Toshiba has recently introduced the Exceria Pro UHS-II compatible SD card designed for the most demanding users. This small storage device is capable to run with speeds up to 260MB/s read and 240MB/s write. That already looks amazing for an SD card. Let us now move along to check the performance of the Toshiba Exceria Pro in our benchmark suite of tests.
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Today we are going to test the Toshiba Exceria Pro 32GB on the Intel Core platform using a Panasonic USB 3.0 reader and the Intel USB 3.0 controller.