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Joining Toshiba at the top of the SDHC capacity/speed game is Elecom with this, the world's second class-4, 8GB SDHC card. Not class-2 son, oh no, this is class-4 so we're talking a 4MB/s minimum write speed. Elecom claims you'll see a max transfer rate of 7MB/s when these launch (before Toshiba?) i

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November 30, 2006 at 9:23AM
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Sure, it's not the first first 8GB SDHC card, but Transcend's is the, uh, second. Really, that's about all we can tell you about this class 2 card which, like their 4GB SDHC card also announced, means you'll get a guaranteed minimum data transfer rate of just 2MB/sec compared to Pretec's 8GB SDHC wh

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