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SanDisk Ultra - Your Multimedia Storage Solution

SanDisk is a brand people trusts blindly when it comes to Multimedia storage on their gadgets.

My today's focus is on the SanDisk's best selling microSD card, in a budget range, durable and proficient. This is SanDisk Ultra 32GB and 64GB top selling component of the company, exactly what your smartphone and tablets are made for.

Expandable storage can always give you more control over your data in transferring, syncing and sharing it directly by connecting it to other devices. Unfortunately few latest gadgets don't give you any option to expand your memory as they removed the external memory slot or a well known iPhone in this case isn't having any slot for external memory, but the fact is we all need mobility when it comes to data storage, and SanDisk is serving us with best of their products. Fact is that most of our smartphones, tablets and other gadgets still has the memory slot made for SanDisk.

Shooting and save more high-quality photos and full HD videos which may be upto 1920x1080, on your Android smartphone or tablet with SanDisk Ultra microSDHC and XC I. With storage capacities upto 128GB you can take more photos and videos without worrying about running out of space. And the SanDisk Memory Zone app, available on the GooglePlay store, makes it easy to view, access, and backup all of your files from your phone's memory in one convenient place. With fast transfer speed of up to 48MB/s the SanDisk Ultra microSDHC is on top of the list, featuring Class 10 for full HD videos (upto 1920x1080).

A waterproof, X-ray proof, temperature proof and shockproof, makes this tiny chip more reliable and trustworthy.

Best for Photo shooting Best for Video Recording
***7000 HD Pics-OR 35Min of BlueRay HD Video ***12000 HD Pics-OR 1HR 15Min of BlueRay HD Video
***Approximate and Standard Calculation as per file size

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