SanDisk Takes MicroSD to 32GB

By  |  Monday, March 22, 2010 at 11:13 am

More CTIA news: SanDisk has announced that it’s shipping the world’s highest capacity MicroSDHC card. It’s a 32GB model, big enough to let any phone with an SDHC slot match the memory of the highest-capacity iPhone 3GS. As usual for a new high-end memory card, it’s pricey in terms of the cost per gigabyte: SanDisk is offering it for $199.99, but the company will also sell you four 8GB ¬†MicroSD cards for a total of $120. If history is any indication–and it is–the 32GB cards will get cheaper, especially once 64GB models (which require slots compatible with the newer MicroSDXC standard) arrive and claim the maximum-capacity bragging rights.



2 Comments For This Post

  1. Benj Edwards Says:

    I can’t wait for the 32 TB version.

  2. Hamranhansenhansen Says:

    > MicroSDHC
    > 32GB
    > $199.99

    Or you can get a 32GB iPod touch for $299.

    I definitely like Apple’s approach to storage better. I’ve had 32GB in my iPhone for almost a year now. In a few months we will likely see 64GB iPhones and 128GB iPod touch with camera connection kits.