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Verbatim Premium/Video SDXC memory cards offer the top performance available in a next-generation memory card. Class 10 and UHS-1 (Ultra-High Speed bus) rated, Verbatim's SDXC card provides optimal performance for your SDXC device. Offering fast data transfer rates, these memory cards are ideal for HD video recording and high megapixel digital photography. SDXC cards can be used with an SDXC-compatible reader on a Windows PC equipped with Microsoft's ex FAT file system update and are backed by Verbatim's limited lifetime warranty.
Recycled Content: 0%
Assembly Required: No
Environmentally Friendly: Yes
Country of Origin: China
|Manufacturer||Verbatim America, LLC|
|Manufacturer Part Number||97466|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.verbatim.com|
|Product Name||64GB Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) Card|
Pro 233X UHS-1 SDXC Memory Card offers groundbreaking performance for the professional or enthusiast photographer with a 64GB capacity. Premium-grade components and advanced controller technology maximize your digital experience while delivering quality and reliability. With UHS-1 Interface (Ultra High Speed Interface) supporting host device bus speeds up to 104MB per second, memory card maximizes your ability to capture, offload and process your digital photography. Transfer speeds up to 233X (35MB per second) are ideal for faster workflow and capture in multi-megapixel photography and 1080p high-definition video recording. Memory card is Class 10-rated for standard HS (High Speed) interface equipped host devices. Write-protect switch prevents accidental deletion. Memory card requires SDXC host device and exFAT file system update for Windows Operating Systems.
|Number of Memory Cards||1|
|Storage Capacity||64 GB|
|Speed Class Rating||Class 10|
|ProductTitle||Verbatim 64GB 233X Pro SDXC Memory Card, UHS-1 Class 10 - Class 10 - 1pk|
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday, October 21, 2016.