SanDisk ships 64GB SDXC card

SanDisk introduces new high-capacity SD card capable of storing more than eight hours of high definition video.

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

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