SDHC

  • The SanDisk SDHC UHS-1 Hits With For 45MB/s Read & Write Speeds, Ancronym Overload

    Yep, this is another SDHC variation aimed directly at those that need/want extreme data transfer speeds — and who doesn’t? By utilizing the UHS-1 bus interfaces, SanDisk’s just-announced SDHC card achieves 45MB/s both reading and writing, which as the presser mentions, is perfect for those shooting RAW HD video and don’t wanna wait an eternity transferring the data to… Read More

  • Sony Rolls Out SD Cards And A Reader

    I usually don’t blog about the many, many memory cards that come out of Japan on a weekly basis, but things are a little different when Sony seems to be determined to continue embracing SD cards. Today, the company announced [JP] both, an SDXC card-compatible reader, the MRW-F3, and a whole series of SD cards. Read More

  • Review: Eye-Fi Pro X2 Wireless Camera Card

    Short version: transfer the photos you take from your camera to your computer without hassles, and without wires, using the X2 Pro card from Eye-Fi. Add in the ability to automatically post photos to a growing number of online sites, geotagging, and “Endless Memory” and the Pro X2 card is a great buy at $149. Read More

  • Lexar announces new line of "Gamer" SDHC cards

    Lexar announced their new “gaming” memory cards today. I”m curious what exactly makes these cards specifically for gamers? Do they drink Mountain Dew? Do they call other memory cards ‘Bro’ while giving them dead leg? Other then labeling, I’m not sure what else makes these gamer level memory cards special. Read More

  • SanDisk's 32GB Extreme III SDHC card is the world's fastest: 30MB/s

    HTC may have won the morning, but SanDisk also dropped a bit of news that may interest you. Its got a 32GB SDHC cards, which is due for release this August, that is said to be the world’s fastest, with speeds topping out at 30MB/s. Read More

  • Much faster: Panasonic announces class 10 SDHC cards

    The evaluation of data transfer speed rates for SD/SDHC cards is determined by the so called “Speed Classes”, which were constituted by the SD Card Association (yes, there is an association for that). So far, the fastest SDHC cards reached speed class 6, meaning the producers guarantee data transfer rates of at least 6 MByte/s. But now Panasonic in Japan unveiled cards belonging to… Read More

  • Delkin launches SDHC series aimed at HD folk

    And the PMA fun continues! Delkin just announced their VideoPro line of SDHC cards ranging from 4GB to 32GB. They’re supposedly optimized for HD recording. Read More

  • Elecom's SDHC card is waterproof, dontcha know

    Need an SDHC card? Need one in 4GB or 8GB? Need one that’s waterproof? Unless you work for Magnum, my guess is “no,” but the option’s there, thanks to Elecom, if you want it. She’s out later this month, but the Japanese firm hasn’t revealed an asking price. Considering you can buy an 8GB SDHC card on Amazon for a little more than $20, Elecom’s new… Read More

  • Toshiba presents new 16GB microSDHC and two SDHC cards

    Sandisk announced a 16GB micro SDHG card back in September and is now followed by Toshiba, whose model (SD-ME016GA) will be released in Japan in January next year [JP]. According to Asahi Shimbun [JP], one of Japan’s biggest newspapers, it will cost around $200 (Toshiba itself speaks of open prices). Toshiba also announced two SDHC cards. The SD-C16GT6 holds 16GB and will cost $200 when… Read More

  • Eye-Fi wireless SD card gets bumped up to 4GB

    Everyone’s favorite wireless memory card is now available with four gigabytes of storage. The Eye-Fi Anniversary Edition has just been announced to commemorate one year of wireless photo slinging from the Mountain View, California-based company. The card is selling with an MSRP of $129.99 but Costco members can get it for $99 on Costco.com – not too bad for a 4GB SDHC card with… Read More

