While the Lexar 2000x was once one of the best UHS-II memory cards on the market, recently it seems like their quality control has slipped slightly since their acquisition by Longsys.
When it comes to value and bang for the buck they are often priced a little more competitively compared to the competition which still makes them a great choice. However, these 2000x cards don’t often make my recommendation lists as one of the best memory cards for cameras. Unless the budget is very tight, there are usually better options.
Lexar 2000X UHS-II Memory Card Sizes
The Lexar 2000x is available in three sizes – 32GB, 64GB ad 128GB.
|Memory Card Name||32GB||64GB||128GB|
|Lexar 2000x UHS-II||Amazon||Amazon||Amazon|
Real World Memory Card Performance
The Lexar 2000x UHS-II performs well with USB-C memory card readers in Windows 10, but I’ve yet to see it perform at it’s rated speeds and cards like the Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II are slightly faster.
|Memory Card Name||USB-C Read||USB-C Write|
|Lexar 2000x UHS-II 64GB||274.3 MB/S||224.0 MB/S|
The Lexar 2000x comes in three sizes with two file systems. The 32GB cards are SDHC cards and operate with a 32-bit file structure. The 64GB cards are SDXC and function with a 64-bit file structure.
Speed Class: U3 / Class 10
UHS-I / UHS-II devices
Limited Lifetime Warranty
UHS-II USB 3.0 Memory Card Readers
To take advantage of the quick read speeds of UHS-II memory cards be sure to get a great UHS-II card reader. These cards usually come with a USB3.0 reader but there are new USB-C readers on the market that often show better performance.
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