News reaches us of a 512GB microSD memory card reportedly going on sale in July.
Memory card maker Microdia is set to begin shipping the card within months at a cost of around $1,000 (£655), reports technology news site CNET.
The Xtra Elite card will reportedly use version 4.0 of the SD standard, meaning there’s an additional row of pins to the ones found on standard cards, and feature data transfer rates of up to 300MBps – although the CNET report did say there weren’t any working samples for show.
The first photo above is taken from Microdia’s Facebook page, with information about the company’s stand at a trade show in Taiwan (which is where the CNET report was filed from).
The second photo shows what appears to be a 512GB microSD memory card from Microdia’s Instagram account.
But the news underlines the incredible developments that have been made when it comes to storage capacity, especially given that microSD memory cards are no bigger than the size of your fingernail.
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