Wednesday, October 10th 2012

Green House Releases a 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card

Japanese company Green House has today introduced a new, high-capacity memory card, a microSDXC providing 64 GB of flashy storage. Dubbed GH-SDMRXC64G6, this card weights just 0.2 grams, is waterproof, has a three-year warranty, and delivers read and write speeds of up to 40 MB/s and 12 MB/s, respectively.

Green House's 64 GB microSDXC is bundled with an SD adapter and costs about $151.
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7 Comments on Green House Releases a 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card

#2
DTOG
64GB microSDXC

$151? Seems very expensive. I got two Sandisk Class 10, 64GB microSDXC from Amazon for $50 each just 3 weeks ago. And these Green House ones are just class 6. :wtf:
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#3
micropage7
yep class 6?
if $151 just for 64Gb and just adapter thats kinda expensive, i hope they offer more than just big capacity
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#4
Krazy Owl
It seems expensive but can be useful in cell phones.
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#5
tacosRcool
expensive indeed. Just like everything else though, eventually it will be at a price point most people are willing to pay for
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#6
3870x2
by: DTOG
$151? Seems very expensive. I got two Sandisk Class 10, 64GB microSDXC from Amazon for $50 each just 3 weeks ago. And these Green House ones are just class 6. :wtf:
Yes, but this one is green, consuming half the power of traditional sdxc.
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#7
theonedub
habe fidem
I would expect 128gb for that price.
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