If you’re feeling like you need more and faster memory, SanDisk’s latest CES announcement might be just that. SanDisk’s new 128GB Extreme SDXC UHS-I card aims to make storage issues a thing of the past for most users.
It’s crafted with the latest devices featuring burst-mode shooting cameras in mind, so it takes speed seriously - SanDisk actually says it’s the world’s fastest.
That UHS part of the name stands for Ultra High Speed class one and this translates into read and write speeds of up to 45MB per second.
With the boost in user created video and the current memory hungry 1080p video capturing cameras, that’s something you might well need even sooner than you think. It costs a pretty penny, though - the 128GB card retails for $399, while the 64GB version sells for $199.