 and goes all the way to $699.99 for the 128GB model, while the EXCERIA microSD memory card maxes out at $179.99 for the 64GB model. Regardless of your purchase, it will come with a 5-year standard limited warranty.