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Silicon Power introduces SD High Capacity 4GB memory card

| RAM News | Posted: Aug 25, 2006 10:30 pm

Memory maker "Silicon Power" have just announced their biggest SD card yet, a 4GB high-speed offering thats scheduled for release at the end of the month.

 

Grab the announcement here for futher details folks.

 


Silicon Power is proud to present a new format and capacity in the SD category: SD High Capacity 4GB flash card. Demand for high capacity memory cards is increasingly rapidly as small storage-intensive devices such as mobile phones and portable video games capable of taking high-resolution pictures and playing high-quality videos become widely available. The capacity for SD 1.1 memory card in the past used to be no greater than 2GB. To solve this, the SD association released SD Specifications Version 2.0 for the capacity beyond 2 GB. With the new specifications, it is now possible to develop FAT 32 based SDHC memory card with capacities up to 32 GB. Silicon Power's SDHC 4GB card is scheduled for release in late August.

 

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