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SanDisk's new High Endurance microSD cards are now available to pre-order, ship this month

Pre-orders are now open for SanDisk's updated High Endurance microSD cards (opens in new tab) with prices starting at just $11. Available in 32GB (opens in new tab), 64GB (opens in new tab), 128GB (opens in new tab). and 256GB (opens in new tab) sizes, the new cards are designed to be used in devices that constantly write and re-write data to the storage inside — like a dash cam or security camera that is constantly recording and saving clips.

The new High Endurance cards are rated class 10, U3 and v30, adding support for 4K UHD recording, and are capable of withstanding up to 20,000 hours of video without worrying about the card failing on you — up from the previous version's (opens in new tab) 10,000 hour maximum. That's especially useful for the sorts of devices these cards are built for where you may need to rely on footage captured down the line. The update model adds 128GB and 256GB options to a lineup previously restricted to just 64GB, meaning more room for the higher-quality video our devices are outputting these days, and the cards are also temperature-proof, waterproof, shockproof and X-ray-proof for extra peace of mind.

SanDisk 32GB High Endurance microSD Card with Adapter (opens in new tab) ($10.99 at Amazon)

High Endurance Series

High Endurance Series (Image credit: SanDisk)

SanDisk 64GB High Endurance microSD Card with Adapter (opens in new tab) ($14.99 at Amazon)

SanDisk 128GB High Endurance microSD Card with Adapter (opens in new tab) ($25.99 at Amazon)

SanDisk 256GB High Endurance microSD Card with Adapter (opens in new tab) ($59.99 at Amazon)

The cards are now available to pre-order via Amazon and will begin shipping on April 26.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).
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