MicroSDXC: Cheapest 1TB MicroSD Card Now Available! But Shockproof Card Has a Catch

Right now, the cheapest microSD card is available at Amazon for only $169.99. The new Silicon Power 1TB Superior MicroSDXC card was claimed to beat the likes of Sandisk 1TB Ultra, both in terms of specs and pricing, setting a new world record for the lowest priced memory card.

The Cheapest MicroSD Card Has Been Launched! Here Are Important Details You Should Know About MicroSDXC

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It also comes with a USB C 20,000mAh portal charger. The manufacturer’s deal is really a great one since the charger itself is worth $40 when purchased alone through Amazon U.S. As of the moment, the largest online retailer is selling the new microSD card across the globe. However, it is doing it in a slow phase.

There are also additional import and shipping fees once you buy it through Amazon. If you want to know more about the MicroSDXC card, here is some important information you should consider.

How good is the new MicroSDXC card?

The new card’s very high capacity is a part of its superior family of products. It comes with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3), a five-year warranty, and Video Speed Class 30 (V3) specifications.

The Cheapest MicroSD Card Has Been Launched! Here Are Important Details You Should Know About MicroSDXC

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The card’s manufacturer claims that the new product has speeds of up to 80MB/s on write and up to 100MB/s. These great features make the new microSD card a good card to save 4K content.

However, here’s the catch. Techradar reported that you need to reformat it to exFAT to benefit from speed improvements. On the other hand, the card is expected to be temperature-proof, X-ray proof, waterproof, and shockproof.

As of the moment, tech giant manufacturers, such as Kingston and Samsung, haven’t released any confirmation yet if it’ll also release their first 1TB microSD cards. Since these two companies are known for their high-end products, there’s a high chance that they can beat the new microSD card.

How to choose the best microSD card

According to Digital Trends‘ latest previous report, there are certain things you need to consider before buying the best microSD card that will suit your needs. Picking among the most popular brands can be quite difficult since they all offer great deals and specs. To help you with that, here are some important things you need to check before purchasing one.

  • Know first if you’ll use it for saving high-memory files or just videos and pictures.
  • Always check the speed class ratings
  • Check if you need an SDHC or SDXC type
  • Don’t forget to check the microSD card’s application performance class
  • For more news updates about other computer accessories, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.


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