Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

Lexar reveals the first 1TB SD card you can actually buy

Lexar reveals the first 1TB SD card you can actually buy

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. Lexar announced the world's first commercially available 1 TB SD card at CES earlier today. Now, it's been beaten to the punch by Lexar's Professional 633x line of SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards, which have capacities ranging from 16GB up to 1TB. This new card is made for professionals, serious camera folks who constantly fill up SD cards shooting lots of photos and videos all day in the highest possible quality, so they don't need to keep track of so many cards.

Lexar says its new memory card has been extensively tested on more than 1,100 digital devices.

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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.

The Class 10 UHS-1 standard and offers V30 video performance (which simply means it can sustain at least 30MB/s continuous video recording). Sadly, this is a full-size SD card, so it's too big for smartphones.

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It's pricy - considering you can snag two 512GB cards for less than $300 at times - but that doesn't make us want it any less.

But all that convenience comes at a cost, of course.

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