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    SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    World's largest capacity, combined with up to 100MB/s transfers, and A1 rated performance.
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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    Holy moly!

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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    So whats the Ultra Plus version then? Apart from it saying V10 on it instead of U1

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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    A new high capcity card usually means the lower capacity cards get relatively cheaper as they are no longer the benchmark standard for highest capacity so i look forward to 128GB and 200GB cards heading that way.
    Does anyone still buy and use lower capacity cards as in 16GB and under?

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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    most smartphones only support 128 or 256 gb cards. good to see the storage increase.

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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    I wonder what the write speed is?? Isn't that more important for recording?? A1 indicates a minimum of 10MB/S which is slow!


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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    Quote Originally Posted by silent View Post
    most smartphones only support 128 or 256 gb cards. good to see the storage increase.
    Agreed - but my need for storage keeps going up too!

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    Re: SanDisk launches its Ultra 400GB microSD UHS-I card

    Quote Originally Posted by Myss_tree View Post
    Does anyone still buy and use lower capacity cards as in 16GB and under?
    Nope. My lowest capacity is 64gb but I think I lost a 32. I don't need to buy any more at the moment, it's plenty for occasional photos + FLACs.
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