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It’s still as small as a raisin but the memory it can house is unmistakably gargantuan.
SanDisk, one of the most trusted technology brands in the world, has recently added one more product to its current roster: 1TB SanDisk Extreme.

SanDisk’s 1TB Card can be utilized as memory storage for various devices including mobile phones, digital cameras and even drones

Now, you can capture and preserve memories as much as you want without having to fret about long transfer time or space restrictions.

Compared to its competitor Micron which also introduced its C200 1TB MicroSD in the Mobile World Congress, what sets SanDisk’s 1TB flash card is its speed.

Micron’s C200 1TB MicroSD has a 100 MB/s reading speed and a 95 MB/s for writing. While SanDisk’s 1TB MicroSD card has a write speed of 90 megabits per second and a 160 megabit per second for its read speed, making it the swiftest in the world yet.

Although a majority of buyers are looking for a mobile device with high definition camera feature or long battery life, there are some who put a lot of weight on the memory capacity of their phone or a secure digital (SD) card.

1TB and 512 GB cards will be made available to the market in April.

And here is SanDisk answering to that call.

Aside from the large memory a 1TB MicroSD card can hold, SanDisk is also launching a flash card with 512 gigabytes of memory capacity. These flashcards allow consumers to transfer and access files nearly half the times than the current memory cards in the market.

Based on some expert’s standpoint, a 1TB SD card can hold up 183,104 photos with 16-megapixel captured using a Digital Single-Lens Reflex camera and up to 18,304 compressed 16-megapixel images shot by the same camera model.

SanDisk’s 1TB Card can be utilized as memory storage for various devices including mobile phones, digital cameras and even drones.

Both of SanDisk’s ingenious 1TB and 512 GB memory cards will be made available to the market this April 2019 and both are not pocket-friendly. With a price of $449.99 and $199.99 respectively, consumers might have to spend more to save more.

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