Kingmax Flaunts World's First 64gb Micro SD

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    It seems Kingmax is back and has brought along the worlds first 64GB MicroSDXC Card along

    Lets hope to see Sandisk and others to follow suite with this micro technology and devices upping their card read capacity



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    Surprised to see that it's also a class-6 and not a class-2 or 4, but won't be long until there's a class-10 released. It's quite incredible though that have that much storage space in such a small container :rockon:
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    Are there any phones on Verizon that supports 64gig?
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    Wow and it's a class 6 at that, quite impressive. It's impossible for me to imagine how these micro SD's can contain such vast amounts of data. Unreal. :)
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    past Verizon is there any at this point that will work with 64gb?
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    Its also kinda hard to imagine how much it will cost when it comes out lol.
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    Sweet that should mean the 40 gb will be a lot cheaper for me! :D
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    Nice! Funny, my first computer had a 6 gig hard drive! And at the time, my yahoo mail inbox had a 6mb max!
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    It's nice to be able to put a boatload of music on and not worry about whittling anything down to fit on 16 or 32 gigs. Then you've got some additional storage to use like a USB stick for key files. That's the interesting thing to me - backing up my computer and key files on something that is always with me as it (eventually) is cheaper than other alternatives.