Tag Archives: SDHC

PNY Pro Elite SDXC Card Review (64GB) – A New Standard in 4K UltraHD

Without a doubt, the most common downfall of SD cards is the lack of understanding the consumer has with respect to class levels.  Most buy cards for price only, not realizing how this might benefit them at times when they are really pushing their camera to its limits.  The demands of today’s newest cameras, and even today’s smartphones capable of …

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Lexar Professional 2000x SDXC UHS-II Card Review (64GB)

A little over a year ago we were able to take a close look at a new breed of SD cards thanks to SanDisk releasing the world’s first UHS-II SD card, the SanDisk Extreme Pro. The standard was so new, besides the Fujifilm XT-1, no other camera even supported the form factor at the time. In September Lexar finally released …

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Samsung EVO SDHC UHS-1 U1 Card Review (32GB)

Segmented into three series are Samsung’s newest line of SD cards; their naming scheme following their SSD offerings with the Pro and EVO designations. We recently reviewed the 64GB microSDXC version of their highest end Pro and were very impressed with its market leading performance. Following their Pro series, Samsung released the EVO series and Standard series cards. Today we …

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Patriot EP PRO 32G SDHC Card Quick Look

It has been some time since Computex and I definitely owe an apology to Patriot as I happen to find this great little card lying around the office today and definitely deserves  a bench or two. It is the Patriot EP Pro 32GB Class 10 SDHC card and, being a Class 10 card, this is definitely the card for full …

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