Lexar is getting stronger and ramping up their product lines in the SD card and microSD card market in a big way, introducing new SD cards such as the 512GB 1000x (150MB/s read speed) SD card coming next month (or by November) and here also showing their 1TB SD card and microSD cards which might also reach the market shortly (depending on the exact pricing and demand depending on their price). Lexar can also bring 1TB at the 1000x (150MB/s read speed) type. It all depends on the demand but as advances in 3D memory keep advancing, hopefully the price and performance of these 1TB cards will be attractive for people to buy. I would personally really like to see more devices even smartphones come with more than 1 microSD card slot, I'd even like to be able to use 4 microSD card slots in a phone in some kind of RAID configuration that increases the speed and adds redundancy to my data. Same thing for cameras, I am only interested in new cameras that have at least 2 SD card slots in them (thus the new Nikon and Canon mirrorless cameras are not usable for me). I think perhaps also it would be nice to see some Chromebooks and other types of ARM Powered laptops (like the Windows 10 on Snapdragon laptops) come with more than 1 MicroSD or/and full sized SD card slots, for example to fit 4 SD card slots in one of those and have them run in RAID for speed and redundancy. Thus you could add 4TB to your Chromebook like that (3TB with one level of redundancy) or 3 SD or microSD card slots for redundant 2TB. Lexar is also showing their 3500x CFast up to 512GB capacity, 1066x CompactFlash up to 256GB, 2000x SD UHS-II 300MB/s up to 128GB capacity (for now), 1000x 150MB/s SD (512GB model coming by November), 633x microSD (A1 targetted for applications on phones) currently up to 256GB on the market (but them showing that 1TB prototype to show what's coming), 1000x microSD up to 256GB, 1800x microSD up to 128GB. Lexar also shows their Professional Workflow line HR1 is USB3.0 and HR2 is with Thunderbolt 2 which includes the card readers for every card type. Lexar also announces their new NS100 and NS200 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s) Solid-State Drives (SSD) series, for use in laptops and desktops for faster start-ups, data transfers, and application loads with read speeds of up to 550MB/s, NS100 is available at $29 (120GB), $49 (240GB), $89 (480GB), and the NS200 is available at $79 (240GB), $109 (480GB).