We've been hearing about 1TB SD cards for a couple of years now, with SanDisk showing off a prototype card back in September 2016.
In fairness to Lexar its been pretty good at driving SD memory card capacity forward, having been the one of first to the market with a 1GB SD card some 15 years ago. As a comparison, the 512GB version costs US$209.95 (about RM858.69) while the 256GB card is going for US$109.95 (about RM449.69).
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Lexar's 633x line of SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards run the gamut from 16GB all the way to its new flagship offering, the 1TB behemoth listed at $499.99.
Lopez added that Lexar's new 1TB SD card "offers a solution for content creators who shoot large volumes of high-resolution images and 4K video". Lexar, a brand which Micron made a decision to kill but then got a second life thanks to Chinese company Longsys, is now willing to sell you a 1TB card. The card also sports respectable read transfer speeds of 95MB/s per second, so you don't need to wait that long to get your files onto the computer and actually use them.
The convenience doesn't just come from the space though.