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Samsung Announces 32GB MicroSD Card

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Jan 12, 2010, 10:00 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Today Samsung announced two new 30nm-class, high-density flash modules for mobile devices and memory cards. The first is a 64GB moviNAND chip that can be embedded in mobile devices. The 64GB module is already in production. The second product is a 32GB microSD card that Samsung plans to bring to market this year. The 32GB microSD card is sampling now and should be in production starting in February.




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Jan 12, 2010, 10:46 PM

Getting a little crazy...

...with the capacities.

I've got an 8 gig SD card that holds over a thousand 12 megapixel images.

I guess this will be good for video freaks.
I have 30gb's of music on my computer. I would love to have all of my music on my blackberry if they made a card big enough.

Options are good. Keep pushing it!

And yes, it will be good for video freaks, lol
I've got a 16gb card in my N95 and it's only half full. 1410 songs & 1900 pictures.

Jan 12, 2010, 11:54 PM

And eventually, we'll have 1TB MicroSD cards...

And then 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, 5TB, and so on...

Don't say it can't happen. It can.

Phones will eventually be embedded in our brains, and we'll connect and disconnect simply by pulling down on our earlobes. The microphone would be embedded in the corner of our mouths.

*yank on the right ear* "Hello? No, I'm sorry, this is not Domino's." *yank on the left ear* *click*
I still remember in 8th grade when my tech teacher was talking about a "hypothetical" 1000mhz computer, but he couldn't see it happening because we would never need that power.

...I feel so old

Jan 13, 2010, 10:32 AM

Guess We Can Say Bye Bye Blue-Ray

With 64GB cards coming out and next 1 TB. Whats the use for Blu-Ray? Just make movies on cards!
Hmm, this article didn't say anything about 64gb cards, the headline said 32gb's.
It's a 64GB embedded chip, not a removeable card. The card is 32GB. Granted, 64GB is the next step, but probably not for about a year.

Where do you get the idea they'd jump from 64GB to 1TB!!!???
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