For all the internal storage our phones come with, sometimes it’s just not enough and you’ll soon find yourself looking for something extra. However, if you really want to go big, SanDisk has revealed a brand new version of their 400GB microSD card, if that paltry 32GB isn’t enough for you.
Most photos are taken with smartphones these days and the last thing you want is to lose your phone and all of your precious memories. The typical route is to store your everything in the cloud but there are those who are worried about the potential security risks when it comes to online storage.
If cloud storage isn’t your thing, the SanDisk iXpand Base could be an alternative to keep your captured moments safe. You’ve probably seen previous iXpand products before but this version will backup your photos, videos and contacts as you leave your phone to charge overnight.
If you need to expand more storage on your smartphone, Western Digital has introduced new SanDisk storage solutions for both Android and iPhone users. For Android and mobile devices that use microSD, they have introduced its largest microSD card that has a whopping 400GB of storage in Malaysia. That’s double the capacity of its 200GB microSD card that was introduced in 2015.
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If you’re planning on upgrading your computer’s storage, Western Digital has introduced its latest SSD (Solid State Drives) lineup with 64-layer 3D NAND technology. On top of enabling higher storage capacity, 3D NAND offers better performance and greater reliability than current 2D NAND technology.
Still running out of space with a 256GB microSD card? Two years after introducing their 200GB microSD, SanDisk has doubled its mobile storage offering by announcing a newer option with a whopping 400GB. This is the highest capacity yet on a microSD card.
Yes, Apple is still selling 16GB iPhones and yes, these are probably the iPhones that many of you are currently using. Our office has two 16GB iPhones, so we understand your pain and the struggle that you go through every day just to make sure you don’t run out of storage. The good news is, the storage problems associated with a 16GB iPhone could soon be a thing of the past with SanDisk’s brand new iXpand case.
SanDisk‘s back with some brand new storage offerings, updating some of their popular devices with higher capacities and introducing a new USB Type C flashdrive for the mobile devices that will be sporting said port.
SanDisk launched the littlest big thing earlier this year by fitting a whopping 200GB storage capacity in a memory card the size of the fingernail on your pinkie.
The SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Premium Edition card is the highest capacity card currently available in the market. With a capacity of 200GB, the card can hold up to 20 hours of Full HD video or 1200 photos and is capable of 90MB/s transfer speeds. SanDisk has won multiple awards thanks to this card, and it’s apparently also water proof, shock proof, temperature, magnet and X-ray proof, if you happen to need to swap out your card while in an undersea volcano somewhere. It also comes backed with a 10 year warranty from SanDisk.
And if you want one, you get it now from Amazon for a very reasonable price of US$239.44 excluding postage and handling, that’s about RM900 at today’s exchange rate. There’s one slight problem though, I don’t know of any smartphone or tablet in the market at the moment that supports this monster of a microSD card.
In any case, if you must have one, check out the posting on amazon here.
Today SanDisk unveiled a handful of new storage offerings aimed at the mobile market, with three new mobile centric flash drives and microSD card. Since mobile devices are generating content every day and only have so much onboard storage, SanDisk decided to up the ante by releasing a 200GB microSD card to address those woes.
Apple has always been reluctant of providing any expandable memory slots for its iPhone and iPad. If you’re stuck with just 16GB of storage, SanDisk’s iXpand flash drive could be the solution that you’ve been looking for and it is finally here in Malaysia.
This is basically a thumbdrive with a full sized USB for your computer and it also comes with a pop-up lightning connector that plugs into your iPhone or iPad. This allows you to backup and transfer your photos and videos out easily.
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