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Aren't ALL microSD cards water and shock proof?
They don't weigh enough to have the inertia to damage themselves if dropped, and they're pretty much a solid chip with contacts, so where would water get in?
Unless I'm missing something here, I'm saying this is a case of buzzwords and clever marketing being used to inflate the 'value' of a product.


@elmojo: I think shock proof might mean that they are resistant to static electricity or low irregular voltage say if they got wet and the device they were in started shorting out. Maybe waterproof is usually a standard, but I don't mind being reminded of it ;)