Like most other memory cards, Silicon Power's Superior Pro microSDXC 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.
As you'd expect, Silicon Power's Superior Pro microSDXC card is quite small. It measures 15.0 x 11.0 x 1.0 mm and weighs in at about 0.3g. The card is constructed out of black plastic and has a brightly colored label printed on top. Along with the SP logo, the label shows the capacity and speed class ratings.
On the back of the card, you can see a row of connectors as well as the production batch and serial numbers. Oddly enough, there is no country of origin printed on the card.
Silicon Power's new microSDXC card also ships with an SD adapter. Simply insert the card into the adapter and you can use it with SD-enabled devices such as digital cameras, laptops, printers, etc. This especially comes in handy if you ever need to transfer photos, music and video content from a mobile device to a PC or device with an SD slot.