SanDisk's new memory vault will store images without compromising their quality for up to 100 years. It comes in limited 8GB and 16GB variants, at $49.99 and $89.99 respectively.
Above is the 64GB of micro SDXC memory card. 64GB of memory is a massive amount of capacity and, provided your gear is compatible with it, would be a great addition to smartphones and tablets. Data is transferred at 30MB/second and will retail for $212.
SanDisk have also released a new Cruzer range of USB stick memory solutions. The Cruzer Fit USB flash drive is petit and complements space saving notebooks and will come range from 4GBs (RRP$9) to 16GB (RRP$28)
Completing the Cruzer range is the Switch, differentiated by its attached flip-top cap, which will help prevent damage and keep it looking schmick. Available in 2GB to 32GB capacities, retail prices start from $19.99.
Topping off their new range is SanDisk's contribution to the Sold State Drive revolution. SSDs are lighter than HDDs, offer faster transfer speeds (in this case 250MB/second) and are more reliable due to a lack of moving parts. It will be available in 60GB (RRP$171), 120GB (RRP$309) and 240GB (RRP$591).