Toshiba`s microSD™ cards offer high capacity storage

March 2016
Toshiba’s microSD™ cards offer high capacity storage of up to
128GB in a small package. The cards achieve an incredible
Read Speed of 90MB/s*1.
The SD adapter included with the card gives you a wide variety
of usages. Now you can take hundreds of pictures with your
smartphone or store your music and 4K videos.
The series is made for hard conditions: it is waterproof, shock
proof and X-Ray proof.
EXCERIA™ M302-EA microSDHC™ & microSDXC™ Cards
16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB
SD Memory Card standard compatible
Speed Class
Up to 90 MB/s*1
Read Speed
5 Years
Physical Specification:
15 mm (L) x 11 mm (W) x 1.0 mm (H)
Approx. 0.4g
Operating Temp.
Storage Temp.
Model Numbers:
EAN Code
Part Number
-25°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
In 1984, Toshiba developed a new type of semiconductor memory called flash memory, leading the industry
into the next generation ahead of its competitors.
Some time later in 1987, NAND flash memory was developed, and this has since been used in a variety of
memory cards and electronic equipments. The NAND flash market has grown rapidly, with flash memory
becoming an internationally standardized memory device. Toshiba, the inventor of flash memory, has carved
out a path to a new era in which we are all able to carry videos, music and data with us wherever we go.
History of Flash Memory
Developed NOR-type Flash Memory
Developed NAND-type Flash Memory
Jul. 2000
Released SD™ Memory Card
Jun. 2003
Released miniSD™ Memory Card
Dec. 2003
Released USB Flash Memory
Jul. 2006
Released microSD™ Memory Card
Oct. 2006
Released SDHC™ Memory Card
May. 2010
Released SDXC™ Memory Card
Sep. 2010
Developed SDHC Memory Card – World‘s fast
Sep .2011
Developed World‘s first SDHC Memory Card with Embedded Wireless LAN, FlashAir™
Mar. 2012
Released the new brand EXCERIA™
Jul. 2013
Developed EXCERIA™ UHS-II World’s fastest Write Speed
Feb. 2015
Developed World‘s first SD Card with built-in NFC
Mar. 2016
Developed EXCERIA™ microSD UHS-II World’s fastest Write Speed*3
*1 e.g. Read and write speeds may vary depending on the read and write conditions, such as devices you use and file sizes
you read and/or write.
UHS speed class 1: 10MB/s Min. write performance for video recording on UHS-I & UHS-II interfaces.
UHS speed class 3: 30 MB/s Min. write performance for video recording on UHS-I & UHS-II interfaces.
Speed class 10: 10 MB/s Min. write performance for video recording on standard interface.
*3 On the date of release: March 2016
The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
Toshiba cards are fully compliant with the latest SD Association specifications.
EXCERIA™ is a trademark of Toshiba Corporation
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