Exposition of the company Toshiba at CeBIT 2017 includes memory cards microSD series Exceria Pro M402.

Their release was announced last September . It is interesting that then the manufacturer promised to start sales in the first quarter of 2017, characterizing the new cards as carriers suitable for action cameras and meeting the requirements of the UHS-I U3 speed class.

 The Toshiba Exceria Pro cards looked like this at the time of the announcement

In November a new speed class was invented for SD memory cards – Application Performance Class. The SD Association published requirements for App Performance Class 1 or A1: performance of at least 1500 IOPS in random access reads and at least 500 IOPS in random access operations, and data transfer rates for consecutive operations of at least 10 MB / s .

As you can see in the photo, made by our correspondent, the manufacturer managed to add the designation A1 to new cards.

 The Toshiba Exceria Pro M402 series includes microSD memory cards ranging from 16 GB to 128 GB

The series includes models ranging in size from 16 GB to 128 GB. Both at reading, and at record they develop speed up to 95 MB / s

Source: Own correspondent iXBT in Hanover


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