Kingston Launches 32GB SDHC Card

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marudd2002

I think you are all missing the point (see: awesome potential). Look to the not too distant future with me here. A $600 laptop could easily have the following specs within the next decade (prob much sooner though):

8 core cpu/gpu running at 2.6 GHz on each core (4 cpu cores, 4 gpu cores)

128GB Hard Drive/RAM combo via an SDHC card emedded onto the motherboard

mobo has onboard cpu/gpu/ram/storage(hdd)/audio/usb/esata/hdmi out/etc

9" to 15" oled screen

total weight - 1/8 of macbook air at heaviest

And if you don't think this is possible you must not be a regular MaximumPC reader or someone who follows tech trends at all. Very realistic. Look where we were 10, 15, and 20 years ago. Aha, see?

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Fanboys are annoying. Price/Performance is top priority. Patience=Awesome.

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bandeezee

Would it be possible to reformat the card to NTFS?  That way you could save files larger than 4GB on it.  Or would that cause some incompatibilities with some digital devices (cameras, camcorders, etc.)?

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pellier

THATS MORE THAN THE PRICE OF A VELOCIRAPTOR

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herilo

I hope microSDHC reaches capacities like that... I have an 8gb microSDHC card in my HTC Tilt that I use to store movies and music. This has pretty effectively replaced my 8gb iPod nano ... but 32 or even 16gb would be an awesome upgrade.

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dwr50

for what you get. You can buy much more storage for half that price, but like every piece of tech the price will come down.

 

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