More than seven months after it was unveiled, the world’s first 1.5 terabytes appeared micro sd cardAnd MTSD1T5ANC8MS-1WT from Micron, landed almost fine. A few tech wholesalers have listed the card known as the i400 on their website and depending on how many you need and what region you’re buying from, customers may have to wait at least four months. MouserAnd Arrow and Avnet (in addition to its affiliates FarnellAnd NewarkAnd Item 14) had already listed it with Newark being the cheapest in Newark, only $420.53, which is the price which includes free delivery.
Buy at least 12,000 of them to see the price drop to $381 (with a total cost of over $4.5 million), which isn’t a bad price for 18 petabytes (yes, that’s a petabyte) of solid-state storage that should weigh no more than 4k. grams (without packaging, of course). In case you were wondering, this microSD card costs about the same as a 0.125 carat diamond ($1.1 million per kilogram).
Equally important is the data on these cards, so keep in mind that a microSD is smaller than a fingernail. We recommend that you back up your data with a file cloud storage solution (although you won’t find any Free cloud storage can do 1.5 terabytes).
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Micron was the first to come out with a 1 TB card. the C 200 It’s about four years old and the average price – and relative availability – of 1TB MicroSD cards has only improved in the past few months. But how long 1.5TB will remain king of the hill remains anyone’s guess; Kioxia unveils the 2TB Exceria Plus The prototype returns in September 2022, but while an initial 2023 launch has been hinted at, it will likely depend on market conditions (ie if there is enough demand for it).
For those interested in purchasing it, just keep in mind that it has a formatted capacity of 1,430,511MB. Samsung and Kingston, two of the largest solid-state storage vendors, have yet to release microSD cards with a capacity of 1TB or higher.
At the time of this writing, it was The cheapest 1TB microSD card is the Silicon Power model at $87.99, about a third of the price of a terabyte of Micron’s i40. Amazon has many others Fake 1TB microSD cards in his market and this endemic problem has not yet been resolved. If you buy a microSD card, make sure it’s one of these 14 brands: Samsung, Kingston, SP/Silicon Power, Teamgroup, Sandisk, WD, PNY, Lexar, Inland, Gigastone, Patriot, Transcend, Amazon Basics, and MicroCenter. We will not trust anyone else.