Like most other memory cards, Silicon Power's Superior SDXC card comes packaged in a cardboard blister pack. The front of the packaging advertises many of the card's key features including its capacity and speed class ratings. On the back, there is a bit more information regarding the capabilities of the card as well as its 5 year warranty.
While not nearly as small as a microSD card, Silicon Power's Superior SDXC card isn't much larger than a postage stamp. It measures 24 x 32 x 2.1 mm and weighs in at about 2g. The card is constructed out of black plastic and has a white and gray label on top. Along with the SP logo, the label shows the capacity and speed class ratings.
Along the left hand side of the card, you can see a lock switch. When it is slid down, the data will be write protected. You will not be able to modify or delete the contents on the memory card until the switch is slid back up.
On the back of the card, you can see a row of connectors as well as the production batch and serial numbers and the country of origin. In this case, Silicon Power's Superior SDXC card is made in Taiwan.