[CES 2012] Bigger is better, right? That is what SanDisk believes when it comes to flash memory storage, and hence they have announced the 128GB SDXC memory card which has enough space to stash away up to 10 hours of Full HD 3D video, which is more than enough to film through an entire sitting of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy (standard edition), leaving some room to goof around to boot. Boasting up to 45MB/s read and write speeds, it is capable of delivering faster shot-to-shot performance and quick data transfers. Professionals and anyone with deep pockets and do not like to wait can choose from 64GB and 128GB capacities that will retail for $199.99 and $399.99, respectively.
Thanks to the SDXC card’s fast shot-to-shot performance, photographers are able to capture the images that matter most to them, never mind if they are using a standard issue point-and-shoot camera or a DSLR to capture fast moving images. Transferring your hard work to a computer after that should not take too long either, where an hour-long Full HD video can be uploaded in a matter of 5 minutes.
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