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SanDisk Pro-Dock 4

SanDisk Pro-Dock 4 Review: The Best Card Reader for Professionals

Photographers and videographers who shoot large campaigns leave sets with a ton of data that needs to be ingested, backed up, and organized for editing. For successful businesses, one measly SD card slot on the back of a computer doesn't cut it. For them, a multi-card ingestion device is a must, and right now the SanDisk Professional Pro-Dock 4 is absolutely unbeatable in that department.

Lexar Unveils Ultra-Portable CFExpress Card Reader for Just $50

Being an early adopter of any technology usually comes with a hefty price tag, and CFExpress is no exception. The cards themselves are up to 3x to 6x more expensive than comparable SD cards, and the card readers out there can get pretty pricey on the high end. Enter Lexar.

Lexar’s Warranty System is Being Held Up by US Govt Approval

After shuttering its Lexar memory card business in June 2017, Micron sold the brand just 3 months later to the Chinese flash storage company Longsys and now Lexar cards are back from the grave. But Lexar is still waiting for US government approval, and the brand's warranty process is at a standstill because of it.

Lexar Memory Cards are Coming Back from the Dead

Back in June 2017, Micron announced that it would be discontinuing its entire Lexar removable storage business that included memory cards, readers, flash drives, storage drives, and more. A few months later, the Chinese company Longsys swooped in and acquired the brand. Longsys now says that Lexar will be returning from the grave.

Lexar Has Been Acquired by a Chinese Flash Storage Company

Back in June, Micron announced that it would be discontinuing its Lexar retail removable storage business, which makes memory cards used by photographers around the world. But now it looks like the Lexar brand will live on: it has been acquired by the Chinese flash storage company Longsys.

R.I.P. Lexar Memory Cards

If you're a fan of using Lexar memory cards in your cameras, there's some sad news for you today: they're being discontinued. Micron, the parent company of Lexar, is announcing that the entire Lexar removable storage retail business is being shuttered.

Lexar Unveils Super-Sized, Super-Fast 512GB CFast 2.0 Memory Card

If you're looking for the last memory card you'll ever need, Lexar is getting close with their new 512GB Professional 3500x series CFast 2.0 card. Announced earlier today, this card packs a combination of storage and speed that 4K shooters will find very appealing.

Behold: The Crazy Capacity of a 512GB Memory Card

If you don't mind shelling out $880 on a single memory card and putting all your eggs in one basket, you can buy Lexar's 512GB CF card (or SanDisk's 512GB SD card for $600). To give you a better idea of just how massive these capacities are, photographer Jared Polin stuck his 512GB card into his Nikon D4s and documented it in the video above.