Sandisk is renewing its range of microSD cards and now uses class A2, which is faster for use on a smartphone or in a game console. Here is the test of the Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 64 GB Class 10 U3 A2 V30.
SanDisk Extreme microSDXC 64GB Class 10 U3 A2 V30
The Sandisk Extreme microSDXC 64 GB Class 10 U3 A2 V30 card is not a bad card, quite the contrary. In the category of microSD cards, its default performance is rather at the top of the basket. Also note that if the performances are not bad, we still find a little better. An example is the Transcend High Performance 330S, which is faster in writing. 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.
SanDisk Extreme microSDHC 32GB UHS-I A1 V30
High speeds in both reading and writing, V30 certification for video and A1 for optimal use in a smartphone, RecuePRO Deluxe software provided: this SanDisk Extreme microSDHC 32 GB UHS-I A1 V30 has everything to appeal to an audience of videographers particularly demanding.