MWC 2016: SanDisk Launches USB Type-C Flash Drive, New MicroSD Cards

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MWC 2016: SanDisk Launches USB Type-C Flash Drive, New MicroSD Cards

In the midst of cell phone and tablet dispatches, SanDisk Corporation at the progressing Mobile World Congress 2016 exchange show propelled its SanDisk Ultra USB Type-C streak drive for mobiles, tablets, portable PCs, and other perfect gadgets. The organization additionally dispatched two new microSD cards.
The SanDisk Ultra USB Type-C Flash Drive is accessible to purchase from Amazon and other driving retailers. The new drive comes in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB models at $19.99 $29.99, $49.99, and $79.99 individually.
The new glimmer drive conveys exchange paces of up to 150MB every second, making it the organization’s speediest and most astounding limit USB Type-C advertising. The SanDisk Ultra Type-C Drive includes a thin outline and is likewise perfect with SanDisk Memory Zone application for Android, which is accessible to download from Google Play.
“We hope to see numerous new USB Type-C bolstered gadgets discharged in 2016,” said Dinesh Bahal, VP, item promoting, SanDisk. “As more customers buy ultra-versatile PCs, cell phones and tablets that component this new, more progressed USB standard, it is basic to offer a complete biological community of good items. New offerings, similar to our SanDisk Ultra USB Type-C Flash Drive, will give customers the capacities they’ve generally expected from conventional Type A ports, however with the additional advantage of better execution.”
The organization also dispatched two new microSD cards – Extreme Pro SDXC – with exchange paces of up to 275MB every second. The cards will come in 64GB and 128GB models and will be made accessible in the Q2 of this current year. While the 64GB adaptation is evaluated at $179.99, the 128GB variation costs $299.99.

“Activity cameras are presently the quickest developing portion in computerized imaging and automatons are turning out to be progressively mainstream, making an open door for individuals to catch all the more high-limit, fantastic 4K Ultra HD content,” said Dinesh Bahal, VP, item promoting, SanDisk. “We planned this card particularly to address purchasers’ requirements for a quicker arrangement while exchanging gigantic records – and now, with almost 3x the rate of our speediest microSD UHS-I card, this new offering drastically diminishes time spent exchanging content.”

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