The world’s first 200GB microSD card

During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, SanDisk announced their new addition: a 200GB microSD card, the first in the world.

This breakthrough capacity of 200GB means you never have to stop shooting, saving, and sharing. This durable microSDXC™ UHS-I card can hold up to 20 hours of Full HD video before you even have to think about moving anything to your PC. You can also transfer up to 1200 photos a minute.

200GB-Micro-SD-CardAs if all of this wasn’t enough the microSDXC card is built to perform in extreme conditions, it is waterproof, temperature proof, shock proof, X-ray proof and magnet proof. The 200GB Premium Edition is rated Class 10 for Full HD video recording performance and comes with a SD adapter and a ten-year limited warranty.

“Through SanDisk’s updated Memory Zone app users will have even greater control over their mobile device’s memory storage. In the Memory Zone app, users can engage the OptiMem™ app feature which monitors the phone’s memory levels to inform users whenever the internal memory falls below a user-defined threshold. Once this threshold is reached, the OptiMem app feature will automatically transfer some of their old photos and videos to their microSD card, leaving them with more internal memory to continue making memories. The app, available for free download from the Google Play™ store, is compatible with most Android-powered devices and allows users to easily locate, organize, transfer and back up data.”

The 200GB microSD card will be available for a price tag of $399.99.



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