SanDisk is a company known for their memory products, like flash drives, memory cards, and so on. However, the company has since unveiled the Ixpand Wireless Charger Sync which as the name implies, is a wireless charger, but it also seems that the device comes with a built-in hard drive.
For quite a while, one of the reasons why HDDs were favored over SSDs is due to storage size limitations. This is because in the early days of the SSD, they were considerably smaller compared to HDDs, making them less than ideal if you have a lot of files. Plus, the prices of SSDs back then were also considerably higher.
Ubergizmo’s Best of IFA AwardsEditor's Pick
IFA is officially going on until Sept 11, but if you haven’t had time to follow all the IFA news, our Best of IFA 2019 is what we want you to take away from this show. These are the products that caught our attention for their quality, novelty, usefulness, or daringness.
Wireless chargers are typically not an exciting topic to cover as they differ only in maximum charging Wattage and price. However, WesternDigital/Sandisk have found the intersection between charging and backups, and this could save your data without requiring any effort.
Western Digital’s SanDisk announced the launch of its first 1TB microSD card at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in February this year. The company had said back then that it would begin selling the microSD card in the next couple of months. If you’ve been waiting for it to arrive, rejoice, because you can now purchase it from the company’s website.
Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2019Editor's Pick
With 5G and foldable phones entering the market in 2019, this year’s Mobile World Congress was full of excitement, but not all products are created equal, and some are more eye-catchy than others. Here’s what we think is worthy of your attention, in no particular order.
#CES2019 – The thing about external storage is that usually they act as backup devices as most users would typically prefer to edit their photos, videos, and audio directly from their computers. However SanDisk has recently taken the wraps off their latest SSD in the form of the SanDisk Extreme Pro Portable SSD which boasts read speeds of up to 1GB/s.
Ubergizmo’s Best of MWC 2018Editor's Pick
Mobile World Congress 2018, the world’s biggest mobile telephony trade show is closing today. We had a great time looking at the new technologies and products. Here are the very best products of MWC 2018, in order of appearance:
To cater to the growing demand for increased mobile storage, SanDisk today announced the launch of the “world’s fastest” UHS-I flash memory card. The company unveiled its 400GB SanDisk Extreme UHS-1 microSDXC card at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. The new card has been designed to help customers move content faster than ever.
[CES 2018] If you’d rather not carry around an external hard drive and want something small that can fit in your pocket or hang on a keychain, then you might be interested to learn that at CES 2018, SanDisk has announced a couple of new flash drives in the 1TB and 256GB variety, which they are claiming to be the world’s smallest.
Have you ever found yourself wondering whether or not an SD or microSD card will be capable of working in sub-zero temperatures? If you’ve ever thought about that, you should see what the new high-speed Automotive and Industrial lineup of SD and microSD cards from SanDisk are capable of. As you can probably imagine, these cards are meant for specialized applications. They work in extreme temperatures for a long period […]
#IFA2017 – Another IFA came and went, and long with it hundreds of products were launched and demonstrated. It was a fantastic show, but it can be overwhelming. We picked what we think was the best product that debuted, and in no particular order, here are the Best of IFA 2017:
#IFA2017 – Back in the day, memory cards could not store much data on them, and those that did were pretty damn expensive. Fast forward to today and it’s a different story where we can buy microSD cards with a few gigabytes for pretty cheap, although it looks like the folks at Western Digital are pushing the envelope with their latest offering.
Western Digital today announced the launch of two new SSD lineups. It’s not surprising even though Western Digital is best known for its hard drives. That’s because the company acquired SanDisk for $19 billion last year, and SanDisk has quite a lot of experience in making SSDs. The two lineups are branded under Western Digital and SanDisk each and are the first SSDs to be based on SanDisk’s 64 layer […]
SanDisk has expanded its lineup of A1 or App Performance Class 1 microSD cards at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. These cards have been developed with adoptable storage in mind so they promise faster app performance as compared to their competitors. SanDisk has launched the Extreme 256GB memory card as part of its App Performance Class 1 microSD card lineup.
SanDisk iOS flash drive is a very handy tool when you need to transfer document and media from an iOS device to a PC. It has already been available with up to 128GB of storage but the company today announced at the Mobile World Congress 2017 that it’s adding another storage tier to its iOS flash driver which will now be available with an impressive 256GB of storage.
[CES 2017] If there is one advantage that Android devices have over iPhones is the support for expandable storage. OEMs can choose if they want their phones to support memory cards like microSD, which means that on top of the native storage, users can expand it further cheaply and use it to store songs, videos, photos, and more.
[CES 2017] Flash drives are incredibly handy as they tend to be small, so keeping one on your person all the time isn’t that troublesome. This means getting files and transferring files to and from another computer is pretty easy, but if you’re the type that needs fast read/write speeds, then SanDisk might have something for you.
While external hard drives have no problem hitting the 1TB limit, it is a different story when it comes to memory cards. Sure, over the years we’ve seen them increase in storage size, but now it looks like SanDisk might have taken the cake by unveiling a 1TB SD card, which they are calling the world’s first.
Western Digital, SanDisk’s parent company, today announced the launch of what it claims to be the world’s fastest 256GB microSD card. The intended purpose of this microSD card is recording and saving 4K footage from smartphones, drones, action cameras, and similar products. It has got enough storage onboard to tackle all of that, and then some.