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WD-owned SanDisk, one of the leading brands when it comes to storage accessories and solutions for PC’s, professional cameras and smartphones, have officially announced the first SD card that can store up to 1TB of data. The new capacity option is aimed at users who are using cameras to record UHD resolution videos such as 4K, and even 8K resolutions.
The device goes by the name as “SanDisk 1TB SDXC”, which indicates that the card will probably be able to achieve over 90MB/s write speeds and recording at UHS Speed Class 3 which is essential for UHD based high-quality video formats such as XVAC 4K at 60p, AVCHD and more. Companies such as Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony have already started to release DSLR’s that’s capable of UHD video recording, so it’s the right time that SanDisk unveiled the new memory card.
For now, the card is to be still in prototype stages. Local availability and prices are yet to be known.