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Toshiba 32GB Exceria SDHC Memory Card $7 | 64GB $18 @ Officeworks


Toshiba 64GB Exceria SDXC Memory Card $18

This Toshiba Exceria SDHC Card allows you to expand the storage in your digital camera or mobile device, so you can keep more media on hand. You will be able to take photos and capture video in high definition so you can enjoy them later. It's compliant with UHS Speed Class 3 and has a read speed of up to 90 Mbps so you can transfer data between your card and computer quickly.
It can be used to store your photos and video.
It has a capacity of 32 GB.
It has a read speed of up to 90 Mbps so you can transfer your data quickly.
You can protect your data against accidental overwrites thanks to the write-protect feature.
It comes with a 5 year warranty for your peace of mind.

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  • Similar cards cost $29 at JB Hi-Fi so alright deal. Toshiba isn't really a name I think of when it comes to storage though.

    • +5

      Made in Japan, 5 year warranty. Toshiba bought OCZ storage division in 2014.

      In any case it's a U3 card from a reputable brand.

      Edit: possibly more relevant - Toshiba invented flash memory.

    • Comment ended up in the wrong place how

    • Toshiba is a brand name I think of when it comes to storage.

      • I don't know… maybe it it's just the whole brand which is off putting me but good to know the history and that it looks like a good product.

  • +1

    64gb for $18 as well.

    • thought I had that in there, added it.. thanks

      • +2

        No worries. bought two of the 32gb, always good to have a couple of cheap spares around for cameras and devices.

  • +2

    Just bought one. Toshiba is one of the pioneer brand in technology. Thanks OP

  • Have been using this card for almost 3 years now, no problems whatsoever

  • 64gb good for my spark drone?

    Presume $18 for 64Gb is a good price?

    • It is a very good price, however you need a microSD, these are regular sized.

      • +1

        Thanks. Happy to be corrected. There's a post just gone up for a 64gb micro memory card at OW.

  • +1

    Good deal.
    I would rate Toshiba over Lexar anyday. Their flashair cards are really awesome, and generally their storage including USB sticks are very reliable (have used them many times over for ESXI and Linux installers)

    • Yes agree with experience using Toshiba USB sticks.

  • Whats the write speed? Might be better off buying Samsung microSD which has an adapter. Faster read speed. Double warranty.

    • Depends if you want to use an adapter or not.

      UHS Speed Class 3 supports at least 30MB/s write speed.

      This must be close I assume?

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