32GB Micro SD Card

More and more devices are demanding or supporting extra memory in the form of memory cards – most will support up to a 32GB Micro SD Card.

On this site, we will review as many 32GB memory cards as we can find and will help you to choose the best for your purposes.

SanDisk 32GB MicroSD SDHC Class 2 with MicroSDHC Adapter and Blue USB SD Reader (Bulk Packaging)

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SanDisk 32GB MicroSDHC Memory Card with Adapter (Bulk Package) + USB2.0 High Speed Memory Card Reader/Writer

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SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Bulk Package)

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SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Card (SDSDQ-032G-A11M, US Retail Package)

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SanDisk 32GB MicroSD SDHC Class 2 with MicroSDHC Adapter and USB Reader (Bulk Packaging)

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SanDisk 32GB MicroSD SDHC Class 2 with MicroSDHC Adapter and USB adapter (Bulk Packaging) N111

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Sandisk 32GB Class 2 MicroSDHC Card Retail

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SanDisk 32GB MicroSD SDHC Class 2 with MicroSDHC Adapter and Pro Duo Adapter (Bulk Packaging)

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Sandisk 32GB MicroSDHC Micro SD Card with MicroSD to SD adapter & Mobilemate Reader (all together in Retail package)

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32GB Micro SD Cards Arrive

Well, that’s what they all told us back in February and March of this year. As I write this in September, Sandisk are still the only major manufacturer that are pushing out 32GB Micro SD Cards.

The problem is simply one of size, a normal SD card is small enough, but until this year no-one had cracked how to get 32GB onto the micro SD format. These things are just tiny!

So, what the manufacturers have done is work out a cunning way to stack memory chips on top of each other to get more memory into the space available. I came across a great image that shows this amazing stacking technique. Wired US got hold of a promo picture from Samsung…..check it out here.

Samsung were one of two who made the announcement back at the beginning of the year, but so far, only Sandisk have delivered a real life 32GB Micro SD card for us to use. That will all change as the other big guns get their manufacturing processes sorted out – the demand for bigger memory isn’t going to stop any time soon.