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SanDisk officially launches its 1TB microSD card

Maybe you’re a first adopter or you just want more mobile storage. We have news for you. The SanDisk 1TB Extreme microSD card is now available on SanDisk’s store and it retails for US$449.99. As expected, you will be paying a hefty price for something like this. The Extreme lineup of microSD cards claim 160MB/s read speeds and 90MB/s write speeds. If you take a lot of 4K video, this would be a good investment. But it’s important to check if the device you plan to use it on is compatible. You don’t want to spend all that money on something you won’t be able to use.

Source: The Verge


Toshiba to bring rapid-fire photography to smaller cameras with new microSD cards

Toshiba is looking to help out owners of small mirrorless cameras (or even smartphone users) to shoot faster with new microSD cards. The new storage cards meet UHS-II specs, meaning it matches the performance of fastest full-sized SD cards, and has write speeds that are eight times faster than Toshiba's previous microSD line. It can help users take burst photos easier and even possibly support 4k video recording without hitches. Toshiba has provided 32GB and 64GB samples to different chip and gadget manufacturers to test out.

Source: Engadget


Video: Sandisk launches new SD Cards, USB storage and Memory Vault Products

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Sandisk has launched a long list of of new storage solutions for photographers, tablet users (Cruzer Fit) and folks who need an archival solution (Memory Vault) good for 100 years. These are all part of the company's Capture, Share and Preserve end to end storage solutions. Hit jump for the full press release.

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