That’s A LOT Of Upskirts: Lexar Announces World’s First 256GB SD Card

Lexar‘s Professional 400x 256GB SDXC UHS-I is officially the world’s biggest memory card. With a minimum transfer speed of 600MB/second, you might need to take out a small personal loan when the memory card drops this October for the hefty sum of $899.99.

You can currently get Lexar’s 400x 128GB SDXC for $188 on Amazon (originally $299). Buying two of those would give you just as much storage, but still cost less than a 1/4 as much as this thing.

Remember back in the day when 1GB flash drives were like $150?

Buy: Half the storage for less than 1/4 the price
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