Toshiba updates its EXCERIA line of memory cards

Toshiba updates its EXCERIA line of memory cards

With the summer season just weeks away (that is if you live in the Northern Hemisphere) many people across the world prepare to take hundreds of new photos that will keep memories for years to come. This is where Toshiba makes a smart move – the Japanese company has released a new line of EXCERIA memory cards, killing two birds with one stone – it offers photographers all the storage they need at the right moment, while updating its long-running EXCERIA line of memory cards.

Toshiba now offers two flavors of the new EXCERIA memory cards but they share most of the tech specs – the EXCERIA Pro SD and the EXCERIA microSD memory cards target professional DSLR photographers and action sports enthusiasts. The memory card lines offer high performance, excellent read/write rates, high capacities and quick recording of 4K video and pictures.

The EXCERIA Pro SD memory card line is available in four capacities – 16 GB (USD 99.99), 32 GB (USD 179.99), 64 GB (USD 349.99) and 128 GB (USD 699.99). This money also gets you a 5-year standard limited warranty. As for the EXCERIA microSD memory card line, it is available in three capacities – 16 GB (USD 59.99), 32 GB (USD 99.99) and 64 GB (USD 179.99), and again all these models come with a standard 5-year warranty.

Source: Ubergizmo.com

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