While the C200 has speeds topping out at 100 MB/s for reads, and 95 MB/s for writes, the Sandisk Extreme card offers read speeds up to 160MB/s, with a write speed of 90 MB/s.
Both flash memory cards are Application Performance Class 2 (A2) certified for smooth running of applications if you choose to use your apps from the external storage. And the cards should also live up to the Extreme name, being shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof and X-ray-proof.
It seems that nearly everything needs a microSD card to get the best out of these days.
Not one but two storage providers unveiled 1TB microSD cards at the Mobile World Congress, including SanDisk and Micron. Details on the Micron card price haven't yet been revealed, but stay tuned, as we'll report back with that information as soon as it's made available. However, if you do not need this much storage space and are in no mood to splurge, you can go for the $199.99 512GB variant.
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If you are among the folks who lament the lack of microSD cards with 1TB of storage capacity, now is the time to rejoice. The SanDisk Extreme UHS-1 microSDXCcan reach data read speeds of up to 160 MB/second or about 70 percent faster than the older UHS-1 microSD cards. SanDisk has committed to launching its card in April, and it's already available for pre-order from SanDisk's web site.
Micron's 1TB offering will launch in Q2 with pricing TBA.