Memory Card

You can now buy Sandisk’s 200 GB microSD card on Amazon

You can now buy Sandisk’s 200 GB microSD card on Amazon

At MWC early last March, Sandisk wowed the crowd with what we thought is the highest capacity microSD card so far. Well, it can still cling to that title for now, as it is truly the highest capacity microSD card available in the market. Yes, Sandisk has finally made its 200 GB microSD card available and one can buy it on Amazon already. But while the little card is ready to store thousands of photos and hours of footage, do be aware that you will be paying twice as much for it.

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Microdia has a 512GB microSD card you probably can’t afford

Microdia has a 512GB microSD card you probably can’t afford

SanDisk may have just unveiled their crowning glory at Computex, the 200 GB microSDXC card, but already they have some tough competition, depending on how you look at it. On the same Computex floor, a company called Microdia is flaunting a microSD card that has more than double that capacity. Yes, welcome the 512 GB microSDXC card. This one is set to go out in July if everything goes well for Microdia, but it is going to carry a prohibitively expensive price tag that very few consumers will be able to afford.

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SanDisk debuts new 200GB microSDXC card

SanDisk debuts new 200GB microSDXC card

It's the first day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and things are already heating up. The latest mobile device manufacturers are showcasing the hottest technology that they've been dreaming up all year. Today, SanDisk unveiled a new microSD memory card. It remarkably holds 200GB on a microSD card. SanDisk also introduced two other products which alternately focused on endurance and convenience.

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Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Mobile devices and digital cameras are getting more capable and more sophisticated these days, but one thing that prevents them from really taking off is data storage, in particular the issues of sizes and speeds. That is why manufacturers like Kingston are always trying to push the limits of their products. This latest batch of cards, both in microSDHC/SDXC and regular SDHC/SDXC forms, not only boasts of ultra high read and write speeds, they also now come in double the usual storage space, reaching 128 and 256 GB.

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Moto G microSD expansion? Not so fast

Moto G microSD expansion? Not so fast

Since the first announcement of the Motorola-made smartphone Moto G, there’s been chatter about the possibility of expanding its internal memory. This week a teardown of the machine has gone the extra mile in figuring out if indeed this smartphone would be able to work with a microSD card though its official specifications for the public suggest that this is impossible. The first big clue came in the suggestion that one piece of its internal configuration was hiding a microSD card inside.

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Lexar 64GB microSDXC has 600x transfer speeds

Lexar 64GB microSDXC has 600x transfer speeds

Lexar produces a wide range of flash storage devices including memory cards for virtually every smartphone camera that you can imagine. The company has unveiled a new impressively high-performance micro SDXC memory card aimed at enhancing mobile video capability. The card promises transfer rates as high as 600x.

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