by Adam Armstrong

Toshiba Releases New SD Cards And A New Flash Drive

Today Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. released 3 new flash products. Toshiba has released a new TransMemory U202 USB 2.0 flash drive. And they have released two new SD cards, the Exceria N301 SD Card and the Exceria M301 microSD Card. Each of these new devices runs up to 128GB in capacity.

The new TransMemory U202 flash drive is a USB 2.0, which means it won’t have the same speeds as its faster USB 3.0 counterparts. However it does offer a cost-effective method of storing up to 128GB of extra media. It has a MRSP of $79.99 for 128GB, which is a good price for a name brand flash drive. It also comes with a 5-year warranty.

The Exceria N301 SD Card is aimed at photography and media enthusiasts. With claimed speeds up to 48MB/s read the card also comes with a 10-year warranty. The max capacity is also 128GB and has a MRSP of $149.99.

The Exceria M301 microSD Card is made for users that need more capacity for their smartphones or tablets. Like the Larder SD version, the M301 also has a claimed read speed of 48MB/s, a retail price of $149.99, and this microSD comes with a 5-year warranty.


All the new flash devices are available for order today though they won’t ship until early next month. The TransMemory U202 starts at $9.99 MSRP for 8GB. The Exceria N301 SD Card starts at $19.99 MSRP for 8GB. And the Exceria M301 microSD Card also starts at $19.99 MSRP for 8GB.

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