This 256GB microSD Card Might Be Faster Than Your Hard Drive
This 256GB microSD Card Might Be Faster Than Your Hard Drive

The new 256GB microSD card from Adata might be faster than your hard drive. It can deliver the write speeds of up to 260MB/s and read speed of up to 275MB/s.

This 256GB microSD Card Might Be Faster Than Your Hard Drive

The external storage with microSD cards has always helped us by providing extra storage space that we needed so badly. Existing microSD cards can go all the way up to 256GB of additional storage.

MicroSD card manufacturers are adopting new standards just to make sure consumers buy cards that are fast enough to use in latest devices. However, Adata had just unveiled a microSD card that is faster than anything else available right now.

This 256GB microSD Card Might Be Faster Than Your Hard Drive
This 256GB microSD Card Might Be Faster Than Your Hard Drive

The new microSDXC card from Adata is so fast that it can even rival some solid state drives out there. AnandTech had spotted the card at CES 2017, and the 256Gb microSD card can deliver the write speeds of up to 260MB/s and read speed of up to 275MB/s.

The new 256GB microSD card from Adata is based on 3D MLC NAND technology from SK Hynix, and the card uses the UHS-II bus. Not only these, but the new card also carries Class 10, U3 and V90 labels means that the performance of the card will not drop below 90MB/s.

This microSD card is not intended to use in the just Android phone, and it will even support on camera, computers and other electronics. Adata haven’t yet announced anything regarding the pricing for this particular product. So, we have to wait for some more to find out the price of the microSD cards.

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