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"Do NOT support UHS-I" means they don't support the higher-speed microSD modes. UHS-I cards are require to work in non-UHS bus microSD slots. It means that it'll work, just not anywhere close to the rated speed for the card.
Is there a similar product that takes 10 USB flash drives and convert it to one SSD ?
They released an actual real 1tb micro sd card now yall should redo this vid wil all 1tb micro sd cards
You got any use for those MicroSD cards now? I would love to put them to use :) I can send my address if you want.
Nada mas por qué el otro es negro te está ganando pero tus videos son lo mejor.
I mean, this would be great if you have a lot of SD cards laying around, which is entirely possible nowadays.
Hey I wonder how this would hold up in a ps4 pro.
"Special K" I see what you did there.
About MicroSD memory chips, would the companies revile SLC, MLC, TLC, QLC models out there? I would be interested to know if these new 256gb microSD chips are QLC, i know I have stored stuff on older chips for years... but what about 512GB or bigger? rention issues etc...
I like the Idea but I don't like the design. I am trying to find a board that will allow me to connect multiple SD Cards in a swappable housing. I have the 10 Card readers and I want to make a device that will save data on each Disk. I think I will have to setup a switch to jump from disk to disk.
soooo you can have a 10 tb ssd
isn't this just an automatic RAIDer?
Great! Bad SSD Performance 5 years ago plus probably data failure, if only one of ten cards fails.
What a weird piece of kit. Use case.. I guess you could have 10 color coded SD cards that only you know the order of that together contain an encrypted partition. And you could give those sd cards to 10 different people if you really wanted to keep some data safe. That's so cartoonish and arbitrary though.
Was it even better than hard drive
Wast of time and money
Did anyone noticed that at Techquickie video What Happens If You Don't Shut Down Your Computer Properly?. The linus on this chanel almost everytime at updating Windows or at 8:03 turns off the pc with a swich on the power supply. :D
0:49 sounds like 5 minute crafts
It's perfect for secure transfer of physical media. You scramble the order of the microSDs and ship them in a couple of different packages. You get 10 tb of data that cant be read unless you have all the SDs and know the order they fit in with few million combinations.
This is cool in a weird sort of why bother way.