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64 GB next gen SDXC memory card launched by Transcend

64 GB next gen SDXC memory card launched by Transcend

Bangalore: Transcend is set to introduce the 64GB Class 10 SDXC memory card in India. These next generation standards for SD cards are available at a price of Rs. 15,000.

SDXC, expanded as Secure Digital eXtended Capacity, is developed by the Secure Digital Association (SDA). The capacities of this new series of cards range from 32GB to 2TB. Compared to SDHC standard, the SDXC cards have greater storage facility and fast data transfer rates up to 25MB/s.

The faster data rates ensure there is no lag in recording 1920X1080 full HD videos. It also supports high-speed consecutive shooting at sporting or other fast-motion events. A separate faster speed category rating called UHS (Ultra High Speed) is also on its way.

Earlier this month, Kingston also announced their 64GB SDXC card at a price tag of $500.


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