Here is our two minute review of the Lexar Professional 1066x microSDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series.
Designed for your action cameras, drones, or Android smartphone, the Lexar Professional 1066x microSD UHS-I Card SILVER Series lets you quickly capture and transfer high-quality photos, including Full-HD and 4K UHD video with speeds up to 160MB/s read, and up to 120MB/s write. The card is U3, V30 and A2 rated for high-speed performance. This card gives you the speed and storage you need to capture more adventures on the go.
- Professional-level performance for action cameras, drones, or Android smartphones
- Leverages UHS-I technology to deliver read speeds up to 160MB/s (1066x)
- Quickly capture high-quality images and extended lengths of Full-HD and 4K UHD with write speeds up to 120MB/s
- Load apps quicker with blazing A2 speed
- High-capacity options –– up to 512GB
- Designed for durability in harsh conditions
- Includes SD adapter
- 10-year limited warranty for card and one-year limited warranty for adapter (Outside of the Americas)
If you need to expand the storage on your devices and you want something fast and reliable then you will need a microSDXC card. Lexar is a very well known brand with a history of supplying high quality products and the Lexar Professional 1066x microSDXC UHS-I cards SILVER Series is no exception.
As well as the microSDXC card, the packet also include an SD Adaptor you can use it either read the contents of the card on a computer or actually use the card in something like camera.
The card is fast and works really well with a variety of devices, whether its a phone or camera, this is the card to look at and consider for your device, after all you will want to keep everything safe on the card and this card certainly delivers. It works especially well when used to record 4K UHD content.
This is yet another great card from Lexar!
The Lexar Professional 1066x microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I cards SILVER Series is available now priced £15.99 (64GB), £26.99 (128GB), and £49.99 (256GB) with 32GB and 512GB to be announced at a future date.