SanDisk's first 1TB micro-SD card can now be purchased

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Death_Lord Master Guru

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    I agree, technology doesn't stop to amaze me when I compare it to just 15 years ago.
     
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    i think my phone will have an orgasm
     
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    You've written SDHC in the article, it's SDXC (SDHC only goes up to 32GB)

    Edit: I just realised... this is my 1000th post!
     
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    That’s a pretty reasonable price considering the size... There’s definitely an “early adopter tax” factoring into that price but I was thinking it could have been as high as $500-600.
     
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    Good for Switch owners if they have deep pockets that is. And users who own them high end 4K and 8K cameras.
     
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    Man go back to 80's and 90's and show em this telling em this has 1tb storage nobody would believe you!
     
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    i built a music server in '96... a "massive" 140 gig on seven hdd in RAID. now my keychain thumbdrive is bigger.
     
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