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KingMax Announces World's First 4GB MicroSD Card

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Steve Dougherty | Jan 16, 2007 at 04:42 am CST (0 mins, 48 secs reading time)


The limit of microSD cards in terms of raw storage capacity has just been stretched further with KingMax having released a new 4GB SD 2.0 compliant microSD card.

For more info on it grab KingMax's press release.



Kingmax Digital Inc, the leading Taiwan-based manufacturer of memory storage products, is the world's first company to release a 4GB SD 2.0 compliant microSDHC memory card, which will be on display at 2007 International CES from January 8 to 11 in Las Vegas. With this product, Kingmax answers continued consumer demand for high capacity and speed in memory products.

The competitive field for memory cards has thrived with the emergence of digital cameras, and the demand for memory cards is spreading like wildfire for use in mobile phone devices. As mobile devices are moving towards a unified storage format in 2007, microSD is poised to corner the entire market, and Kingmax Digital is ready to herald a new era in memory storage with its 4GB microSDHC card.


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