PNY unveils 512 GB microSD, will show it off at Computex
Integral unveiled a 512 GB microSD earlier this year, but some competition will be good. PNY has sent out invites for Computex 2018 and it will be showing a 512 GB card of its own. The card is UHS-I U1 and V10 rated, promising write speeds up to 90 MB/s.
The PNY 512 GB microSD will cost $350, so it should be competitive with Integral’s offering (available in the UK for £330). With such a capacity, you can store up to 100,000 18 MP photos or record up to 80 hours of 1080p video.
PNY will also show off the Elite-X portable SSD, which will offer sequential speeds of 800 MB/s write and 660 MB/s write over USB-C 3.1. It’s physically tiny, but will come in capacities from 240 GB to 960 GB.
- 07 Jun 2018
That's more memory than my laptop with SSD has.
- 04 Jun 2018
What applies to one person usually doesn't to everybody else. Personally I'm doing fine with my 128GB card but I can definitely see the usefulness of a much bigger card. For instance people who use Plex, people insisting on bringing their entire musi...
- 04 Jun 2018
Most of the user backup there data in their HDDs. SD card has the higher failure rate than HDDs. I think 64 GB or 128GB is enough for phones and backup the data whenever it is possible because SD cards can be corrupted easily. Majority of the ...