If you’re feeling squeezed for house in your favourite machine, SanDisk simply introduced your thumbnail-sized salvation. The new SanDisk Ultra microSXDC USH-I crams in an astonishing 400GB of storage, prompting the corporate to declare it the “world’s highest capacity microSD card.” Hot rattling.
You might bear in mind Microdia saying a 512GB microSD card in 2015, but it surely by no means really launched.
Stat time: SanDisk says the 400GB Ultra microSDXC card ($250 on Amazon) can maintain as much as 40 hours of 1080p video, with a Class 10 score that allows you to seize high-def pictures and movies, too. The card gives switch speeds as much as 100MBps and meets the A1 App Performance Class specification, which implies it could load and run apps lickity-split should you’re utilizing it to spice up a cellular machine’s storage.