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Silicon Power trots out 32GB SDHC Class 6 memory card

by Parm Mann on 6 October 2008, 09:54

Tags: 32GB SDHC Class 6, Silicon Power

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Silicon Power, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of all-things flash, today announced the launch of its 32GB SDHC Class 6 memory card.

The memory card, pictured right, is one of few 32GB SDHC solutions on the market to be certified by the SD Card association's Class 6 speed rating. Class 6 - currently the highest SDHC rating available - specifies a minimum write speed of 6MB/s, making this little card one of the quickest available.

Silicon Power claims the card to be ideal for "professional users to conveniently store hours of high quality video without carrying many flash cards", and a "perfect match for high-end digital cameras".

It joins Silicon Power's existing 4GB, 8GB and 16GB Class models, and measures in at 24mm x 32mm x 2.1mm and weighs 2g. The card will ship with a lifetime warranty, but there's no word on pricing just yet.

Official press release: Silicon Power releases 32GB SDHC Class 6 memory card



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Class 6 - currently the highest SDHC rating available - specifies a minimum write speed of 6MB/s, making this little card one of the quickest available.
But not a patch on SanDisks 32GB UntraII which is 2.5x faster :)

Although I would expect the Silicon Power card to be significantly cheaper than the SanDisk
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But not a patch on SanDisks 32GB UntraII which is 2.5x faster :)

Although I would expect the Silicon Power card to be significantly cheaper than the SanDisk

True although this article does not specify this actual card's speed it merely specifies the class 6 speed.
10 of these and you'll have a nice little hard drive.:)