We are rather wary when a particular manufacturer claims that their handset is the thinnest in the world, or in this case, Delkin with their 64GB SDXC UHS-I memory card which is touted to be the “fastest in the world”. The new 64GB 633X rated card was specially built for streaming HD and 3D video applications, where it is able to hit speeds of up to 45MB/s and read at speeds up to 95MB/s, effectively eliminating any pause when it comes to the recording process which users tend to experience with slower cards.

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Well, 64GB of storage space translates to around 8 hours of high definition video, and if you are one who prefers to snap photos, that would mean over 17,000 images instead. As SDXC memory cards make use of an exFAT format, they will not play nice with older, non-SDXC devices or operating systems, so you have been forewarned.

Other advanced features that comes with this memory card includes reliable Error Correction Code, Wear Leveling, and storage integrity in harsh conditions. It won’t come cheap at $539.99, but that’s the price you pay for quality. Most regular home users can give this a miss, as it is more or less the domain of professionals and serious video enthusiasts. [Press Release]

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