SanDisk Introduces a 1TB microSDXC Card 

Claiming it’s the world’s fastest 1TB microSDXC card, SanDisk has introduced a card with read speeds up to 160MBps and write speeds up to 90MBps (30MBps minimum).

SanDisk said the new UHS-I microSDXC card, priced at $449.99, is rated at Video Speed Class 30 (V30) and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) card with the SD Association's A2 specification.

SanDisk said the card is shockproof, waterproof, X-Ray proof and capable of operating in temperatures between -13 to 185-degrees F. It comes with an SD card adapter. 

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