More than seven months after its debut, the world’s first 1.5TB micro SD card, Micron’s MTSD1T5ANC8MS-1WT, has landed, almost ready. Some tech wholesalers list this card on their website as the i400, and depending on how much you need and which region you buy from, customers may have to wait at least four months. Mouser, arrow and Avnet (plus its subsidiaries Perry Electronics (opens in a new tab), newark (opens in a new tab), element 14) is already listed in Newark and is the cheapest in Newark at $420.53, a price that includes free shipping.
Buy at least 12,000 and the price drops to $381 (total cost over $4.5M), which should be no more than 4Kg (without packaging, of course) for 18PB (yes, petabytes) of solid state storage. In case you’re wondering, this microSD card costs about the same as its 0.125-carat diamond, which is $1.1 million per kilogram.
Equally important is the data on these cards, so remember, a microSD is smaller than a fingernail.We recommend that you use cloud storage solution (though you won’t find any free cloud storage Can do 1.5TB).
Micron is the first to introduce a 1TB card.This C200 It’s been almost four years, and it’s only in the past few months that the average price and relative availability of 1TB MicroSD cards has improved. But how long the 1.5TB king will last is anyone’s guess. Kioxia launches 2TB Exceria Plus Prototypes were launched as early as September 2022, but while rumors are tentatively slated for 2023, this is likely to depend on market conditions (i.e. whether there is enough demand).
For those interested in buying it, keep in mind that it has a formatted capacity of 1,430,511 megabytes. The two largest solid-state storage suppliers, Samsung and Kingston, have yet to release any microSD cards of 1TB or higher.
At the time of writing, The cheapest 1TB microSD card is the Silicon Power model at $87.99 (opens in a new tab), about one-third the price per TB of the Micron i40.Amazon has many more Fake 1TB microSD card In its market, this endemic problem has not been resolved. If you buy a microSD card, make sure it’s one of the following 14 brands: Samsung, Kingston, SP/Silicon Power, Teamgroup, Sandisk, WD, PNY, Lexar, Inland, Gigastone, Patriot, Transcend, Amazon Basics, and MicroCenter. We won’t trust anyone else.