Akihabaranews have reported today that a company by the name of MICRODIA have released a new lineup of SDHC cards. Whats so special about them compared to the trillions of others on the market these days? How about the option of a *MASSIVE* 16GB model?! Thats right, no typo.
The full lineup comprises 4GB, 8GB and 16GB models with varying speeds, but if its the 6/160x class 16GB'er you've got your eyes set on, you might want to consider the fact that $3,500 is needed to own this little piece of plastic treasure.
The Japanese company "LINK" will import to Japan 3 new SDHC cards made by MICRODIA, there is the 4/52x class (4 and 8GB), the 4/82x class (4, 8 and 16GB) and the 6/160x class (4, 8 and 16GB).
These cards will be available in May here in Japan, not much time to save some money because the 16GB (6/160x) version is a bit expensive...2,600 (3,500$, 1,800£).
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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