SDXC coming to laptops

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

What's SDXC? It's the next generation memory card specification. With SDXC, we'll see flash memory cards that exceed 32 GB in capacity. We're talking about up to 2 TB! (of course, we probably won't be able to afford those, but 64 GB should be reasonable). Plus, we'll see bus interface speeds up to 104 MB per second in 2009 with a speeds up to 300 MB per second in the future. We won't need hard drives anymore. Those old spinning relics will be for museums only. The following video gives you a glimpse of SDXC.

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this superb feature is accompanied by the LED backlit making the screen images look brighter, clear and impressive.

January 1, 2010 at 3:40 AM

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