SanDisk to mass produce 64GB memory cards

Feb 10, 2009
A fair-goer sits next to a logo of US data storage giant SanDisk at a technology fair. SanDisk on Tuesday said it will begin mass producing flash memory cards with an unprecedented 64 gigabytes of storage capacity.

SanDisk on Tuesday said it will begin mass producing flash memory cards with an unprecedented 64 gigabytes of storage capacity.



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not rated yet Feb 11, 2009
That's more than a blue ray disc. I wonder how long it will be before we start to see movies distributed on these.

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