  • Kingston adds 32GB SDHC to Elite Pro line

    There’s really no need to get whimsical with this post. Kingston has announced a 32GB SDHC for you HD recording folk or anyone that really needs 32 gigs worth of room on an SD card. You’ll have to shell out about $308 for it, though. * Compliant: with the SD Card Association specification version 2.00
    * Secure: built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
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  • Panasonic's 32GB SDHC memory card coming in April

    These SD cards just get bigger and fatter all the time — and by bigger and fatter, I mean internally. After all, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. This one from Panasonic, available in April, is a 32-gigabyte card. Granted, it’s $700 but it does work rather speedily with a 20mb/sec transfer speed. There’s a SanDisk 32-gigabyte card that’ll also be out… Read More

  • SanDisk's Ultra II SDHC cards to do USB

    [photopress:ultra_ii_8gb_sdhc_plus_card.jpg,full,right]SanDisk is cutting the cord with the forthcoming Ultra II SDHC cards, with capacities up to 8GB. The card folds in half, turning it into a USB drive, so you don’t have to tote a card reader around with you at all times. Neat! They hit the shelves later this month for less than $100 for 8GB, and $80 for 4GB. Read More

  • Do you really need a 16GB SDHC? Kingston thinks so.

    Don’t get me wrong here. Having more capacity is always a plus, but 16GB of space?! I can barely fill up my 8GB SDHC and Kingston comes out with a 16GB Class 4 SDHC memory card. What does Class 4 mean? Well, the minimum data transfer rate on this is 4MB/s. Not too shabby. That’s about all you really need to know, too. It retails for $231. Read More

  • CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Kingston SDHC for the photogs on your list

    I didn’t fully understand the strain that’s put on SD cards when they’re being used in a digital camera. I purchased a 2GB SD months ago and I was happy with it and still am, but I can never use it again in my DLSR. It simply cannot process the data fast enough and regurgitate it when I need it. I’m an impatient person and I like things to be done FAST. Of course… Read More

  • 8GB of fury: Sandisk intros new Extreme III SDHC card

    If, for some reason or another, you need more storage and high performance for your DSLR, then by all means, take a gander at SanDisk’s 8GB Extreme II SDHC card. It’s secure, it has a huge amount of storage, can transfer data at a whopping 20MB/sec and cook you some eggs sunnyside-up. Oh, you thought you were going to get an 8GB SDHC card for cheap, didn’t you? You make me laugh. Read More

  • Sandisk Gold Memory Card Contest

    Since Sandisk isn’t making killer products with pictures of hot babes surrounding them, they went for the next best thing: gold. Over in Japan, Sandisk is holding a contest for consumers who bought the Extreme IV 8GB CompactFlash or Ultra ll 4GB SDHC cards. If you bought a specially-marked package, you could win a solid gold version of your card. Incredibly exciting, I know. Totally… Read More

  • Lexar And SanDisk Love Prosumers Long Time

    Companies that feature “prosumer” products usually have a good rep. and their products are usually worth the extra cash. However, memory cards I just can’t see becoming “ultra extreme pro” or anything like that. But going against the grain, SanDisk and Lexar have announced multiple high-end memory cards. Lexar will offer a 4GB CF card and 2 and 4GB Memory Stick… Read More

  • Ultra Brings SDHC Cards Fast, Large And Cheap

    Ultra, a company probably better known for its PC cases and power supplies, has been bringing a lot of extra gear to the market this year. This morning, it announced an 8GB SDHC card for use in, well, any device that can use the high-capacity cards, for the low price of $149.99. Beyond the capacity size there’s the read speed of 18MB per second and the write speed of 3MB per second, so… Read More

  • SanDisk Hits 4GB with miniSD SDHC


    SanDisk has unveiled it 4GB miniSD High Capacity (SDHC) flash card. Before you get too excited, I should note that these things aren’t supported by any devices yet.
    These SDHC cards comply to the new SDA 2.0 standard that will eventually allow miniSD to contain up to 32GB. Amazing really. That much capacity on something so small. They should be widely available next year, but for now… Read More