Integral unveils 512GB microSD card, coming this February

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United Kingdom company Integral Memory today announced a 512GB microSD card, which is officially the largest microSD card that's been introduced to date.

Integral's 512GB card is rated UHS-I Class 1 and meets the "video speed class" V10 specification, meaning it has the necessary 10MB/s write speeds to support Full HD video on smartphones and other devices. Manufactured by Integral Memory, this is the largest (capacity) microSD card you can get, trumping even SanDisk's 400GB microSD card.

Besides Android phones and tablets, Integral sees a growing role for larger capacity microSD cards in drones, action cams, home security cameras and dash cams. We'll let you know what we think when we do. Well, for more research materials I guess? By inserting the card into a compatible microSD slot, users will be able to store content on it such as photos and videos.

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"Consumers have been clear in their call for increased storage, as mobile devices have become essential to many in everyday life", commented James Danton, marketing manager, Integral Memory. It is created to increase the storage capacity of Android devices and tablets, as well as, other forms of consumer tech including action cameras, drones, DSLRs, etc. Included with card is a microSD card adapter, a protective case, and a five year warranty.

Integral Memory's 512GB microSD card will be available to consumers sometime next month in February.

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