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Monday, 09 March 2009 08:44

32GB SDXC card here, before any SDXC devices!

The new SDXC or “eXtended Capacity” format, promising cards with up to 2TB of storage, has now come to life with Pretec announcing its first 32GB SDXC card, although shipments of the card haven’t yet started as no SDXC compatible devices are yet available to buy.

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HTML clipboardSanDisk Corporation has announced its latest G3 family of solid-state drives, using multi-level cell flash memory technology to establish new benchmarks in performance in the SSD industry.

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Just as most CDs are DRM-free, so are SanDisk’s new “slotMusic” microSD cards, offering music in “up to 320kbps” DRM-free MP3 format. Available in stores pre-loaded with music from a range of popular artists and selling at an RRP of US $14.95 each, with some packaged with a Shuffle-like SanDisk player (on sale for US $20 alone) for a total of $34.95, is this a new front in the digital music revolution, or a waste of time in the face of the download reality?

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