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EDGE Tech Corp. Releases 32GB MicroSDHC Card

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EDGE Tech Corp announces the release of its 32GB microSDHC Memory Card (Class 4), currently the largest capacity microSDHC card in the market, to increase available storage in the booming smartphone market. EDGE is a leading U.S.-based supplier of DRAM and flash memory upgrades, portable computing products, storage devices, and other experience-enhancing technology solutions.

MicroSD and microSDHC are the most popular memory cards for upgrading mobile phone storage. Measuring roughly half the size of a fingernail, the EDGE 32GB microSDHC Memory Card stores approximately 21,000 photos, 8,000 MP3 files, or 32 hours of HD video*. A Class 4 speed rating ensures a consistent transfer speed of at least 4MB/s.

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Awesome, will be useful for DAPs.
 

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The prices on these 32GB microSDHC cards need to drop. I wouldn't mind upgrading for more storage but am holding off for now.
 
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Imagine showing one of these to a guy in 1996 or something, when 1GB 3.5" hard drives were the hot new item. Amazing to think how far we've come.
 
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Imagine showing one of these to a guy in 1996 or something, when 1GB 3.5" hard drives were the hot new item. Amazing to think how far we've come.
Think of what will be crammed into that space in another 15 years. Possibly entire PCs
 
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no price? Is it going to be any cheaper then sandisk's one which is 200$...
 
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Imagine showing one of these to a guy in 1996 or something, when 1GB 3.5" hard drives were the hot new item. Amazing to think how far we've come.
Well, multiply the latest HDD sizes by 32 and perhaps you'll have your answer.

3TB x 32 = 96TB

Hard to imagine, but so is going from 1gb to 3000gb in the course of 15 years. Having 32gb in a card smaller than your smallest fingernail didn't seem possible in 1996, either.

The day they introduce new NAND-type memory that doesn't wear down is the day I get really excited.