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See One Of The Most Expensive Memory Cards In The World – Would You Buy It

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Our cameras have gotten bigger and even smartphone companies are adding more internal storage but would you buy one of the most expensive memory cards to add to your device.

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A new era has begun and it is the era of 1TB microSD card… Micron and Western Digital have both unveiled 1TB microSD memory cards that will let you significantly ramp up your smartphone storage, for a price.

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Western Digital’s SanDisk microSD card offers 160MB/s read speeds, while the Micron card offers read speeds of 100MB/s

The Micron card’s writing speeds are faster, however, coming at 95MB/s – slightly ahead of the SanDisk card’s 90MB/s writing speed.

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SanDisk’s 1TB Extreme UHS-I microSD card will cost $450 when it becomes available in April, while Lexar’s SD card is already available to buy for $499.

Depending on what you do and the type of data you store with your device, you might be needing this 1TB micro SD card soon.

Michael Ajah is a Computer Science Student of The University of Port Harcourt and a Chelsea Fan. He loves RnB and a little mix of Trap Music. An awesome tech reviewer and analyst. Email - [email protected]

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  1. Nani

    March 9, 2019 at 6:44 pm

    This one fit hang person phone o

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Apple AR Glasses could launch in 2022, Hybrid AR/VR Headsets expected in 2023

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Apple is reportedly working towards getting its concept Apple AR Glasses to the public as early as 2022.

With the Coronavirus pandemic having taking it’s toll on company revenue, no doubt Tim Cook and co. is actively striving to diversify it’s increasing range of products portfolio.

They always do!

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The San Cupertino giant was also recently awarded a patent for taking virtual group selfies and it doesn’t seem to relent yet with a possible new product – AR Glasses in the works.

The Apple AR Glasses mission first garnered public interest after reports Apple have hired a team of 100 AR employees, since then, the tech world is already taken note.

Facebook-owned Oculus Quest have been the frontrunner for sometime now, they might be having a worthy competitor soon.

However, reports by Bloomberg point to the Apple AR Glasses not being the only AR product Apple is planning on releasing.

There’s another ultra-high-resolution VR/AR hybrid headset in the works for 2023 as well. The two devices are codenamed – N421 and N301.

The expected design and are still under wraps with the entire public being treated to series of renders on what might be.

We’ve heard talks about Apple’s AR Glasses and it does look like they’re going to be a reality until the dusk raised by the pandemic is settled.

The more intriguing product in the line-up is the Apple hybrid AR/VR headset.

Apple to launch Hybrid ar/vr headset

According to the report, the headset is tipped to come with a high resolution display and cinematic speakers for a truly immersive experience.

This practically aims to make it impossible for a user to differentiate the virtual world from the reality.

Even though Apple probably will not announce these products at its upcoming WWDC 2020. We expect to start getting more updates about them from the subsequent Apple conferences.

Two things we are sure of, Apple will hope it doesn’t fall failure to the new-product-factor and…it won’t come cheap.

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Xiaomi launches Mi Power Bank 3 with 18W Fast charging and 30,000mAh capacity

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Xiaomi unrelenting yet in it’s quest to increase it’s ever-growing range of tech products has moved to announce it’s biggest Power Bank yet.

The company over the weekend launched the Mi Power Bank 3,n which features a mind-blowing 30,000mAh capacity and a 24W self charge.

Xiaomi launches mi Power Bank 3

A big statement of intent by the Chinese OEM to address the age-old problem that is lack of long-lasting smartphone batteries with reports the Mi Power Bank could charge the iPhone SE (2020) more than 10 times and its own flagship Mi 10 about 5 times.

Mi Power Bank 3 Design & Features

Mi Power Bank 3 features and design

The latest power bank from Xiaomi is a big upgrade over Power Bank 2 and comes in a rock-solid rectangular design with every port aligned to one side of the device.

The power bank has two USB-A ports, one USB-C port, and one Micro-USB port.

The USB-A and USB-C ports are rated to deliver the 18W fast charging to the connected smartphone, given it also supports the same charging rate.

While most of Xiaomi’s and 2020 smartphones come with 18W fast charging or more, this could be Xiaomi’s most relevant contribution to having long lasting battery life in smartphones yet.

Also, the Mi Power Bank 3 comes with 24W charging for itself using the USB-C port with the cable bundled alongside the power bank.

However, when using a 30W Xiaomi charger, which will always comes with new smartphone purchases, the battery pack will charge even faster.

But it should be noted that the USB-A port can charge the power bank at only up to 18W.

Furthermore, while most power banks have issues providing the required current to products such as smartwatches and wireless earbuds, which do not require a high voltage and are charged rather more quickly than smartphones, Xiaomi has given the Mi Power Bank 3 a contingency low-power mode to provide the right amount of power for them all.

To enable the low-power mode on the Power Bank 3, the button given on the side needs to be pressed twice.

Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 3 Price & Availability in Nigeria

The 30,000mAh tech has only been launched in China for now, but Xiaomi may look to bring its latest power bank to other markets, including Nigeria.

The Xiaomi Mi Power Bank 3 comes at a price of CNY 170, which translates to approximately NGN10,000 Nigerian naira.

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In China, the Mi Power Bank 3 goes on sale via JD.com starting June 18.

Xiaomi’s Mi Power Bank 3 might easijy be seen as nothing more than just the Beijing-based company increasing it’s products’ portfolio which is quite a huge gain.

But for a Continent as Africa, where people rely on power banks to charge their smartphones multiple times without needing to be around the main power source, this could be its major statement of intent yet.

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