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OCZ deploys its first SDHC cards

updated 10:30 am EDT, Tue April 10, 2007

OCZ deploys SDHC cards

Memory specialists OCZ have released their first SDHC cards. While not backwards compatible with standard SD slots, SDHC does enable greater capacities, running from 4 to 32GB. OCZ's two cards are measured at 4 and 8GB, but unlike first-generation offerings from other competitors, they are rated at the slightly faster Class 4 speed, or 4MB/s. Each card is also provided an unusually long three-year warranty. The cards should soon be on sale from both online stores and retail outlets.



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