The Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 1 TB Class 10 U3 A2 V30 card is a variation of the 64 GB version that we tested. Only the storage capacity changes compared to the 64 GB version, the test of which is available here.
The Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 1 TB Class 10 U3 A2 V30 card is a variation of the 64 GB version that we tested. In the category of microSD cards, its performance is rather at the top of the basket. Also note that if the performance is not bad, we still find a little better in writing, especially at Transcend. Unfortunately, the speeds announced by Sandisk are not required without the specific MobileMate reader. But once the latter is used, the Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 64 Class 10 U3 A2 V30 cards deliver some of the best performance on the market.
- Correct read speed for a microSD card.
- Very good reading speed with the MobileMate microSD card reader
- Lifetime warranty.
- Data recovery software provided.
- Requires a specific drive to reach maximum speed.
- Slow write speed.
NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude prices from shops whose the VAT policy is not clear (known as “grey” shops, typically in the case of imports from China).
With the range of Canvas React Plus UHS-II microSD cards available in 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB versions, Kingston strikes a blow. The UHS-II bus allows the cards to offer the best performance of the moment. We tested the Canvas React Plus UHS-II microSD card in its 128 GB version. If the speed criterion is the most important for you, these cards will (very) quickly give satisfaction.
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