Today we’re looking at a rather quick Micro SD card from Toshiba, the Exceria Pro M501. The M501 is a UHS-II card with maximum read and write speeds of around 250 MB/s, making them suitable for high-speed photography and 4K video recording. The card comes in 16, 32 and 64GB versions; we’re looking at the 64GB model. Let’s get started!Features & Specifications16 GB / 32 GB / 64 GB capacity Max read speed: 270 MB/s, Max. write speed: 250MB/s Specialised for 4K and Full HD recording Perfect for sports cameras Designed for extreme shooting conditions Includes SD UHS-II card adapterDesign
The Toshiba Exceria Pro M501 has a gold stripe to [...]
Looking for a hard drive to store your media? This 3 TB drive is the top result on Amazon right now, so let’s see if it’s earned that place. Here’s our review of the Toshiba P300!
Toshiba P300 HDD deals$79.99VIEW£70.97VIEWpowered by XSReviewsSpecifications & DesignFormat: 3.5-inch SATA drive Capacities: 0.5 TB / 1TB / 2TB / 3TB Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM Buffer: 64MB Dimensions: 147 x 101.6 x 26.1 mm Weight: 680 grams Warranty: 2 years
Features: Shock sensor, Native Command Queuing (NCQ), Halogen Free, Tunnel Magneto-resistive Recording (TMR) Head Technology, Ramp Load, [...]
Today we’re looking at a budget Micro SDXC card from Toshiba, the Exceria N301. This card is available online for about £15 (for a 64GB unit), putting it in the same price tier as faster specification offerings from Sandisk, Lexar, Kingston and others. Let’s see whether it’s worth the extra expense.
The Toshiba H200 is a hybrid drive, promising the best of both worlds: fast boot times and capacious storage. We reckon it’s a noticeable upgrade over a traditional HDD at a fraction of the cost of an SSD, so take a look!
The Toshiba Canvio Premium is a modern external hard drive, with a sleek aluminium enclosure, USB 3.1 / USB Type-C support and a full complement of bundled software. Read on for our full review.
When it comes to picking up an SD card for your camera, action-camera or drone, there are a lot choices on the market… so why not Toshiba? The proud inventors of flash memory have sent us their latest and greatest SD card to test, so let’s do just that.