512 GB microSDXC: Amazon Spring 2022 offer, perfect for Nintendo Switch and Android

512 GB microSDXC: Amazon Spring 2022 offer, perfect for Nintendo Switch and Android

512 GB microSDXC

Amazon's Spring 2022 offers allow us to purchase a 512 GB microSDXC memory card perfect for Nintendo Switch, with adapter included. The reported discount is € 139, or 63%. function ready (fn) {if (document.readyState! = 'loading') {fn ()} else {document.addEventListener ('DOMContentLoaded', fn)}} ready (function () {window.addEventListener ('message', function (event) {let target_origin = 'https://aff.netaddiction.it'; if (event.origin! == target_origin) return; if (typeof event.data == "object" && event.data.hasOwnProperty ( "type") && event.data.type == "embaff") {let embed_id = event.data.embed_id; if (embed_id == '638') {document.querySelector ('#_ aff_embed_638'). setAttribute ('height ', event.data.embed_size);}}}, false);}) The full price indicated by Amazon for this memory card is 219.99 €. The actual price, however, never exceeded € 150. The current price is the best in months, only beaten by the price offered during Black Friday 2021. The product is sold and shipped by Amazon.

This 512 GB microSDXC memory card is compatible with Nintendo Switch and allows to install multiple games. Recall that the save data are instead installed only on the console. It is obviously also compatible with Android smartphones and tablets. The read speed is up to 160MB / sec while the write speed is up to 90MB / sec. This card is waterproof, resistant to temperatures, shocks and X-rays.

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Sabrent, Wise unveil world's first 512GB V90 SDXC cards for $600 and $800, respectively

If you’ve been waiting for a 512GB V90 Class 10 SDXC memory card, you now have two options to choose from. Within the past few days, both Wise and Sabrent have released 512GB UHS-II SDXC cards, which promise a V90 Video Speed Class, ensuring the cards never write slower than 90MB/s.

The two cards are nearly identical, with only a small difference in read/write speeds. The Sabrent 512GB card maxes out at 280MB/s and 250MB/s for read and write speeds, respectively, while Wise’s 512GB card offers slightly faster read and write speeds at 290MB/s and 260MB/s, respectively. These speeds are slower than other V90 cards on the market, but the 512GB capacity is double that of V90 SDXC cards offered by the likes of ProGrade Digital and Sony.

The slightly faster Wise cards will come at a much higher cost, however. Wise’s 512GB V90 SDXC card is expected to retail for $800, while Sabrent’s offering will undercut it by $200 for just $600.

Both Wise and Sabrent say their respective 512GB V90 SDXC cards will hit shelves next month. Sabrent has opened up pre-orders for its 512GB V90 SDXC card, while Wise’s offering doesn’t appear to be live yet.

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