Memory cards come in varying formats, capacities and speeds. So which is the best match for you.
- Ideal for Android-based smartphones and tablets
- Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s**
- Rated A1 for faster app performance3 and UHS Speed Class U1 and Speed Class 10 for Full HD video recording and playback1
- Shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof2
When it comes to memory cards, it's easy to become confused thanks to all of the different types and variations available.
Memory cards are used in a range of devices, from cameras and camcorders to mobile phones, televisions and consoles. Knowing what type of memory card is right for you (and your particular devices) is becoming vitally important.
What is a memory card?
Memory cards are small devices (some no bigger than your thumbnail) that are used to store electronic data. This can be anything (depending on the device) from photos, music, movies, games, documents, programs and more. While cards come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are available for a variety of products, all memory cards do essentially the same thing — store data.
Memory cards, also referred to as flash memory, are essentially chips that allow users to write and rewrite data multiple times. Some of the key features of flash memory cards include their small size and the ability to retain data without a power supply. This allows them to fit into a variety of portable consumer devices.
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