Memory card performance than SSD hard disk is better, you believe it? This is not unusual, in May this year the CF Card Alliance developed the CFexpress 2.0 standard, supporting PCIe 3.0 x2 and NVMe, the theoretical speed of up to 2000MB/s. The CFexpress card is split into three criteria, Type A, Type B, and Type C.
SanDisk’s first release in early September is the CFexpress B-type memory card, its size, physical interface and XQD card exactly the same, the use of PCIe Gen 3 x 2 bus and NVMe 1.2 protocol, interface theoretical bandwidth reached 2000MB/s, CFexpress 2.0 is the easiest and most likely popular standard.
Vjdi Extreme Pro CFexpress B memory card has 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacity, the slowest 64GB reading and writing speed also has 1500MB/s, 800MB/s, medium capacity 12 8GB, 256GB version of the same reading and writing speed of 1700MB/s, 1200MB/s, and 512GB version of the reading speed reached 1700MB/s, close to the interface limit, write speed is also 1400MB/s.
SanDisk Extreme CFexpress started selling only on Amazon in the UK, France, Italy and Spain, and will be available in Japan from December 18, with 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB selling for 16800, 22800, 44800, respectively. 79,800 yen, equivalent to 1073, 1457, 2862, 5098 yuan, and is tax-free, this is a professional user-oriented memory card price is really amazing.
In addition to the memory card, SanDisk has also introduced the Extreme Pro CFexpress reader, USB-C connector, USB 3.1 Gen2 standard, with a maximum rate of only 1250MB/s, a 2-year warranty, priced at 7,800 yen, or about 498 yuan.