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Reviewed: Samsung Evo MicroSD (128GB)

Samsung Evo MicroSD (128GB) Retail Front

After we took a look at all the microSD’s from the 64GB, the next consumer category that is up and rising is the 128GB category. Right now, it is limited to mainly this 3 brands: Lexar, SanDisk and Samsung. Samsung is the last of the 3 big brands to put their offerings onto the market, and they have released this under their Samsung EVO line, which is their mid-range or rather, lowest end offering for the microSDXC series. Continue reading

BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite Edition Launched in Singapore

BlackBerry Porsche Design Graphite Black @BlackBerryClubs

One month after the launch in Hong Kong, the BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 Graphite Edition has finally landed officially on our shores. Available from Porsche Design Boutiques since last Thursday, this finishes up the range of the 3 generations of BlackBerry Porsche Design devices. Like the P’9981 and P’9982 Black editions, the P’9983 wields similar specification to its standard counterpart, though with an addition of fine Italian Leather battery door. Continue reading

Reviewed: Lexar High-Performance UHS-I 633x microSDXC [128GB]

Lexar High-Performance UHS-I 633x microSDXC [128GB] retail packaging

After we took a look at all the microSD’s from the 64GB, the next consumer category that is up and rising is the 128GB category. Right now, it is limited to mainly this 3 brands: Lexar, SanDisk and Samsung. After SanDisk released their 128GB, they had close to no competition until Lexar joined in the fun. Slotted into their highest end series, its a stark contrast to the competitors who put it into their lowest end series. Continue reading

Reviewed: Sandisk Ultra MicroSDXC [128gb]

After we took a look at all the microSD’s from the 64GB, the next consumer category that is up and rising is the 128GB category. Right now, it is limited to mainly this 3 brands: Lexar, SanDisk and Samsung. SanDisk was the pioneer in this category, being the first to release their line of 128GB microSD card offering (and more recently, 200GB). Released under the Ultra series, which is their lower end of the microSD offering for microSDXC cards, the card itself costs over $100 and is more than 3x the cost of a 64GB SandDisk Ultra microSD card on street value, how worthwhile is this card in terms of performance? Continue reading

Winners For Our microSD Giveaway!

The variety of microSD cards

It took quite a while for us to complete this whole microSD testing campaign, but now that it is over, its time to giveaway the prizes! Back in September last year, we mentioned we have one microSD (64GB) to give but over this period, it has multiplied to five, (comprising of 1 x SanDisk Extreme, 1 x Samsung Evo, 1 x Kingston UltimateX, 2 x SanDisk Ultra)! Find out if you are one of the lucky winners! Continue reading