At least three well-known suppliers of NAND flash-based products — ADATA, PNY, and Team Group — are gearing up to start selling their 512 GB microSDXC cards next month. The products will offer similar performance-related specifications and will certainly not be cheap. However, with 512 GB microSDXC cards available from multiple suppliers, their prices will not hit the ceiling due to competition. The 512 GB microSDXC cards from PNY and Team Group use the SD 3.01/UHS-I bus to deliver up to ~90 MB/s data transfer rate. The cards carry the Class 10 and UHS Speed Class U1 badges that which guarantee that they support at least 10 MB/s minimum sequential writing speed, which is enough for taking pictures and FHD videos. In fact, specifications of...
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