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Toshiba Exceria M302 Micro SDXC 90MB/sec Class 10 Card 128GB

Toshiba Exceria M302 Micro SDXC 90MB/sec Class 10 Card 128GB
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Bar Code:  4047999410638
Part Number:  THN-M302R1280EA
Brand:  Toshiba

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With the Toshiba M302 micro SD card - 128GB you can record all your exciting moments with your smartphone or digital camera.

 
 

With the Toshiba M302 MicroSD card you can record all your exciting moments with your smartphone or digital camera. With a huge capacity you can keep all your pictures and Full-HD videos with you without having to delete some of your precious moments.

Great for enthusiastic photographers, the EXCERIA microSD M302 card series provides the ultra-fast speed and capacity you need to catch the perfect moments in Full-HD, and includes an SD Adapter.

The Toshiba M302 microSD card is fully compliant with the latest SD Association specification, and with the Adapter, it is compatible with SD or SDHC slots.

With the Toshiba write-protect feature, you can prevent accidental overwrites.

Features
- Specialised for 4K and Full HD recording
- Capacities from 16GB to 128GB Capacity
- Read Speed: Up to 90 MB/s
- Shockproof
- Waterproof
- X-ray Proof
- 5 Years Warranty

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Sunday, 5 February 2017  | 

only got 4 stars as formatted size is only 115gb

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Response:

Correctly formatted (exFAT for this capacity) size should be around 119GB. However this is a pre-formatted card and does not need to be formatted before use if used in a compatible device.

Explanation from Toshiba:
There are two reasons: The first one is related to the unit of capacity. When card manufacturers say "MByte", "M" means "Mega" which is equivalent to million (=106). On the other hand, Windows or other Operating Systems define "M" as 1024 times 1024 (=220). According to the fact, 256MByte is equal to 256000000 Byte as a definition of card manufactures, which is equivalent to 244MByte as a definition of Windows. The second one is related to the card itself. In general, memories on a card are consumed by not only the users but also by the card itself. For example a card needs management area or spare area. In addition, DOS (Windows) format needs some area even though it is very small.