2 decades ago, I had a full-height 512 MB 5.25" SCSI drive (the big one in this pic)."the new 512 GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I card represents a 1,000-fold capacity increase in just over a decade, yet maintains the same size footprint,"
The future will also be in Fahrenheit, or perhaps neither Fahrenheit nor Celsius, but instead. we'll all be talking degrees Kelvin (not to be confused with Kevin). Besides, exact temperatures are not the point in this case, as they often are in reviews. The point is that the card can withstand temps well beyond any normal conditions.Ah yes, the future, yet it's in Fahrenheit. ;D Come on Kevin, match up with
CPU/GPU reviews, etc., please describe in C (or mention both).
You stole my thunder. I was just about to post that. Hopefully camera makers will provide firmware updates to support larger capacity SD drives. I currently have two Sandisk 128GB SD cards for my HD camcorder. When on long vacations they fill up faster than most people would think at ~10 hours per 128GB of full 24p HD recording. And hopefully they'll have this capacity in MicroSD for phones and tablets in a couple of years.This is great and all but the hardware needs to support that storage...