Are numbers important? The way I see it, sometimes, you will just have to go and ask her for it assertively. As Wayne Gretzky once said, “You miss one hundred percent of the shots you don’t take.” No wait… that is not the number I am talking about. So let’s start this paragraph over again. Are numbers important? Of course they are. At the same time, we must understand numbers do not necessarily tell the whole story. Remember when people thought higher clock speeds always meant faster processors, more megapixels meant better camera picture quality, and more watts meant better sounding speakers? (Okay, maybe some of these still apply today, but you get the idea.) But just because numbers do not tell the whole story, does not mean they do not tell at least a part of the story. In the age where the cell phone in your pocket has the same resolution as the high definition TV in your living room, and the same device can capture videos at the same resolution as your high end dSLR from just a few years ago, sometimes, we must play the numbers game a little bit. Otherwise, we will still be watching “studio quality” shows captured in 640×480. As we begin to move from 1080p to 4K, it is absolutely crucial for us to realize in every evolutionary step we take in the technology world, it is never one thing that changes. Instead, it is a combination of many items that allow us to make progress. Imagine this: You have just bought a brand new 4K capable camera. You turn it on, and as soon as you start recording, the buffer runs out, and it stops. It was then you realize your SD card cannot write the data fast enough. Imagine the disappointment on your face! Therefore, to keep this hypothetical scenario from happening, today, we will take a look at the Kingston UHS-I U3 64GB SDXC card. Promising a whopping 90MB/s read and 80MB/s write, is this the card to buy for all your Ultra HD needs? Read on to find out!