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SanDisk ships 64GB SDXC card
- — 23 February, 2010 10:03
Flash memory maker SanDisk released its highest ever capacity SD memory card this Monday. The new SanDisk Ultra SDXC has a massive 64GB capacity, and although not the first SD card to boast such high-capacities, the company claims that its new card is ideal for a wide range of demanding portable gadgets.
The exFAT-formatted memory card can read data at a 15MB-per-second rate, and according to SanDisk, it's enough storage for eight hours of high-definition video. However, don't jump for your wallet just yet, as the new high-capacity card is priced at a hefty US$349.99.
If the price hasn't put you off, then compatibility issues might: The 64GB card is an SDXC card based on the SD 3.0 specification, so in order to make use of SanDisk's latest you will need a recently released SD 3.0 capable device.
The new 64GB SanDisk Ultra SDXC card is available now for US$349.99, with an included lifetime warranty, from SanDisk.com.