SanDisk 400GB microSD Card

Oct 12, 2017

Category: Tech

If there’s one thing we can say about SanDisk, it’s that they keep managing to build smaller and smaller data storage devices with greater and greater capacities. And it never ceases to impress. Their latest release, similarly, is a bit mind-boggling: a microSD card with 400 gigabytes of onboard storage.

For reference, a microSD card – which are used primarily in smartphones and other mobile devices – is about the same width and height as the tip of your index finger (give or take). And this one has enough digital space to store roughly 52,000 HD photos. In fact, that’s a record-breaking capacity – double the previous, which was, unsurprisingly, also held by SanDisk. It also comes with a 10-year warranty from the brand and offers transfer speeds of up to 100 megabytes per second (approximately 1,200 photos per minute). And you can get one now for $250.

Purchase: $250

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