These days, dashcam is the must-have for automobiles to record your road trip or in the an unfortunate event of accident, it provides video evidence of the accident or maybe catching a few meteorite showering on Mother Earth. The thing about dashcam is, it is a continuously recording device. It don’t have off days. It start working whenever we drive, which could on daily basis. This means that the microSD card will be worn out by the writing and rewriting before you know it. This is what SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring microSDXC Memory Card wants to address. It leverages on the company’s deep expertise in NAND flash and systems technology capabilities to develop a proprietary technology that makes high-intensity recording a reality. In fact, the 64GB microSDXC has been tested to be able to write and rewrite up to whopping 10,000 hours (that’s well over 400 days, if anyone’s counting) and in Full HD, no less.
Additionally, each card is built tough, capable of weathering the elements, be it snow or rain, or in the dash of a hot car. So if you have a dashcam and records every time you hit the road, the SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring microSDXC Memory Card is the memory card of choice. Comes in a choice of 32GB and 64GB capacities, the SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring microSDXC Memory Card retails for $84.99 and $149.99, respectively. For a start, it will only be available in the U.S. through SanDisk website, and select retailers in Europe and in South Korea. As for other markets, we are still awaiting words from SanDisk.