Lots of gadgets, like TVs and cars, have exciting announcement events where companies point out impressive new features and stand-out specs. With memory cards, however, things are rarely that exciting.
Every new card is a tiny little chip covered in a seemingly random collection of letters and numbers. Just last week, Sandisk (which is owned by storage mega-giant, Western Digital) introduced a super-fast version of its 400 GB MicroSD card. There’s a lot of complicated stuff on that card considering that it fits on the face of a dime.
Here are some terms and tips to help you sort through all the jargon that surrounds these little cards that act like buckets for our digital content.… Read More