Patriot 8GB MicroSDHC Class 10
List Price R 125
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The Patriot LX Class 10 MicroSDHC flash memory cards offer blazing performance for mobile devices. The LX Class 10 MicroSDHC memory cards meet the latest SD Association specifications and provide a minimum sustained write speed of 10MB/s. Fast enough to record High Definition video, our LX Class 10 MicroSDHC cards keep up with the most demanding hardware. Patriot LX Class 10 MicroSDHC memory cards are available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities. Remove the bottleneck of slow memory. Capture every image or video without missing a moment. Depend on the Patriot LX Class 10 SDHC card.
Complies with SDA 3.0 specifications
High level of copy protection
Compatible with MicroSDHC slot devices
Write protection switch to avoid accidental data deletion
Voltage: 2.7 - 3.6V
Operating Temperature: -25C to 85C
Storage Temperature: -40 to 85C
Max Read Speed: Meet class 10 Requirements
Max Write Speed: Based on 3.0 Specifications
SD Adapter included
Colin, South Africa. 2 August 2014
Bought to use in my Raspberry Pi B+. Works a charm.
Naeem, South Africa. 28 October 2015
Works well. Greate value for money
Stephen, South Africa. 12 August 2014
This card is excellent value, but if you're thinking about buying this for a smart phone, consider getting a 16Gb as 8 goes really quickly!
Kanya, South Africa. 20 October 2015
Use it for my mirrorless camera. Stores 1000+ photos. Fast enough.
Donald, South Africa. 3 February 2014
decent memory card.
Vanessa, South Africa. 17 July 2014
Great product comes both card and adapter. Got my order the next day after ordering.
Douglas, South Africa. 24 November 2014
Just pop it in & you get 8GB of space.
Nathaniel, South Africa. 23 October 2015
D.J., South Africa. 6 July 2015
Excellent for use in mobile phone and tablet.
Dirk, South Africa. 23 January 2015
Good value for money. Great delivery respons
Busiswa, South Africa. 23 October 2015
Hlengiwe, South Africa. 3 February 2016
its not operating