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ProGrade Digital CFexpress Gold Type A in 240GB and 480GB capacity announced

Jan 19, 2024
John Aldred

ProGrade Digital has announced two new CFexpress Type A memory cards (buy here). They’re part of ProGrade’s Gold series cards, which typically offer better value…

Lexar is first out of the gate with CFexpress 4.0 Type A cards for Sony cameras

Jan 12, 2024
John Aldred

Lexar has announced its newest CFexpress memory cards at CES 2024. Both cards meet the new CFexpress 4.0 specification, offering double the speeds of previous…

Nextorage releases its fastest CFexpress A cards to date

Dec 21, 2023
John Aldred

A little over a year ago, Nextorage released what was at the time, the world’s fastest CFexpress Type B memory cards. Now, they’ve targeted Sony,…

Pergear launches new “Prime” CFexpress Type B cards up to 4TB

Nov 22, 2023
John Aldred

While the rest of the world is starting to announce new CFexpress 4.0 cards, Pergear’s staying where they are. CFexpress 4.0 far exceeds the needs…

ProGrade CFexpress 4.0 transfer Blazing 3.4GB a second

Nov 16, 2023
John Aldred

ProGrade Digital has announced its newest CFexpress 4.0 cards. Unlike their first CFexpress 4.0 announcement, though, these ones are a bit more reasonable in price…

Symbols on SD Cards and their meaning

Nov 7, 2023
Sagiv Gilburd

If you were planning on getting yourself a new SD card, you are probably wondering: what on earth all of these numbers and symbols on…

ValiDrive: Spotting fake memory cards made easy

Nov 2, 2023
John Aldred

Fake storage devices are rife these days. We can go search sites like AliExpress, eBay and even Amazon and find many obvious fakes. Some, however,…

OWC joins the CFexpress 4.0 train with its new Atlas Pro and Ultra cards

Oct 12, 2023
John Aldred

Other World Computing (OWC) has announced its new Atlas Pro (buy here) and Atlas Ultra (buy here) CFexpress 4.0 cards. The new CFexpress 4.0 spec…

ProGrade Digital first to announce CFexpress 4.0 cards with 3.4GB/sec transfer speeds

Sep 5, 2023
John Aldred

After the announcement of the new CFexpress 4.0 standard by the CompactFlash Association, we’re already seeing the first cards and devices being announced. It looks…

CFexpress 4.0 announced – Doubles current card speeds up to 8GB/sec

Sep 4, 2023
John Aldred

CFexpress 4.0 means that CFexpress Type A cards for Sony shooters now have a theoretical maximum transfer speed of up to 2GB/sec, falling in line with CFexpress 2.0 Type B cards. Type B also doubles, offering a hypothetical 4GB/sec.