The Lexar 2000x is one of the best UHS-II memory cards on the market. It almost always performs slightly faster than other UHS-II memory cards like the Sony G or the Sandisk Extreme Pro. Unfortunately, Micron, the parent company of Lexar has discontinued the brand. Lexar memory cards will become increasingly more difficult to find and we may also see a discontinuation of their warranties.
The real loss here is Lexar made the best UHS-II memory card readers.
Lexar 2000X UHS-II Memory Card Sizes
The the Lexar 2000x is still available in two sizes – 32GB, and 64GB.
|Memory Card Name||32GB||64GB|
|Lexar 2000x UHS-II||Amazon||Amazon|
Real World Memory Card Performance
The Lexar 2000x UHS-II performs well with USB 3.0 memory card readers in Windows 10, but I’ve yet to see it perform at it’s rated speeds.
|Memory Card Name||USB 3.0 Read||USB 3.0 Write|
|Lexar 2000x UHS-II 64GB||272.7 MB/S||244.5 MB/S|
The Lexar 2000x comes in two 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 reader that supports UHS-II. The Lexar SR2 is one of the best I’ve tested so far.