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Wednesday, 22 August 2007 13:06

Toshiba goes large with 32GB SDHC card

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Not available until January '08


It seems to use that a lot of companies are keen in pre-announcing products these days, and Toshiba is following everyone's lead by pre-announcing it's 32GB SDHC card which will be available some time in January next year for an expected retail price of around €520.

Also announced for January next year was an 8GB microSDHC card and it should retail for around €260. A little bit closer to now is a 16GB SDHC card which should be available in October, also for around €260.

All three sizes are class 4 cards, which means that all of the cards should have a minimum sustained write speed of 4MB/s. All three cards should be on display at IFA which starts on the 31st of August.

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