Accessible in capacities from 32GB to 256GB, the new EVO microSD line is intended for industry pioneers searching for performance-driven storage on their smartphone, in addition to experts who manage high-resolution photography and other media documents. Unsurprisingly, the revamped EVO Samsung MicroSD cards are one of the best £-per-GB proportion alternatives available; an element which makes it to a great option to students, at last, an awesome all-rounder.

As opposed to the cliché, straight and restricted blog article, we thought we’d blend things up in this one, giving you uncommon understanding into a typical day for the universal EVO microSD.

I am the Student

My day begins traditionally with me resenting how long I have managed to stay asleep. I have an incredible ability to sleep, oversleep and then sleep some more. Thank goodness for late starting lectures… I managed to cram in three and a half hours of work, however, still three and a half hours of work too little. As if waking up before 10 a.m. wasn’t already a bad start to my day, my laptop battery reaches two percent… instantly regretting the 14 episodes of Inbetweeners I binged watched at 2 a.m. last night… Bingo! My new EVO MicroSD is capable of handling this, the high performance-driven storage is perfect for handling the 4GB file. With the half-finished project uploaded onto my smartphone, I trot off up to university, munching on last nights leftover subway, happy as Larry.

I met up with a few friends and after lectures made the quick dash back to go to my tutorial. Tutorials are most definitely my favourite part of the ‘University experience’, I utilised the Micro SD’s 100MB/s & 60MB/s read & write speeds respectively in order to jot down any important notes throughout. Thankfully, the full-Size adapter for use in Cameras and Laptop/Desktop Computers gave me the opportunity to debate my ideas on the SMARTboard to the rest of the class. After what was a particularly productive tutorial I (uncharacteristically) avoided the library in favour of a ‘lemonade’ at the local student theatre of dreams (the pub), filming my mate in 4K UHD, make a fool out of himself in front of the University heart-throb.

I finally got home and after unpacking the shopping I began some work due for later on in the week. I retired to the relative mess that is my room, lying vertically in my bed, of course, redrafting my CV straight off the high-speed Samsung EVO MicroSD card. After some tiring philosophical debates with my mother via the mobile Skype app, I listened to a lecture I had missed, watched some recorded TV, played some music, checked the calendar for tomorrow and then falling asleep at around 1 a.m., questioned the lack of loading bars… perhaps using my Smartphone with the Samsung EVO MicroSD card isn’t so bad after all.

I am the Photographer

We’re always up early, to wend our way through that heavy London rush hour traffic, jam-packed with Kit and industrial-strength coffee. Picking which Micro SD card to use wasn’t hard, I usually go for the best all-rounder, the Samsung EVO MicroSD card.

Individuals who work in the corporate world are busy and ‘important’. Regularly they aren’t really busy or important, yet this is the picture that a considerable lot of them get a kick out of the chance to depict to the world. Consequently, you’ll rarely get more than 10 minutes with each of your subjects in this sort of scenario, hence why the read and write speed of the Samsung EVO MicroSD, 95 MB/s and 90 MB/s respectively is perfect for such corporate situations.

The 4k images supported by the huge 256 GB from the Samsung EVO MicroSD, made directing and moving subjects into flattering angles for their body and face shapes even easier. Most of the time we grin courteously at the subject who believes it’s okay to make progressively improper remarks to both my right hand and myself as we’re both female, while furtively imagining the camera associating soundly with his head.

Next, we begin to inspect the photos. As the photos have already been converted over from RAW documents utilising the SD connector included, and the lighting was set up accurately, it’s typically only an instance of resizing the pictures and trimming to suit.

Back to the office to export high-res images to Dropbox, again using the SD adapter to import into my proofing app for sales session scheduled at 8 p.m. Import images into app thanks to the Micro SD’s 95 MB/s and 90 MB/s read & write speeds, and do some sample wall designs and pick out a song for the slideshow.

Looking for a vacant memory card for the following shoot isn’t hard, the Samsung EVO MicroSD card 256 GB memory is sufficiently vast to hold more than 30,000 pictures. It really is the perfect all-rounder.

In correlation with cards of comparative class, this is ultimately the best-priced card from an outstanding brand name, whilst at the same time offering an unrivalled experience. It’s safe to say that Samsung has begun to create a serious dent in the memory market, inclusive of all demographics.

Are you looking for a memory card? Head to our website now to view our full range of Samsung EVO microSD cards
Brad Rose

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