Thursday, 26 May 2011

The more the merrier!

Well who doesn't love lot's of memory on the mobile and/or device to store all there favourite pictures,movies and their entire music collection. Well, Kingmax... A well known flash memory company are now selling the worlds first Micro-SD 64GB card! 64GB in your pocket? Well I thought that one day that would become true and it's finally here, however only if you have deep pockets! Check it out....

http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/26/kingmax-flaunts-worlds-first-64gb-microsd-card/

28 comments:

  1. Wow, 64GB in a Micro SD card? what next eh?

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  2. wow this is insane! nice blog:)

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  3. wow, thats a lot in so little space.

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  4. Incredible. I still shock people with an old 40MB HDD brick and a 8GB microSD...many times smaller and lighter, holds much, much more data.

    Cool blog, following :)

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  5. What are you going to do with 64gb on a micro SD? hahaha

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  6. 64gb... microSD... OH WOW
    hahahahahaah

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  7. I just love how technology is goin hell yeah :D

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  8. more crap you can store...

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  9. That's awesome. Gotta love technology

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  10. how do they do this, 64gb on a micro sd

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  11. Mine is only 16 and i only used 7

    I blame the HD industry

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  12. I'll just take the 8gb on my iPhone, thanks.

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  13. Holy shit. I remember when 1GB flash cards were $100.

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  14. That's insane. What's next?

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  15. thanks for the engadget link, love that site.

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  16. Always gotta love having the latest greatest. I can never get enough storage space on my stuff.

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  17. 64 GB, holy eff.. Remember when computers had like 20 max....

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  18. @RileyAndJustinSports i know right now technology has come a long way

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  19. 64gb is great for a micro SD! But I heard off a friend (true) that they're now selling 1TB flash drives?!

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  20. Pretty cool, I wonder how many movies would fit in it...

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  21. I love hearing about larger formats being released, because it means current sizes will drop in price!

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