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byteStor micro SD cards are designed to be used where fast memory cards are crucial; to capture high resolution images, to shoot Full HD video and for improved performance with smartphones and tablets.
byteStor's High Speed microSDHC and microSDXC Class 10 memory cards are ideal for use in smartphones, tablet PCs, digital cameras and Full HD camcorders. With Class 10 specification they perform at up to 40 MB/s transfer speed and are designed to be used where fast memory cards are crucial; to capture high resolution images and to shoot Full HD video.
Using this with my Samsung mobile since my last micro sd card was corrupted and so far so good. I can't say I have noted the high speed aspect when taking photographs, but it is... Read morePublished 5 days ago by ArrGee
Perfectly fine and stable card. I have used it in a camera for recording video and taking photos and it could write and play back without a problem. Read morePublished 22 days ago by The Soft Machine Operator
With an actual capacity of 14.9GB and with an adapter included, this is the first MicroSD card that I've owned that's not been manufactured by SanDisk or Kingston. Read morePublished 1 month ago by OMG! It's got a plug!
Amazon's green packaging is no reason in itself to buy a particular kind of memory card. As it is, you have to ask yourself a few questions.
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This card will not format on my pc or my phone, and when I put my old sd card back in my phone it now won't recognise it so I've lost all my old photos.
does the job I want, and seems fast enough in transfer. Good price. Not much else to add!Published 1 month ago by John N
The ByteStor Pro card is a lower cost alternative to some of the bigger brand names but without losing any of the function or reliability. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alison
Wonderful little compact storage. This transfers date at a good speed and can hold a lot. The adaptor is a nice addition making transfers between devices a doddle. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. C. J. Thorpe