It's hard to imagine Pretec's newly announced 64GB CompactFlash as being small, but the company has done exactly that by concurrently releasing a 100GB CF card. All that storage doesn't come at a big expense to performance either, with the company claiming a 35MB/s access speed for the 233X CF.
Pretec also announced super high speed 333X 32GB and 50GB CF cards, with each one capable of running up to 50MB/s. Combined with the monstrous 100GB CF card, Pretec can now boast having both the highest capacity and fastest CompactFlash cards on the market.
On a side note, Pretec says it's Q-SATA technology enables users to combine up to four 64GB CF cards configured as a 256GB SATA SSD, a luxury that would run just shy of $1,600.
Much less expensive (but still spendy), the 233X 64GB and 333X 32GB CF cards will carry an MSRP of $399 and $630. We're afraid to ask how much the 100GB model will run, and at least thus far, Pretec is afraid to tell.