Memory cards are those little things many devices can’t do without. Computers, phones, digital cameras, games, music devices they all need a place to store information in order to function. Memory cards on their part also evolve to serve us better, store more information and work faster. In this video review we will test 3 memory cards by Toshiba and Good RAM.
The great advantage on this Toshiba micro card is the fact that it is resistant to water and exposure to Xrays
We will first start with Toshiba’s latest Exceria series. Both of them are TypeHD and offer 16GB storage but can be found on the market also in 8GB and 32GB versions. The first one is a standard-sized memory card suitable for many digital devices. The other one is just the same except for the fact that it is a microSD card, used mostly in smartphones. But of course, you can easily make it a full-sized one fitting in into an adapter.
We transfered files from the computer right onto the cards with the speed of 30mb/s.
The great advantage on this Toshiba micro card is the fact that it is resistant to water and exposure to Xrays and magnetic rays. This extremely important because in this way your personal information will be safe and sound during a baggage scan at the airport or some institution.
Both cards belong to speed class 10 which means that they provide very fast transfer speeds. The time it took them to transfer a few files is considerably shorter than their ancestors from a lower class. We transferred files from the computer right onto the cards with the speed of 30mb/s.
Our test sample provided 32GB but a larger storage with 64GB is also available
The third card we have in our collection of memory storage today is a GoodRAM microSDHC card with an included adapter. Our test sample provided 32GB but a larger storage with 64GB is also available. This card also reaches very fast transfer speeds thanks to the UHS-I interface which stands for Ultra High Speed Interface. The fast reading and writing class 10 speeds ensure faster processing of the information inside camcoders, DVR, smartphones and tablets along with the high-capacity storage. During our test we uploaded files onto the card with 80mb/s and downloaded content from the card with 10mb/s.