Silicon Power reveals new MicroSD card21 January 2011 15:28:14
A new 32GB MicroSD card has been unveiled by Silicon Power.
The manufacturer claims the high-capacity card is designed as a solution to the "global fervour" of smartphones and the need to store entertainment media on such devices.
Smaller than a fingernail, the card can store over 9,000 photos, nearly 500 minutes of full HD videos, more than 6,000 songs and thousands of files.
Silicon Power says the memory card, which has a Class 4 speed rating, is also ideal for digital cameras, ebook readers and digital photo frames.
The manufacturer is making the MicroSD card available either on its own or as part of two different adapter packs - the SD Adapter pack and SD & miniSD Adapters pack.
It explains: "The adaptor packs increase the ways of different usages needs, letting consumers enjoy the convenience of transferring and processing the same data on many platforms."
The news follows the recent unveiling of a 32GB MicroSD card by Lexar.
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