Groups Similar Look up By Text Browse About



Similar articles
Article Id Title Prob Score Similar Compare
135480 TECHCRUNCH 2019-5-15:
You can now buy a 1 terabyte microSD card
1.000 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135429 THEVERGE 2019-5-15:
SanDisk’s 1TB microSD card is now available
0.952 0.610 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135392 ENGADGET 2019-5-15:
You can finally buy the first 1TB microSD card
0.981 0.598 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135200 THEVERGE 2019-5-14:
The Xbox One S is still almost $100 off at Walmart
0.413 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135035 THEVERGE 2019-5-13:
Lenovo’s new ThinkBook line offers ThinkPad-level features at a lower price point
0.307 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135641 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-16:
Magic: The Gathering’s War of the Spark Chronicles brings a story-based event to Arena
0.303 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135245 TECHCRUNCH 2019-5-14:
India’s largest mobile wallet company Paytm now offers a credit card
0.299 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135443 TECHCRUNCH 2019-5-15:
India’s ride-hailing firm Ola is now in the credit card business, too
0.291 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135605 THEVERGE 2019-5-16:
Sony’s super tall Xperia 1 flagship will be available on July 12th for $949
0.287 Find similar Compare side-by-side
134927 THEVERGE 2019-5-13:
How to choose the right portable SSD
0.270 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135454 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-15:
Apple’s iOS 12.4 and watchOS 5.3 betas will add support for Apple Card
0.269 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135082 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-13:
NBA 2K19 dunks past 9 million copies
0.266 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135540 THEVERGE 2019-5-16:
Amazon gives its Fire 7 tablets more storage and speed for the same price
0.255 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135043 ENGADGET 2019-5-13:
Korg is working on a new DIY digital synth, no soldering required
0.253 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135593 THEVERGE 2019-5-16:
Sprint’s first 5G phone will ship on May 31st
0.253 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135051 THEVERGE 2019-5-13:
The Xbox One S with a disc drive costs $50 less than the disc-less model
0.250 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135210 THEVERGE 2019-5-14:
The OnePlus 7 Pro isn’t alone — meet the OnePlus 7
0.248 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135668 ENGADGET 2019-5-17:
Gmail's log of all of your purchases pops up in the privacy debate
0.247 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135619 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-16:
Sprint will launch 5G on May 31 in 4 cities with LG V50 and HTC 5G Hub
0.245 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135449 THEVERGE 2019-5-15:
DJI Osmo Action hands-on: GoPro should be worried
0.242 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135236 THEVERGE 2019-5-14:
You can now use Apple Pay for iTunes, App Store, Apple Music, and more
0.242 Find similar Compare side-by-side
134997 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-13:
Rage 2 hands-on video — the beginning of a long-awaited, crazy shooter
0.239 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135098 ENGADGET 2019-5-14:
Apple Pay can be used for iTunes, App Store and Apple Book purchases
0.236 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135272 VENTUREBEAT 2019-5-14:
The Division 2’s 8-player raid Operation Dark Hours launches May 16
0.232 Find similar Compare side-by-side
135608 THEVERGE 2019-5-16:
Buying the Google Pixel 3A will get you a $100 gift card, but not for much longer
0.232 Find similar Compare side-by-side

1

ID: 135480

URL: https://techcrunch.com/2019/05/15/you-can-now-buy-a-1-terabyte-microsd-card/

Date: 2019-05-15

You can now buy a 1 terabyte microSD card

Remember when the idea of having a terabyte of storage was just mind-blowing? Now theyre packing a terabyte onto a card the size of your pinky nail. In news that would have made teenage mes head pop, SanDisk is now selling a 1 terabyte version of its Extreme microSD line for $450. The company first talked up these cards at Mobile World Congress back in February, but now theyre actually hitting the shelves. As Toms Guide spotted, its available on SanDisks site as of this morning. Read speeds cap out at 90MB/s, while write speeds are capped at 60MB/s. SanDisk has a product page indicating that a faster ExtremePro card (170MB/s read, 90MB/s write) is on the way, but they dont give any indication as to when. Once upon a time, the idea of having (much less needing) a terabyte on something that fits in a tiny slot on a device in your pocket seemed funny. Then came 4K video, portable devices that can record in 4K and an ever-growing library of games with absolutely massive textures. Filling up a terabyte isnt quite the challenge it used to be. To anyone reading this in 2099 and laughing at our amazement at cramming a terabyte of storage onto a card this size while youve got a copy of every movie ever recorded stored in a strand of hair or something: you and your personal rocket ship can scram. If youll excuse me, Im going to go have a nightmare about losing a dime-sized card with a terabyte of data on it.