If you need a thunder-speed data transfer, the more you should try out Strontium MicroSD card Class 10 that would show you the real power of speed. With an improvement of transfer speed of 10Mb/s, you will be amazed that the data transfer is complete with a blink of your eyes. It can store higher definition of videos, higher resolution of photos and you don’t have to worry about losing your precious data.
Free adapter will be provided with each MicroSD card, purchased from www.strontium.biz
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- Supports SD SPI mode
- Card Capacity of Non-secure Area, Secure Area Supports Specifications
- Convertible to full SD card size with an adapter (optional)
- Class speed – 10
- 10MB/s minimum data transfer rate
- Default mode : Variable clock rate 0-25MHz, up to 6MB/sec interface speed
- High-Speed mode : Variable clock rate 0-50MHz, up to 10MB/sec interface speed
- Complies with highest security of SDMI standard
- +4KV/-4KV ESD protection in contact pads
- Operating Temperature: -13°F to 185°F (-25°C to 85°C )
- Storage Temperature: -40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C)
- Dimensions: 11 x 15 x 1 mm
- Weight: Nearly 0.5g
- Available Capacities: 16GB and 32GB
- Lifetime Strontium Limited Warranty
- Expand your smartphone's data storage capacity
- Get more storage for your music phones, media players
STRONTIUM MICRO SDHC CARDS CAN BE CONVERTED INTO FULL SIZE SDHC CARDS USING STRONTIUM SD ADAPTER.
Micro SD cards are one of the smallest removable flash memory card formats designed specifically for small devices, mainly used as phone memory. Older devices support only Micro SD cards only while the latest devices support both Micro SD cards and Micro SDHC cards. Therefore, if you want to buy Micro SD cards for your phone memory, check your device compatibility with Micro SD cards or Micro SDHC cards. Or simply visit our memory configurator tool to find the most compatible Strontium memory card.
Micro SD Class 2
Micro SD cards sometimes come in different classes. Class rating or also known as classifications of data transfer speed (DTS) indicates the minimum speed at which the card can record data. Strontium Class 2 Micro SD cards delivers minimum 2MB/s data transfer rate.
Strontium Micro SD Class 2 cards come in capacities of 1 and 2GB are fully compliant with SD Card Association’s SD and SDHC card standards and specifications making Strontium the best choice to buy Micro SD cards for your phone memory or other Micro SD-enabled devices.
For casual users looking to buy Micro SD cards for your phone memory or other Micro SD-enabled devices, Strontium 4GB Micro SD is your best buy; causing little damage to your pocket yet giving you the extra storage capacity you need.
As of all Strontium memory products, Strontium Micro SD cards is assembled using only the highest quality components and undergo stringent testing and quality checks.
Micro SD Class 4
Strontium features 4GB and 8GB Micro SDHC cards in Class 4. Users looking to buy Micro SD cards can experience higher speeds and greater capacities with Micro SDHC cards. The terms ‘SD’ and ‘SDHC’ are used interchangeably. 8GB Micro SD card refers to 8GB Micro SDHC. However, because of the use in different technology not all devices are compatible with both Micro SD and Micro SDHC cards.
Users wishing to buy Micro SD cards for multiple device use, Strontium 8GB Micro SD or SDHC is the ideal storage option for the data, emails, photos and anything else you’ll like to carry with you. Strontium 8GB Micro SD or SDHC card equipped you with the ability to store 2,000 MP3 songs, 10,400 5MP images and 11.2 hours MPEG-4. Strontium 8GB Micro SD or SDHC card will be the perfect Micro SDHC card choice to refrain from swapping memory cards too often.
Buy Micro SD card and get Micro SD – SD adaptor, this combination means you can do more with Strontium Micro SDHC cards, interchanging it with many devices!
The ideal infrastructure depends largely on the specific scenario. If fast reads and high speeds are the priority, you’ll want to go with SSDs instead.