SanDisk launches 128GB microSD card


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SanDisk just upped the ante with the launch of their seriously high capacity 128GB microSD card!

Low on-board storage has been plaguing smartphone users (especially budget devices) for as long as I can remember. The 128GB microSDXC tries to alleviate exactly that for you, but at a price. The class 10 128GB microSD go for about $200 apiece, which of course is expected to come down through the year.

SanDisk claim that their 128GB microSDXC can do speeds twice as fast as a regular microSD, which according to them translates to 10MBps (Megabytes per second).

With large-screen smartphones trending as much as they are, having one of these could be very handy. Movies, music and whatnot, all on-the-go. The price however, as previously mentioned, is a little steep for a microSD for now. The SanDisk 128GB microSDXC will be available exclusively at Amazon.com and BestBuy.com e-commerce portals.

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