Worlds First 64GB SDXC

August 7, 2009 at 6:56 am Leave a comment

SDXC_1Toshiba just recently announced that it has developed the first 64gb SDXC ( Secure Digital Extended Capacity) memory card. The first samples for testing wil be provided this November and commercial release will be in spring of 2010. Judging from the picture it would have a read speed of 60MB/s and a write speed of 35MB/s.

People who have gadgets using SD memory cards would love this huge storage available to them when released. You could store hundreds of movies, music and pictures in this small device.

SDXC cards have a maximum capacity of 2TB with maximum transfer rates of 104MB/s. The previous SD format, SDHC had a maximum capacity of 2TB as well but was limited to 32 GB by the SD 2.0 document.

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