Saturday, August 25, 2007

Toshiba Unveils First 32GB High-Density Flash Card

eWeek reports: "Toshiba revealed Aug. 22 that it will soon add three new high-density flash memory cards to its product lineup—including one it touts as the world's first 32GB flash card. ... The Tokyo-based company, which partners with SanDisk to produce SanDisk High Capacity cards, also announced a 16GB SDHC card and an 8GB microSDHC card."

Is this the beginning of the end of mechanical hard drives? These devices could also evolve into special niche markets, where a lot of cheap storage is needed.
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