The World's New Fastest SDHC Memory Card

Reading at a maximum of 95MB/s and writing at 80MB/s, the new Toshiba SDHC UHS-I memory cards are the fastest in the world. Now, good luck finding a camera that can saturate that kind of bandwidth. » 9/02/10 10:18am 9/02/10 10:18am

SanDisk 32GB MicroSDHC Card Is the Most Giantest Storage That'll Fit In…

SanDisk has figured out a way to cram 32GB of storage onto a chip the size of your pinkie that slides into your phone—if it's got a micro SDHC slot, anyway. Which is awesome! Not awesome: It's $200, which is as much as your phone actually cost. Oh well. It'd be kind of a steal if the iPad took 'em though. » 3/22/10 1:16pm 3/22/10 1:16pm

Samsung's 64GB Chip Means Serious Storage for iPhones and PMPs

Samsung's new 64GB flash NAND and 32GB microSD card may be the first of each to market, bringing lots more storage space to phones like the iPhone, Droid and Nexus One as well as other handheld devices. Big win! » 1/13/10 12:20am 1/13/10 12:20am

SanDisk Starts Shipping X4 Flash Cards, Will Eventually Be Awesome

SanDisk's X4 tech packs four bits of data into each memory cell, compared with the typical one or two bits. That means they'll be able to far exceed the 32GB limit on SDHC, microSDHC and others, and they've started shipping. » 10/13/09 4:20am 10/13/09 4:20am

Kingston MobileLite G2 Card Reader Protects Your Cards Like They're…

Kingston's followup to its MobileLite, the MobileLite G2, brings a new, dual-slider design that aims to protect your SD/HC and microSD/HC cards from harm. It's the most caring card reader on the market. » 10/08/09 12:10am 10/08/09 12:10am

OCZ CrossOver Flash Drive Features microSD Expansion

If we looked between the couch cushions, we could probably find 20GB or so in various roaming flash media. Yet it all goes unused whenever we pull out the trusty USB stick. » 12/05/08 10:40am 12/05/08 10:40am

Giz Explains: An Illustrated Guide to Every Stupid Memory Card You Need

High on the list of gadget annoyances that make me want to scab my eyes out with a spork—just below cables » 10/01/08 2:00pm 10/01/08 2:00pm and —is the unfettered proliferation of memory cards. Even though they all fundamentally do the same thing—store data for handheld devices—they come in a million different sizes and shapes from almost as many…

SanDisk 16GB MicroSD Cards Arrive in Stores

While SanDisk has made no official announcements, their 16GB MicroSD cards are popping up for sale at various internet retailers (at various prices, we might add). Ranging from $80 to $220 (we'd go with the $80), prices will settle with more availability. But we're pretty excited to toss an iPhone's worth of flash… » 9/25/08 8:22am 9/25/08 8:22am

SanDisk's New 12GB microSDHC Card Is World's Largest, Jumping to 16GB…

The Scoop: SanDisk's latest microSDHC card has 12GB of storage, the fattest microSDHC card ever. But! It's only a proof of concept. According to the booth reps, the actual release model in June will be a whopping 16GB, double the previous biggun'.

The Catch: Um, none, except more gigs=more dollars. [SanDisk]

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SanDisk has begun shipping its 8GB microSDHC and M2 flash memory cards. The company hopes that they will find a market among users of memory-card-ready mobile phones. Available now for $140 and $150, respectively. [Electronista] » 10/26/07 7:40pm 10/26/07 7:40pm

Kingmax Announces 4GB Capacity on a Tiny MicroSDHC Card

Kingmax has discovered how to make twice as many fairies dance on the head of a pin, shoehorning 4GB of data onto a microSDHC flash memory card, a first. This is simply amazing. Just look at that size comparison I've made above—a credit card looks like it's the size of a billboard next to a microSD card. When you hold… » 1/18/07 11:50am 1/18/07 11:50am