The march of technological process will stop for no one. Not only have prices for microSD cards fall significantly over the last year you can get a 16GB card for food prices at McDonalds – but more capacity is available . SanDisk began with the first 1TB microSD card in the world this year, and is now finally sent to consumers.

The product in question is quite fast, until microSD cards go. It promises to read speeds up to 1

60 MB / s and write speeds up to 90 MB / s. The A2 rating means that applications installed on the card should run reasonably well, even though our real life tests on other A2 cards are not a good experience.

Not really a reason for anyone to buy one of today's cards, unless you really need to have a lot of 4K movies stored offline on your phone, or if you want to download hundreds games for your Nintendo Switch. If you still want it, you can buy a card from the links below.