SanDisk released first ever 512GB SD Memory Card, the official price is set to $725.
Sandisks Lots of digital cameras and smart phones were rolled out the market nearly a decade ago. Still back then, most of the cameras and phones had come with the memory card slots along so that the devices could gather more pictures or songs. SanDisk Corporation, founded in 2003; and to this day known to be the one of the memory-card manufacturing giant.
They launched 512MB memory card which was a natty piece of technology to have at the time. Fast-paced 11 years and Sandisk now launches its newest 512GB memory card. That’s actually true; the SD can now grasp half a terabyte of data. The company can now legally declare that in the identical physical size, it has enhanced memory a thousand times.
The latest memory card, named as “SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card” and is just 15mm by 11mm along with a read speed of 95Mb/s and a write speed of 90Mb/s. Such features make it a UHS Speed Class III spec interface, claiming it has the capability of recording 4K-videos, as well as high-definition rupture photography. This isn’t seems astonishing that Sandisk be set to advertise the creation to videography and photography professionals intending to record 4K-video at 3840×2160 pixels, which does certainly need huge memory space.
SanDisk pledges that the SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card is shockproof, x-ray proof, and waterproof. It also has a large range of working temperatures, like others in its line.