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London-based memory specialist Integral Memory just unveiled the largest capacity for a microSD card packing a whopping 512GB, also classified as an SDXC UHS-I U1 card, Business Wire reports. The new 512GB microSDXC card has been performance tested with a range of smartphones and delivers up to 80MB/s transfer speed, while the card meets the […]
They may be tiny, but microSD cards pack a lot of storage space, and can be used with a variety of devices, smartphones and tablets included. SanDisk makes 400GB microSD versions, and Samsung has 256GB cards available. It’s probably just a matter of time before they launch their own 512GB microSD cards. Show More Summary
The laptop I’m writing this post on has a 512GB SSD in it. It’s more than enough room for all my files. My phone doesn’t have nearly that kind of capacity, but it […] The post Someone Crammed Half a Terabyte Into a microSD Card appeared first on Geek.com.
There's now a microSD card capable of holding over half a terabyte of data. Per The Verge, Integral Memory's new 512 gigabyte card exceeds the previous record holder, SanDisk's 400GB card, by over a quarter more memory. More »
Integral Memory has introduced a MicroSD card that breaks the records. It packs 512GB of storage, and for now, it’s the largest-capacity MicroSD card in the market. The maximum write speed of Integral memory’s new card is 80MB/s and the minimum speed is 10MB/s. Show More Summary
The Integral 512GB microSD is the new record holder for most storage in a microSD card. It's not as fast as SanDisk's card (100MB/s vs 80MB/s), but half a terabyte of storage is no joke.
The record for largest microSD card has been set again. UK company Integral Memory today announced a 512GB microSD card, which is officially the largest microSD card that’s been introduced to date. The previous record holder was SanDisk’s 400GB microSD [...]
It didn't take long for someone to topple 2017's microSD storage record. The UK's Integral Memory has unveiled what it says it the first shipping 512GB microSD card. So long as your device can handle microSDXC (most Android phones and tablets, as well as PCs like the Surface Pro), you too can have half a terabyte in the space of a fingernail. Show More Summary
Unlike iPhone and iPads, most Android smartphones and tablets have expandable memory via microSD cards, which can hold as much as 400GB of extra data. But what if the next Samsung flagship actually came with 512GB of built-in storage? Samsung announced on Tuesday that it has started mass-producing the industry’s first 512GB embedded storage solution. Show More Summary
The record for the highest capacity MicroSD card was smashed and surprisingly the card was not revealed by SanDisk, but rather by a company called Microdia – located just a few stands away at the Computex tradeshow. The Microdia Xtra Elite will use version 4.0 of the Secure Digital standard, meaning it will have an [...]Show More Summary
MicroSD cards are ridiculously, laughably, annoyingly tiny. (No, seriously: they’re small enough to be stolen by three slightly strong ants.) They’re about the same size of your baby fingernail, only with half a terabyte of storage now crammed in there. Read more...
Many Android fans love phones that come with microSD slots that allow them to significantly expand the internal storage of a device, even though certain smartphone makers aren’t willing to support them any longer. And many of those fans will be happy to hear that someone made a 512GB microSD card, though it’ll cost them a pretty penny. Show More Summary
How much storage can companies cram into the tiny, barely-there microSD card? Previously, we were impressed by Sandisk’s 200GB microSD card, but this just blows Sandisk out of the water. Microdia, a lesser known company, has debuted the 512GB microSD card. This card features [...]
Back during MWC Sandisk unveiled a 200GB microSD card with an estimated price tag of $400. While 200GB is a ton of storage space, it seems that Microdia has one-upped Sandisk with an even larger solution.
Looks like SanDisk's streak of pushing the boundary of microSD card storage has come to an end. One manufacturer attending the Computex tech show in Taiwan has revealed a 512GB microSD card.
There's a microSD card coming in July that will have 512GB of storage, but its price won't be on the cheap side. Even as internal storage on smartphones keeps increasing, the amount of space on microSD cards also continues to grow. This week, the California-based company Microdia announced plans to launch a microSD card with a new storage milestone: 512GB.
Even as internal storage on smartphones keeps increasing, the amount of space on microSD cards also continues to grow. This week, the California-based company Microdia announced plans to launch a microSD card with a new storage milestone: 512GB.
Just how much memory is enough? I suppose “one more GB” would be the apt answer, and hence, it makes perfect sense for Microdia to actually cram in a whopping 512GB into a solitary microSD memory card, now how about that for a technological...Show More Summary