Both the Toshiba EXCERIA N301 64GB SDXC and the EXCERIA PRO M401 64GB microSDXC cards performed pretty well in our benchmarks, and delivered the read and write speeds they were supposed to.
With a read speed over 45MB/s and writes well over the Class 10 standard, the EXCERIA N301 is an affordable
choice for storage when used along photo cameras but also Full-HD video cameras. Backed by a 5-year warranty from Toshiba, the 64GB variant will cost you about 20 Euros. In case you don't need the 64GB capacity, the the 32GB model is available for 14 Euros, the 16GB variant is available for just 6 Euros and the smallest 8GB model can be also found online for about 5 Euros.
The EXCERIA PRO M401 is also a fast microSDXC card, and it easily matched the rated speeds in both read and write tasks. Bundled with an SD card adaptor, the microSD card offers convenience and can be used in a wide variety of devices.
Available in 64GB, 32GB and 16GB capacities, the card is bundled with the data recovery solution from LC Technology. The card also offers worry-free operation and is also shockproof, waterproof and x-ray proof.
You can to find the 64GB version for about 55 Euros, the 32GB for 32 Euros, while the 16GB can be picked up for about 26 Euros.