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SanDisk upgrades Ultra II SDHC/SDHC Plus cards

updated 01:05 pm EST, Thu January 31, 2008

SanDisk Ultra II SDHC/Plus

SanDisk is preparing the release of two new SDHC cards in its Ultra II line. The preeminent one is a 32GB model, representing the largest possible size for the SDHC format; this is still rarely seen in the commercial market. Unlike Toshiba's rival card however, the SanDisk card writes at a fast 15MBs, making it more suitable for HD camcorders and SLRs like the Nikon D80. It will ship in April for approximately $350, bundled with a MicroMate USB 2.0 reader.

Those who want to bypass a reader will soon be able to buy an 8GB version of the Ultra II SDHC Plus card. This has a built-in, flip-out USB port, which allows people to use the card as both device storage and a more conventional USB flash drive. It will be available in March for $100.




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  1. jimothy

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    Transfer rate

    So, what's the transfer rate? 20MB/sec or 6MB/sec?

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