A microSD card lets you easily move your files, photos, and music from device to device without having to rely on steady Wi-Fi or costly data. It also helps if you like to load your phone up with apps, music, and movies if it didn’t come with much internal storage, to begin with.
Choosing a memory card will depend on its usage. You do have the choice over the size of the memory card and its speed. But we would advise you to factor in the brand reputation and the reported performance and reliability as well.
Aside from photography and videography, mobile games and handheld game consoles are getting more popular. And these applications require solid random read/write performance and storage expansion. Upgrade the storage and performance of these devices using the 64GB 330S microSDXC Memory Card from Transcend.
In photography, the bigger the size, the more pictures you can take. For most users that just want to use a microSD for storing files, the Transcend 64GB SDXC MicroSD card has an overall storage capacity hefty enough, allowing you to keep more digital files at hand. It can hold up to 2,406 raw file or 12,500 JPEG file photographs.
The speed, on the other hand, relates to how fast the memory card can deal with the data. A faster memory card is more expensive, but it will allow you to use continuous or burst modes. This flash memory card also meets both the UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and the UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) standards for 4K Ultra HD video recordings, with read speeds of up to 100MB/s, and write speeds max out at 85 MB/s. It will have no trouble with 1080p video and can even handle 4K, though you may want a larger capacity if that’s what you’re buying it for.
Fast and efficient, this memory card is also a good fit for music and movies for offline playback and mobile app storage, such as Nintendo Switch and other portable gaming devices like phones and tablets with a microSD slot. Because aside from support for UHS-I, V30, and U3, Transcend also built this card with support for the Application Performance Class 2 (A2) spec, which includes optimizations to give Android users an improved mobile experience, delivering faster mobile app performance. The A2 spec allows the card to manage random read input-output access per second (IOPS) operations so it can quickly open apps and process accompanying tasks, such as audio, graphics, saved profiles, and in-app permissions. Just make sure your device supports the SD 6.0 specification or later for improved A2 performance. So for crucial random read/write performance, use it to install and run mobile apps to free device memory with no worries.
As with most Transcend cards, this memory card is shockproof, X-ray proof, and waterproof, while also being able to withstand static, plus temperatures from -13 to 185°F, allowing you to take this card with you into extreme environments. It also comes with a handy SD adapter.
Lastly, Transcend offers their RecoveRx software, a free data recovery utility that allows you to search deep within a storage device for traces of erased files, including digital photos, documents, music, and videos.