Like its predecessor, the Wireless Stick lets you transfer files to and from iOS and Android devices. It can also stream music or videos to up to 3 devices at once, and lasts up 4.5h per charge. Comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Following on its 128GB microSD card, SanDisk outdoes itself with the first 200GB microSD card. That’s enough space 20h of 1080p videos. As always, it’s water-, magnet-, X-ray- and shock-proof. Drops this year for $400. Just don’t lose it.
Previously maxed out at 64GB, SanDisk has expanded its Extreme Pro UHS-I memory cards with 128GB, 256GB and a mind-boggling 512GB SDXC capacities, with up to 90MB/s write and up to 95MB/s read speeds. Your move, Lexar.
SanDisk managed to cram a whopping 128GB of storage in its newest microSD card, way more than the capacity of most smartphones, tablets or digital cameras. The card is also water-, magnet-, X-ray- and shock-proof.
The Wireless Flash Drive lets you transfer files and stream media to multiple mobile devices or computers without the need for an Internet connection. It’s the same size as a normal flash drive and lasts up to 4 hours per charge.