This Wednesday (28), Samsung launches a microSD card with speeds very close to SSD. The new models, called SD Express, are designed to meet artificial intelligence demands with local processing.

Samsung points out that the new high-speed memory card is the result of “successful collaboration with the customer” to create a personalized product. The product reaches up to 800 MB/s in sequential reading; This is, for example, four times faster than UHS-1 cards (200 MB/s) and 1.4 times faster than SATA SSDs (560 MB/s).

To ensure greater integrity for the storage device even at a reduced size, SD Express is built with Dynamic Thermal Protection (DTG) technology. This feature optimizes temperature management on the microSD card, ensuring security during more intensive sessions.

Samsung microSD USH-1

Another launch this Wednesday was UHS-1 microSD up to 1TB. This new device promises very high storage capacity, but read/write speeds are not specified.

According to the South Korean manufacturer, the new model surpasses the “most stringent tests in the industry” as a reliable storage option for the most intense scenarios, including water protection, extreme temperatures and drop resistance.

Samsung has also introduced a microSD card with a capacity of up to 1TB (Image: Samsung/Description)

Price and availability of Samsung microSD cards

Samsung did not announce the price or when the new models will be available. However, the company said that the high-speed 256 GB SD Express model will be available later this year, while the 1 TB UHS-1 microSD will arrive in the third quarter.

Source: Tec Mundo

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