Panasonic's New 8GB and 16GB SDHC Cards Transfer 2x Faster

Panasonic just coughed up two new SDHC cards, the RP-SDY08G and RP-SDY16G holding 8GB and 16GB respectively, both of which adhere to the new UHS-I standard for snappy read speeds of up to 60MB/s. They'll be available in November. [Panasonic] » 9/01/10 9:36am 9/01/10 9:36am

SanDisk Claims Title of World's Fastest 32GB SDHC Card

The new Extreme SDHC card from SanDisk comes in 4/8/16/32GB capacities and boasts speeds of up to 30MB/s, which SanDisk claims as the world's fastest. » 6/24/09 11:00am 6/24/09 11:00am

SkullCandy Double Agent Headphones Feature Built-in SD Slot, Bypass the…

These new SkullCandy Double Agent headphones are neat because they directly read from an SD card, without the price of Bluetooth headphones or the need for an MP3 player. They hold any size SD card, feature a rechargable battery, come in three colors, and have side controls. How or why these were kept so low profile… » 1/12/08 7:00pm 1/12/08 7:00pm

Fujifilm Accepts SD Card, Gravity, Round Earth

Fujifilm makes some great cameras. Their low-light performance and color vibrancy can be stunning. But every review I write has to have the caveat "requires dorky, expensive xD memory cards." » 1/08/07 2:15pm 1/08/07 2:15pm

Pretec's 8GB SD 2.0 Memory Card

Pretec will release an 8GB SD 2.0 (SDHC) memory card before the end of the year that will have access speeds of up to 20MB per second. Unlike SD cards using the old SD 1.0/1.1, cards following the SD 2.0 standard won't have a 4GB size limit. Chalk this up to a new method of allocating space on the drive: whereas the… » 8/31/06 2:37pm 8/31/06 2:37pm