As the demand for high capacity SD cards continues to grow with the huge range of mobile phones, MP3 players and PDAs now available on the market which use them, A-DATA have just released a new 8GB SDHC flash card with read and write speeds of up to 20MBs a sec.
Details in the press release here folks.
Taipei, Taiwan, Sept. 08, 2006 A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the global leader in memory products, is releasing a new 8GB SD High Capacity (SDHC) flash card that redefines the maximum capacity "barrier" of 2GB normally associated with SD cards. These new SD cards are based on the SDA 2.00 specification introduced by the SD Card Association and are designed to support high-end photo, video and music SDHC-compatible devices. High speed, lightweight, compact and offering the highest SD card storage available, these cards open new doors for peoples' active digital lifestyles.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:04 pm CDT
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