This 512GB MicroSD Card Has Been Launched at Computex 2015 Which Will Cost You An Arm and a Leg

    Californian based Microdia has unveiled 512GB Xtra Elite microSDXC UHS-II card at the Computex 2015 Conference in Taiwan. This beats SanDisk 200GB microSDXC UHS-I card to become world's highest capacity microSD card.

    This 512GB MicroSD Card Has Been Launched at Computex 2015

    Further, this card comes with data transfer rates of up to 300MBps, which is three times faster than the SDXC 3.0 UHS-I standard.

    Moreover, other smartphone manufacturer's have mentioned earlier about the external storage, which can support up to 2TB.

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    Coming to the price point, the Microdia 512GB Xtra Elite card will cost around $1,000 (approx Rs. 64,059) and will be available in the market from July.


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