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Apacer Unveils World's Fastest High-Capacity 64GB microSDXC Card

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  1. btarunr

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    Today, Apacer took the lead by launching the world’s fastest high-capacity Ultra High Speed microSDXC 64GB memory card with the latest UHS-1 interface and SDA 3.0 memory card standard. It provides up to 30MB/s UHS ultra-high transmission speed for high-end mobile devices, such as advanced smartphones, tablet PCs, event data recorders, etc. You may easily store 1080p Full HD videos, 3D games, digital music/photos, apps and other multimedia files. This feature offers the next-gen mobile experience, guiding you through the ultimate audio-visual journey. Apacer’s new Ultra High Speed microSDXC 64GB memory card perfectly meets the demands of HD audio-visual transmission with its lightning-fast speed and super-large capacity.

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    Apacer’s Ultra High Speed microSD memory card, as the fastest microSD card in the world, is not only compatible with the latest UHS-1 interface and version 3.01 of the SDA memory card standard, but also backward compatible with SD 2.0. UHS-1 refers to Ultra-High Speed Bus 1, which can deliver transmission speeds up to 50MB/s and features a random read/write speed of up to 500/100 IOPs. In addition to satisfying the requirements of smartphones, tablet PCs, HD games and audio-visual media, it can also substantially enhance the transmission speed of small files and applications.

    Apacer’s Ultra High Speed microSDXC 64GB memory card can store approximately either 23 hours of HD videos, an uncompressed Blu-ray high-definition video, or over 16,000 12-mega pixel photos. As mobile devices evolve fast, sharing of HD audio-visual files has gone mainstream, Apacer Ultra High Speed microSD memory card will be your prime choice for best storage options.

    “With the popularity of smartphones and rapid growth of tablet PCs, high definition and 3D digital audio-visual contents have become the world’s mainstream trend of entertainment, and transfer speed and storage capacity of memory cards will therefore be the key to enjoying the real HD experience” said Grace Lo, Associated Vice President of Apacer Commodity Business Unit. “The latest standard Apacer Ultra High Speed microSD memory card is available in a range of capacities, from 8GB to 64GB, providing users with the impeccable, uncompressed high-definition audio-visual experience. Boosting fast transfer speed and huge storage capacity, it is ideal for either current or future mobile devices.”
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    I'd love to have one of these but my phone only supports up to 32GB, dang!

    >.<
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    Dat MicroSD!!! i want it in mah...

    Sansa clip+? lol
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    Depends.

    Most MP3 players only support an expansion of upto 16Gb.
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    And with SDXC comes ExFat support :)

    FINALLY!
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    woah mama!
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    First vs fastest, chicken vs egg tough call.

    Compatibility, likely that your phone would support this 64gb as when they released your phone the only thing that was available was plans for 32gb.

    Some exceptions = win based phones might have issues unless running mango or newer firmware, android check the kernel version for your firmware, likely if using newer 2.6.30 onwards kernel they should have few or no issues with 64gb this mostly depends on how the storage is accessed via scsi or sata " /dev/sd* " and what version of drivers or mods they have.
    Dual, Quad, 8 core phones should be able to support this by default, others might need CM7 or later, possibly even anything above 3.5 years old standard phones that has (800mhz cpu).

    Best is to go to a shop that has this and test before buying or buy and test then return if not working + modding the firmware or rooting and loading decent non HTC firmware or similar.
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    most smartphones work with these sdxc cards without officially supporting them. the problem here is the exFAT file system. its often not licensed and not supported. all you need to do is plug in the sdxc card in your new smartphone and format it with the format-option within the phone. this usually formats the card with fat32, but works just fine with full capacity. samsungs galaxy s2 or htcs sensation for example are ok with this and will work.

    take a look: http://www.androidnz.net/2011/09/sandisk-64gb-micro-sdxc-cards-confirmed.html

    the only problem would be the 4gb file size limitation fat32 brings i guess... ;)
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    With mp3 players and other devices running firmware rather than a full-blown OS I'd be more concerned about maximum file count. You could easily load more mp3 files on such a card than some mp3 players can support.
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    Plus the 'random' algorithm on an mp3 player tends to have a heart attack If you have more then 4 or 5Gbs worth of music loaded onto it. and just replays the songs it that its originally played depite after an hour despite setting it to no replays. At least this is the case on the last 3 mp players ive owned and the same thing happends on my Samsung mobile too that i use as an mp3 player

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