Samsung Electronics has been a leader in the electronics industry for more than 30 years. Since the introduction of their first television in 1970, this Korean company has grown to become one of the world’s leading electronics manufacturers, offering everything from tiny semiconductors to large home appliances. Samsung is no stranger to the storage industry either. Along with an assortment of DVD and Blu-ray Disc drives, the company offers both hard drive and flash based storage solutions for the portable and desktop computer markets.
It’s been a number of years since Samsung launched its current line of SD and microSD cards. Since then, the company has continued to deliver new memory cards with faster speeds and greater capacities. This past fall, Samsung introduced a new and improved version of its standard-size EVO Plus SD card. Available in four storage capacities, ranging from 32GB to 256GB, this UHS-I memory card provides transfer speeds of up to 130MB/s, making it ideal for both enthusiasts and casual users who want dependable and responsive performance for day-to-day usage.
The EVO Plus has also been designed with maximum durability in mind and features Samsung’s seven-proof protection. In addition to