Toshiba expands EXCERIA PRO SD and microSD memory card range

1st September 2016
Posted By : Nat Bowers
Toshiba expands EXCERIA PRO SD and microSD memory card range

Toshiba Electronics Europe has further extended its family of EXCERIA PRO memory products with the launch of the SDXC N501 and microSDXC M402. With strong characteristics for capturing 4K video, these new cards will appeal to those wishing to capture professional grade images and video.

The EXCERIA PRO N501 UHS-II speed class 3 (U3) series features new capacities of up to 256GB and improved data transfer speeds, ideal for 4K video recording and continuous shooting. Optimised for professional use, the cards have a maximum write speed of 250MB/s and a maximum read speed of 270MB/s, delivering exceptional performance. The entire N501 series is X-ray proof.

Featuring new capacities up to 128GB and read and write speeds of up to 95MB/s, the EXCERIA PRO microSDXC M402 product family comprises four cards designed for 4K video recording in the harshest and fastest situations. These cards meet UHS-I U3 ratings and are fully compatible with standard microSD card readers. The series also features an adapter that provides the user with a wide variety of use options. All members of the M402 family are shock, water, temperature and X-ray proof to allow use in the toughest environments.

All EXCERIA PRO cards are backed by a five-year standard limited warranty and include a data recovery software package.

The shipment of the new EXCERIA PRO N501 SD memory cards and the microSD M402 series will start in Q1, 2017.


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