Toshiba Exceria Pro N502 SD Card Review

Storage/Other by stefan @ 2018-10-14

The Exceria Pro N502 has easily got to the first place in terms of performance versus the previously tested cards; the latest UHS-II standard does make possible up to 8K video recording and the safe operating conditions vary from -20 to 85 degrees Celsius (without condensation). As we have seen with other Toshiba products, the N502 is x-ray proof, so you do not have to worry about scans at the airport security checkpoints.

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Product Features, Specifications

Product Features:


UHS II - Speed matters


The UHS-II standard changes from the eight pin interface to an additional set of pins of low voltage (0.4 V pp). Using this additional row of connectors raises the data transfer rate dramatically.


The speed you need


The N502 series offers you read speeds up to 270 MB/s and write speeds upt to 260 MB/s. It also features Video Performance to capture videos not only in Full HD and 4K but even up to 8K.


Work under tough conditions


Since the cards were specifically designed for outdoor video recording and photography, we made sure they will perform under extreme conditions. That results in safe operating temperatures from -20 ? to 85? (without condensation).


Catch some rays


No worries at the airport security check or at your sunny vacation destination. The cards are x-ray proof to protect your precious memories.


Quality you can trust


Toshiba is the inventor of flash memory, and has a well-earned worldwide reputation for producing high quality technology.



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