SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card and iXpand flash drive
SanDisk Company launched SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card and iXpand flash drive at MWC 2017 conference which was held in Barcelona. With the recent launches, we can say that SanDisk is trying to expand their microSD card business throughout the world.
Nowadays most of the Smartphones has sufficient inbuilt memory storage, and some of these products support storage space extend up to 2TB. To meet the latest Smartphone user’s requirements, SanDisk which is famous for their microSD cards and flash drives are now making the High storage space memory cards for Premium branded phones.
Apart from the SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card, SanDisk also launched a 256GB SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive and SanDisk 256GB Connect wireless stick at the Barcelona Technology conference with a price tag of $279.99.
SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD Features
The all new SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card delivers a maximum speed for ultimate performance and reliability. It will be available in markets and e-commerce sites from late April with a price tag of $200.
If you have a DSLR camera, Extreme microSD card supports a 4K Quality Image and Ultra HD video qualities. The transfer speeds are incredibly amazing, and you can get both read and write transfer speeds up to 95Mb/sec which enables you to transfer your data easily.
SanDisk 256GB Extreme microSD card is built to deliver A1 class performance, and the company also claimed that it could able to manage the random inputs/outputs (IOPS) of 1500 and it can write IOPS of 500 per second. SanDisk also claimed that IOPS feature would help the users to open application quickly and accessing multi-task applications easily.
4K Ultra HD Ready
As we said the SanDisk Extreme microSD card supports 4K Ultra HD quality, there is a UHS video speed class 30 technology which lets you capture the uninterrupted 4K Ultra HD and Full HD videos. This feature will be more useful for professional video recorders, events like Sports and other fast moving activities which require a lag free recording without dropping the frames.
SanDisk iXpand Flash 256GB drive
The all new SanDisk iXpand Flash 256GB drive is designed to help users to easily and quickly free up their iCloud storage in iPhone, iPad, and other Mac products. This flash drive only supports Apple products, as it is specially designed to give more storage for Apple users.
There are a flexible Lightning connector and a USB 3.0 port, which allows you to transfer your photos and videos between the Apple products with more than 100MB/sec. And another best feature in the iXpand Flash Drive is, it automatically backs up your camera roll and social networking stuff from the flash drive via iXpand Flash Drive app.
SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick
SanDisk is introducing wireless transfer between Apple products using SanDisk connect wireless stick and SanDisk Connect app7. So if you have a SanDisk Connect wireless stick with you, you can quickly transfer your massive amount of storage with your iPhone or iPad devices.
The user should set a password for wireless connectivity stick, so whenever a user wants to transfer the data just go to the SanDisk Connect app7 and connect your Apple products using password, it will create a Wi-Fi hotspot which can be useful for transferring the data without any wired connectors.
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