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SanDisk begins selling 1TB memory card for $ 450

If you are looking for a large amount of storage for your smartphone, have provisions to import and have a good amount of money left over, stay tuned: SanDisk finally started selling his memory card with no less than 1TB capacity.

The product has been out for sale since last month, but can now be found at online retailers such as Amazon and also on the manufacturer's own website. The price suggested? $ 449.99, about $ 1,798 in direct conversion to our currency at today's price.

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With this money, it is possible to buy a premium intermediate smartphone or even a more powerful Chinese model, such as the Xiaomi Pocophone F1. In addition, the value can also be used to buy a GoPro Hero7 camera and even an input drone such as DJI Ryze Tello. Even the Nintendo Switch, a console that uses memory card storage, can be purchased in Brazilian commerce with this value.

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The high price, however, is justified by the manufacturer through the specifications of its memory card. In addition to 1,000 GB of storage, SanDisk's microSD has the industry's leading certifications and brings 90 MB / s sequential read, 60 MB / s writing, in addition to support for Full HD recording and also 4K Ultra HD.

With all that power encapsulated in a sturdy, compact body, the product can even be used to store photos and videos on a smartphone, but has enough firepower for more robust tasks such as recording on surveillance systems, imaging with 360 drones or videos, which typically yield frighteningly large files.

For now, the 1 TB SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I Card is not yet available in the Brazilian market, but should eventually reach the country. In the meantime, check out more product information on the manufacturer's website.

And would you buy a 1TB memory card for everyday use or do you think the investment is not worth it? Leave your opinion in the comments!

Via: Engadget. [TagsToTranslate] memory card