PNY unveils 512 GB microSD, will show it off at Computex

Peter, 01 June 2018

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 unveils 512 GB microSD, will show it off at Computex

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.

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Reader comments

That's more memory than my laptop with SSD has.

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