Lexar introduced a microSD card with a capacity of 512 GB
Lexar is said to have introduced the world's largest flash microSD card, conforming to the App Performance Class 2 (A2) specification.
App Performance products are primarily designed to extend the built-in memory of Android devices. For class A2 cards, IOPS (I/o operations per second) should be at least 4000 and 2000 for reading and writing, respectively. A steady-state data transfer rate should be at least 10 MB/s.
The new Lexar high-Performance 633x microSDXC UHS-I card has a capacity of 512 GB. The declared speed of reading information reaches 100 MB / s, write speed — 70 MB/s.
Thus, the card is suitable for working with ultra-high resolution video materials and applications that actively exchange data with the storage subsystem.
The card has the dimensions of 11 × 15 × 1 mm. the temperature Range defined in the range from 0 to 70 degrees Celsius. The product is provided with a lifetime warranty.
The novelty will go on sale in the near future: you can buy it at an approximate price of $ 300. The package includes an SD adapter.
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