Surface Fans, I plan on buying a Surface Pro 4 next weekend. Since I'm not a heavy user I'll probably get the $999 128gb version. I see that it takes a micro sd card and I wanted to buy one this weekend with all the deals going on.
I see several brands that have 128gb cards for around $40 which sound great. However when I'm reading reviews I see that the 128gb cards are slow and for speed you need to get either a 32gb or 64gb. For simply storing files, pictures, videos, etc does speed really matter or is speed more relevant for digital cameras. Value wise it makes sense to get a 128gb version but with them apparently being slower would it be best for a 64gb card? Just looking for fast and smooth performance.
Versatile data visualization. R-Studio can show data on the disk either as a real folder/file structure or as files sorted by their extensions, or Creation/Last Accessed/Modification times. File Sorting. Found files and folders can now be easily sorted by the original structure, file extension or file creation/modification time. The Preferred Speed field determines how fast data will be copied to the CD. To determine what speed you should use, check the label of the CD—it will be listed as a number followed by the letter X (i.e. If the number on the CD is higher than any of the other listings in the Preferred Speed field, select the Maximum Possible option.
Any of you have experience with the subject?