Unpacking the Lexar Professional 1066x microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card
The memory card arrived in packaging that is what I would consider standard for flash memory: a cardboard sheet with embedded plastic holding the microSD card and SD card adapter. I like that companies continue to include the SD card adapter when selling microSD cards as I frequently lose track of the adapters and am unlikely to have one at home.
The front of the package advertises its key specs: 256GB capacity; up to 160MB/s read; up to 120MB/s write; and the fact that it is a V30/U3 Speed Class SD card (promising a minimum of 30MB/s write). The back of the package includes instructions for opening, legal disclaimers regarding the speed claims from the front of the package, and verbiage discussing where one can go to gain more information about the product and warranty. For those interested, the website claims a 10-year limited warranty on the card itself. They also note that the performance is achieved with Lexar’s own USB 3.1 2-in-1 card reader, which they just happened to send along for a separate review.