Memory Card reviews comprise SD, microSD, Compact Flash (CF), XQD and other flash memory card reviews that analyze specific performance and other attributes of memory cards. Memory Card reviews describe which applications the flash cards match: smartphones, tablets, DSLRs, point and shoot digital cameras, and so on.
by Lyle Smith

Micron c200 microSDXC Card Review

The Micron c200 microSDXC UHS-I card is dubbed the world’s highest-capacity microSD card at an impressive 1TB (though that makes it tie between other cards like the 1TB SanDisk Extreme). With Micron’s 96-layer, quad-level cell (QLC) 3D NAND and a UHS Speed Class 3 and Video Speed Class 30 ratings, the c200 is designed for 4K HDR video capture/playback use cases inside cameras and high-end tablets and Android mobile phones.

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by Marshall Gunnell

1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC Card Review

Announced in February of this year, the 1TB SanDisk Extreme UGH-I microSDXC card is one of the world’s first 1TB microSD cards, and is quoted to be the fastest. This card is designed to address a number of issues, such as capturing and storing large files while out in the field, successfully removing the need to carry and swap multiple cards due to small capacity limitations.

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by Adam Armstrong

Samsung microSDXC EVO Plus Memory Card Review (512GB)

Last month, Samsung released its largest capacity EVO Plus microSD card at 512GB capacity, twice the previous max capacity. Aside from having a massive capacity for a microSD card, the card has quoted speeds of 100MB/s read and 90MB/s write and uses Samsung’s 4-proof protection to withstand 72 hours in seawater, extreme temperatures, airport X-ray machines and magnetic fields.

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by Adam Armstrong

Western Digital Unveils 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC Card

Today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Western Digital Corp. (WDC) announced what it is calling the world’s fatest 1TB UHS-I microSD card, the 1TB SanDisk Extreme UHS-I microSDXC card. The new microSD card has higher capacity and higher performance for capturing and storing larger files. WD is showcasing the memory card at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

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by Lyle Smith

Samsung 512GB microSDXC EVO Plus Announced

Samsung has announced the new 512GB microSDXC EVO Plus, doubling the size of its previous highest capacity. It is designed as a premium storage solution for high-performing smart phones and other current mobile devices with microSD card slots. Just last week, Samsung indicated it has begun mass producing their 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1, which will be used in next-gen mobile applications.

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by Adam Armstrong

Lexar Releases New M.2 Line & A 1TB SD Card

Today at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Lexar announced its new family of M.2 SSDs, the NM Series. The NM series leverages SATA (III) interface for the NM200 as well as NVMe interface for the rest of the family. The company also introduced the Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I card with 1TB of capacity. Lexar will be exhibiting at this year’s CES, Las Vegas, Nevada January 8th – 11th.

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by Adam Armstrong

Lexar Announces 512GB A2 microSD Card

Lexar announced the largest A2 microSD card yet with the 512GB Lexar High-Performance 633x microSDXC UHS-I card. The card is ideal for high-end smartphones and mobile devices. Lexar will be demoing the card at PhotoPlus Expo held at Javits Convention Center in New York City, New York, from October 25th - 27th.

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by Lyle Smith

HyperX Gaming MicroSD Card Review

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology known for their affordable products (memory, headsets, and storage devices), have unleashed microSD cards catered directly to gaming use cases. The new line of  HyperX microSD cards are available in capacities 64GB, 128GB and 256GB and meet the UHS-I, CL10, Speed Class (U3), A1 performance requirements.

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by Adam Armstrong

HyperX Announces Gaming microSD Cards

Today HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology, announced new gaming microSD cards. The cards come in capacities of 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB. The new cards provide the capacity and speed needed for mobile gamers as well as those that enjoy the Nintendo Switch.

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by Lyle Smith

PCI-SIG and the SD Association Partner to Develop SD Express Memory

PCI-SIG and the SD Association have announced a partnership with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding to advance the new SD Express memory card as a component in the PCIe ecosystem. SD Express technology is equipped with both an SD legacy protocol and a PCIe interface, claiming transfers rates of up to 985MB/s. It is also backward compatible with existing SD hosts in the market.

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