microSDXC UHS-I U1 Card PRO
microSDXC USH-I U1 Card
64GB/128GB

KINGMAX micro SDXC card complies with the latest SD3.0 and Class 10 specifications but is also compatible with SD Card Association’s SD2.0 specification. It is compatible with variety of devices such as smart phones, high-end digital cameras, drive recorders, and the hottest item in the market, panel PCs. The size of a fingernail, this 64GB micro SDXC card is the ultimate data storage solution that meets the demand of extreme performance required by the new generation high-end gadgets.

With the help of an adapter, KINGMAX micro SDXC card can also be used as a SD card or USB flash drives. With its wide ranging applications from digital cameras, multimedia players, PCs, PDAs, card readers to printers, this multi-purpose tiny memory card is definitely a great value buy!

  • Comply with SDA standards
  • Smooth Full HD video recording performance 
  • Broad applications with great compatibility
  • High stability and reliability
  • Wear leveling algorithm and Error Correction Code (ECC) function 
  • Shockproof, waterproof, dustproof and x-rayproof
  • RoHS Compliant

Model Name

PRO
microSDXC UHS-I U1 card

Capacity

64GB/128GB

Standard

SD3.0

Speed class

UHS-I (U1)

R\W performance (up to)

80MB/s(R)  10MB/s(W)

Dimension

15 x11x 1 (mm)

Support Full HD

Yes

Support exFAT

Yes

Warranty

1 year

Sales P/N

KM64GMCSDUHSP
KM64GMCSDUHSP-1

KM128GMCSDUHSP
KM128GMCSDUHSP-1

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Q1
What does the rating symbol or mark (speed class) on the memory card mean?
Q2
How to confirm whether the Memory Card is compatible with the device?
Q3
Why is the actual storage capacity of the product slightly less than the volume written on the product specification?
Q4
What is the difference between FAT32 and exFAT?
Q5
What is SD, SDHC and SDXC?
Q6
How come the files in my memory card are corrupted?
Q7
My camera cannot recognize the memory card after I formatted it with my PC.
Q8
Is it necessary to format the memory card before using it?
Q9
Why can't I store a 4GB movie on an 8GB USB Disk?