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Delkin Unveils the World’s First 2TB CFExpress Memory Card

Delkin announced the latest leap in CFExpress technology today by unveiling the world's first 2TB CFExpress Type B memory card. That's double the capacity of the previous "world's largest" 1TB cards, which were first launched by ProGrade Digital in April of 2018.

SanDisk Unveils the World’s First 1TB SDXC Card

It has finally happened: an SD card has now broken the 1 terabyte threshold. SanDisk and its parent company Western Digital today unveiled a new 1 terabyte SDXC card, ushering in a new era of tiny memory cards with massive storage capacities.

Seagate Unveils a Massive 10TB Drive for Your Desktop

Shoot large numbers of ultra-high-res raw photos on a daily basis? Lifelogging every moment in 4K? Want to store all your eggs in one basket? If you answer yes to any or all of those questions, Seagate has a new hard drive for you. The BarraCuda Pro 10TB lets you store a whopping 10 terabytes of data in a single drive on your desktop computer.

Behold: The Crazy Capacity of a 512GB Memory Card

If you don't mind shelling out $880 on a single memory card and putting all your eggs in one basket, you can buy Lexar's 512GB CF card (or SanDisk's 512GB SD card for $600). To give you a better idea of just how massive these capacities are, photographer Jared Polin stuck his 512GB card into his Nikon D4s and documented it in the video above.

SanDisk Unleashes a Massive 512GB SD Card with the World’s Highest Capacity

Secure Digital eXtended-Capacity (SDXC) memory cards have a maximum theoretical storage capacity of 2 terabytes, and today the industry just got one step closer towards hitting that limit. SanDisk has announced the world's highest capacity SD card for photographers and videographers: the 512GB SanDisk Extreme PRO® SDXC UHS-I card.

Lexar Unleashes the World’s First 256GB SDXC Memory Card

Lexar has set a new bar in SD memory card capacity with its new 256GB card -- the largest size offered in the SDXC (Secure Digital eXtended Capacity) format. SDXC has an upper limit of 2TB, compared to the 32GB cap that restricts the SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) format.

The official name of the card is the Lexar Professional 400x SDXC UHS-I. It's geared towards photographers who need to "capture, store, and transfer a large number of high-quality photos" and videographers who need to record massive amounts of HD video.