A couple of weeks back, SanDisk launched a new line of Class 10 UHS-I microSDHC / microSDXC cards targeted at performance conscious consumers. When describing the cards, SanDisk’s director of retail product marketing Susan Park said, “The SanDisk Extreme microSDXC card allows users to do more with their devices…Our high-performance and high-capacity microSD cards enable consumers to take advantage of the high-quality HD video and imaging capabilities in the latest 4G smartphones, tablets and action cameras." With up to 80MB/s read and 50MB/s write speeds, the new SanDisk Extreme microSDXC cards should easily be able to handle the needs of users taking photos and videos on today’s mobile devices, be it a smartphone or tablet or even a high-end camera. And with capacities up to 64GB, the cards offer plenty of storage space too...
SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card Review
MAN I love tiny cards with a huge amount of data. Seeing pictures of devices the size of a car holding 1MB blows my mind. We are so spoiled now. Can't wait for 1TB SD cards!
Last I saw mobile phones limited the memory sizes coming from these cards. My previous phone could only handle 16gb extra. Did they increase this recently?
I would love this in a camera or a 3DS, but they use mostly standard SD cards I thought. I think trending towards these smaller cards is in the works though/hopefully.
These cards are crazy goog. Have one in my tablet, it never lags and transfers quick as all hell!
Excellent performance, it needs to be priced a bit lower though, I recently purchased a Sandisk Ultra 64gb Microsd for £33, will stick with that until the new ones decrease in price.
SD cards are great. Durable, portable, spacious...they've got so many advantages over other media options.
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