Lexar Announces First 1TB SDXC Card, Overtakes Pioneer SanDisk

Lexar has unveiled a 1TB SD card that is going into the market, however, no official information as to when or for how much.

The 1TB 633x SDXC UHS-I card is not a technical marvel, being only UHS-I instead of the faster II but still tops out at a read speed of 95 MB/s, which makes it a great choice for 4K and high-speed 1080p video or fast RAW capture.

 

SanDisk was the first company to announced the first 1TB SD card way back in 2016 but that card will seemingly remain a prototype forever whereas Lexar say their card is going on sale.

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