It wasn't too long ago that SanDisk launched the world's biggest microSD card with a capacity of 400GB. Today, this record has been superseded by a UK company called Integral, which has unveiled what it says is the first shipping 512GB microSD memory card.
The card will work in any device that is compatible with the microSDXC standard—for example many Android mobile devices, drones, and some PCs—and offers a sustained sequential write speed of 10MB/s, which should be good enough for 4K video recording. Maximum speed is 80MB/s.
With half a Terabyte of storage space at your disposal, you really should be able to stop worrying about running out of memory, assuming you use a device with a microSD memory expansion slot.
The card is expected to be available from February, but no pricing information has been revealed yet. It's fair to assume it won't be cheap, however—Sandisk's 400GB card still retails for around $250, and with an even higher capacity, the Integral is likely to tip the scales at $300 or more.