How To Get A SanDisk Extreme Plus SD Card SanDisk Extreme Plus

The Sandisk Extreme Plus memory card range offers a pedigree in flash memory cards, but the question is - what to do with all that extra storage? Many people use memory cards of one form or other with their phones and cameras, but they often fail to realize that the little card they've paid no attention to has a whole host of uses of its own. If you're looking to get the most from your extra storage then, here are some uses you may not have considered.

The SanDisk Extreme Plus microSDXC card comes in a typical clamshell casing accompanied with an SD adapter all held in by thin cardboard. The cardboard part has information printed all over it including the name of the product, the speeds, and all the 'proofs' it has (water proof, shock proof, etc). The contents inside include the microSDXC card itself, an SD adapter, a small information paper, and a RescuePRO Deluxe software download.

The SanDisk Extreme Plus card looks the same as previous microSD cards with the rectangle shape that has some notches in the bottom. The front of the card has a red stripe on the top half with the SanDisk Extreme logo, and a gold stripe on the bottom half with the capacity and the form factor printed in this case 64GB and micro SDXC, respectively. On the back of the card you can see the PCB itself and the eight gold connector pins.

SanDisk is a multinational company that designs and manufactures flash memory storage solutions and software. Their company pioneered flash memory storage, and have continued to offer industry-leading performance when it comes to these types of devices.

Usually these high performance cards are limited to 32 GB capacities at most, however, this new microSDXC card (extended capacity) has a capacity of 64 GB which is twice the size. This allows for 320 minutes of 24 Mbps HD video, 120 MP4 30 FPS 2-hour videos, or 18310 10 MP JPEG photos. Performance was tested using a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 adapted connected to a high end computer. The results produced during the ATTO Disk Benchmark featured a peak read speed of 94.7 MBs with 64 KB and larger files. Write speeds peaked at 61.4 MBs with 64 KB and larger files.

Read speeds of up to 80 MBs determine the Extreme microSDXC card's capabilities when it comes to moving data from the card to a computer. The write speeds of up to 50 MBs determine how smoothly video is recorded or how rapidly photos can be taken and stored onto the card. The UHS Speed Grade featured on this card, U1, and the Speed Class 10 ratings are among the fastest currently available and are suitable for real-time broadcasts, large HD video files, full HD video recording, and consecutive recording of HD stills.

Back Up - While most people use a portable hard drive or stacks and stacks of CDs to back up their data, the non-volatile solid-state nature of the flash memory card makes a Sandisk Extreme Plus ideal for backing up data. As they're so small you won't need lots of room to stack and if the information is private or sensitive they can easily be locked away or even kept on your person in a wallet for example.

Netbook - Netbooks are just starting to catch on, offering considerable computing power at around 10 inches and 1 kg. Otherwise identical to an ordinary laptop (aside from the omission of a CD drive) this makes them great for being productive on the go and easy to slip into a shoulder bag or even handbag. Furthermore they're stylish and cheap, and with a Sandisk Extreme memory card the lack of CD drive really needn't be an issue.

Read speeds of up to 80 MBs determine the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC card's capabilities when it comes to moving data from the card to a computer. The write speeds of up to 50 MBs determine how smoothly video is recorded or how rapidly photos can be taken and stored onto the card. The UHS Speed Grade featured on this card, U1, and the Speed Class 10 ratings are among the fastest currently available and are suitable for real-time broadcasts, large HD video files, full HD video recording, and consecutive recording of HD stills.

The card looks the same as previous microSD cards with the rectangle shape that has some notches in the bottom. The front of the card has a red stripe on the top half with the SanDisk Extreme logo, and a gold stripe on the bottom half with the capacity and the form factor printed ' in this case 64 GB and microSDXC, respectively. On the back of the card you can see the PCB itself and the eight gold connector pins.

Netbook - Netbooks are just starting to catch on, offering considerable computing power at around 10 inches and 1kg. Otherwise identical to an ordinary laptop (aside from the omission of a CD drive) this makes them great for being productive on the go and easy to slip into a shoulder bag or even handbag. Furthermore they're stylish and cheap, and with a Sandisk Extreme memory card the lack of CD drive really needn't be an issue.

The company invented the microSD memory card format, and has since developed a full portfolio of microSD cards for retail and commercial customers. In July 2013, SanDisk introduced the Extreme Plus microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I memory cards, promising extreme speed and performance. The 64GB microSDXC memory card delivers, offering the fastest speeds available making it ideal for the newest smartphones, tablets and cameras.

Digital Photo Frames - Digital photo frames are a great idea though most people still don't own one. The idea here is that rather than have just one still image framed, you can opt to have a digital photo frame that flicks through a selection like a slideshow. This shows guests and visitors much more about you life or your holiday and can make a great talking point or just a trip down memory lane. Highly recommended.

Digital Photo Frames - Digital photo frames are a great idea though most people still don't own one. The idea here is that rather than have just one still image framed, you can opt to have a digital photo frame that flicks through a selection like a slideshow. This shows guests and visitors much more about you life or your holiday and can make a great talking point or just a trip down memory lane. Highly recommended.


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