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    Modern flash storage is an almost magical thing: with a little wafer the size of a fingernail, you can double, triple, or easily quadruple the amount of data your phone can store. And while going with as little as an extra 16GB of storage can add $100 to a phone's selling price, doing a 16GB upgrade post-purchase with a microSD card won't even cost you $10. But if you're going to make that kind of investment at all, why not go big? 128GB cards have already been surpassed by 200GB cards, and today we've spotted a heck of a deal on them, with Amazon selling a 200GB SanDisk Ultra card for a ...

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    How much storage does your smartphone have right now? 32GB? Maybe 64GB? Or are you a capacity hound who's taken a phone that's already packed with tons of internal storage and have augmented that with an extra microSD card for even more space? Earlier this month we told you about the biggest microSD card yet, a 512GB monster (though one with a sky-high $1000 price tag). Second to that, the best option we knew of was the 200GB SanDisk card, announced back during MWC. While quite a bit smaller, this one was also on target to be a heck of a lot more affordable. Now sales of the card are ...

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    Running out of storage on your smartphone? Is a 64GB microSD card simply not enough anymore? Flash storage company SanDisk aims to fix the dilemma more and more mobile users are facing every day: cramped storage space. The company just unveiled the world's highest-capacity microSD card in Barcelona, Spain for MWC. SanDisk has doubled the capacity of its impressive 64GB microSDXC cards to 128GB. The cards are said to have double the write speed as your standard microSD card, or 10MBps. In order to squeeze 128GB into such a tiny area – about the size of a fingernail – SanDisk developed a ...

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    Before the iPhone was born, everyone wanted an iPod. Back then you could carry around your entire music collection with you. Today, times have changed. MP3s have gotten larger and higher-quality, and individual songs are now easier to find and much easier to download.  Taken together, the size of our music libraries has increased significantly since the "good ol' days" of the original iPod. Luckily, iPods have improved as well, but now most of us use our smartphones to do that which our iPods used to. Interestingly, a good deal of smartphones still come with only 8GB or 16GB storage. The ...

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