Netac P500 micro SD card is class 10 speed level and can transfer photos, video content from your mobile device to your PC at a no wait rate of 90MB/s (16G/32G: 80MB/s). It's waterproof, anti-magnetism, anti-extreme temperature and anti-X-ray.
Class 10, UHS-1 U3 high efficiency,(16G/32G: UHS-I) fast read speed up to 90MB/s to achieve rapid shoot.(16G/32G: 80MB/s)
Great speed and performance for full HD video recording, high resolution pictures, mobile gaming, music and more.
Compatible with devices with micro SDHC or micro SDXC slots.
Suitable for cell phones, cameras, MP3/MP4 player, vehicle traveling data recorder and more.
Waterproof, anti-magnetism, anti-extreme temperature and anti-X-ray.
Type: TF (Micro SD) card
Form factor: micro SDHC (16G, 32G), micro SDXC (16G, 32G)
Capacity: 16G, 32G, 64G (optional)
Speed level: class 10, UHS-1 (16G, 32G), UHS-I U3 (64G)
Read speed: up to 80MB/s (16G, 32G), 90MB/s (64G)
Item size: 1.5 * 1.1 * 0.1cm / 0.59 * 0.43 * 0.03in (L * W * H)
Item weight: 0.3g / 0.01oz
Package size: 12.5 * 7.5 * 0.5cm / 4.92 * 2.95 * 0.19in (L * W * H)
Package weight: 7.2g / 0.25oz
Hard disk/flash memory vendors are using decimal arithmetic: 1MB=1000KB, 1G=1000MB calculated, but the operating system is using binary arithmetic: 1MB=1024KB, 1GB=1024MB. So there are some differences between display capacity and nominal capacity of hard disk/flash memory products. However, this is allowed to exist. Please do not doubt his authenticity.
8G=approximately 7.5GB, 16GB=approximately 14GB, 32GB=approximately 29GB, 40GB=approximately 37GB, 60GB=approximately 55GB, 80GB=approximately 74GB, 120GB=approximately 111GB, 160GB=approximately 149GB, 250GB=approximately 232GB, 320GB=approximately 298GB, 500GB=approximately 465GB, 640GB=approximately 595GB, 1TB=approximately 930GB
1 * Micro SD card
Package list without user manual.
Speed performance may be lower depended on host device, interface, usage conditions, the capacity you choose and other factors.
To keep the compatibility, please confirm the SDHC and SDXC mark used on the primary device.