Tuesday, 10 January 2012

SanDisk 128GB SDXC fastest memory card : Do we really need it ?

Earlier we read about future technology in  "Worlds first 20 nano meter 128 Gb NAND flash announced by Intel and Micron". That future is coming true with Sandisk but with not nano meter size.

If you are proud owner of 32GB SDHC card then its time up to feel proud. Sandisk has introduced its 64GB and 128GB SDXC memory cards. Technology used in these SDXC cards are different than available SDHC cards. Enhanced storage technology in SDXC cards make these cards worlds fastest memory cards.

These are capable of storing 10 hours of Full HD 3D video with a high transfer rate of 45 MB/s. Two variants 64GB and 128GB will be shipped worldwide soon.

It comes with a huge price tag of $199.99 for 64GB and $399 for 128GB.These cards can be used any of electronic devices which are capable to read them.

Do we really need these huge capacity and fasted disks ? 

For those who own DSLR's and HD  camcorders should think a lot before buying this product. In present scenario, the batteries of any DSLR or Camcorder may last for few hours. I feel, if one has  32GB Sandisk SDHC card, that will be more than enough to suite his needs.If he fills up soon,then he can take a break to download them to a laptop or external hard-disk. Lets not get in depth of travelling and picnics. I am sure we can surely find alternative in need.

When do we need them ?

Soon if we are lucky, we may be gifted with batteries which last for days and where world will take total turn towards 3D technology. That will be the right time to buy these products.

I am sure, by the time we reach that stage, Sandisk will surely introduce 128Tera Byte SDXC card.

Lets keep this savings aside, if you have enough money in your pocket, then just wash it off from your pocket by buying this 128GB SDXC memory card :).




The brand is SanDisk not Scandisk

MrTechpathi 4 April 2012 at 14:51

Thanks for your feedback. Its considered and updated accordingly.



hi there can not wait for black hole sd cards with unlimted storage infant bytes of storage

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