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Toshiba FlashAir: world's first SDHC card with embedded wireless LAN functionality
Aren’t you just tired of having to dig up that memory card reader or data cable for your camera each time you want to transfer your photographs to your computer? Since cameras don’t normally come with that ability (unless you use your phone as your camera), companies have decided to take the other route by implementing wireless transfer capabilities into the memory cards instead. Companies like Eye-Fi have been doing […]

Delkin Elite 633 SDHC UHS-I is fastest SDHC card on the planet
Speed demons, sit up and take note! The Delkin Elite 633 SDHC UHS-I is touted to be the fastest SDHC available right now, and you can’t go any faster with it where other brands and makes are concerned. Just how fast does it transport data to and fro the card? We’re talking about 80MB/s write and 95MB/s read speeds thanks to the new UHS (Ultra High Speed) bus interface, which […]

Samsung's new SDHC cards are hardcore
Samsung has just unveiled a new line of SD cards that are designed to take a beating or whatever you can throw at them. Okay, maybe not everything but these cards sure look like they can take some punishment. Coming in two categories – Essential (Class 4) and Plus (Class 6), these SDHC cards range in capacities from 4GB to 16GB and boast read speeds of up to 17MB/s and […]

SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC breaks 45MB/s mark
You know you’re on to a good thing when it breaks the world record – and SanDisk has done so with their latest release, the SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC, upping the ante when it comes to write speeds by achieving a blazing fast 45MB/s, which is 33% faster compared to its predecessors. Originally, the SD 3.0 specification was tipped to take off last year after Toshiba announced their UHS-I SDHC […]

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SD Association introduces the UHS-II specification
You can’t say that the SD Association isn’t keeping up with the times. A good seven months after the association revealed the UHS-I specifications, it’s back again with the UHS-II bus-interface system that promises high-definition recording speeds of up to 312MB/s, allowing professionals to consider an SDHC or SDXC-based camera instead of having to rely on CompactFlash or SSD drives.

Patriot Announces Class 10 16 GB, 32 GB micro SDHC Memory Cards
Patriot Memory has announced a fast class 10 memory card in 16 GB and 32 GB varieties in the micro SDHC format. The cards are part of Patriot’s LX series and are covered by a 5-year warranty. Both cards will fit with a microSD to SD adapter, allowing the smaller memory cards to be readable in devices with an SD card slot. The 32 GB card is said to be […]

SD Association ups speed ante in SDHC and SDXC cards
The SD Association has ushered in the future of SDHC and SDXC memory card, where it recently unveiled a new memory card design that will enable superior data transfer speed compared to what is on the market today. This new design will rely on a dual-row pin layout that enables the bus speed to touch up to 300 Mbps in either format, and best of all is this – it […]

Panasonic 8GB and 16GB SDHC cards play nice with UHS-I specifications
Panasonic’s latest 8GB and 16GB SDHC memory cards will conform to the latest UHS-I specifications, which are capable of delivering maximum read speeds of up to 60MB/s and Class 10 speed specification in order to complement 3D and full HD video recording features that are found in recently released cameras. Similar to Panasonic’s other ‘Gold’ range of memory cards, it will also come with protection against power failure as well […]

SanDisk 32GB microSDHC Memory Card Goes Official
You might have heard that SanDisk would be announcing something BIG, and it looks like the news is out early. We’re talking about the 32GB microSDHC memory card that was leaked a few weeks back. This 32GB memory card is currently the world’s highest capacity removable memory card for mobile phones, certainly something to boast about. The SanDisk press release trumpets the fact that it can store enough music to outlast […]