Thursday, January 31st 2008

PNY Shows off 32GB SDHC Cards

PNY has upped the ante with new 32GB SDHC cards announced during the PMA show in Las Vegas which started today. The company plans to offer these very high capacity cards in SDHC, USB Drive and Compact Flash formats. The cards should be available sometime in the second quarter of this year. Prices for each format have not been finalized yet.

Source: TG Daily
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8 Comments on PNY Shows off 32GB SDHC Cards

#1
surfsk8snow.jah
wow. just, wow. I wrote a long write up on this same wavelength before, but Solid State Memory density seems to be exponentially increasing, becoming cheaper, and gaining usability/universality; It WILL overtake Mechanical Drives soon.
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#2
Duffman
now if they could only get that into the micro SD so i could put it into my BB Curve!
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#3
jocksteeluk
unrestricted format development is what all adopted formats should be, HD-DVD ftw!
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#4
Duffman
try and put that HDDVD into your camera's SD slot...
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#5
effmaster
by: Duffman
now if they could only get that into the micro SD so i could put it into my BB Curve!
iM SURE THEY CAN TONE DOWN THE SIZE OF THIS ONE TO LIKE 16 gb to work on the Micro SD slot lol
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Necrofire
by: effmaster
iM SURE THEY CAN TONE DOWN THE SIZE OF THIS ONE TO LIKE 16 gb to work on the Micro SD slot lol
CAPS LOCK IS CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL.

Also, this is awesome. I wonder what the limit is on SDHC?
Like how SD was limited up to 2GB.

Also, I recently saw a 16 MB:shadedshu flash drive the other day, and I was disappointed.
I paid twice as much for my flash drive, and it's 128 times larger.
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#7
JrRacinFan
Served 5k and counting ...
I wonder what the cost of this would be like? SSD substitute with the proper SATA adapter?
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#8
Mussels
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by: Necrofire
CAPS LOCK IS CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL.
you need more desu.

This is good - flash has every advantage over mechanical drives except price (price controls capacity) so we're nearing the times when we all go SSD :)
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