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So by now you've seen a smattering of SDHC devices and even a few cards with capacities up to 8GB right? But what about some good ol' miniSDHC and microSDHC bastardization of the SD 1.0 standard? Sorry to tell ya, they're on the way too. In fact, Sandisk already announced their 4GB miniSDHC card bac

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So by now you've seen a smattering of SDHC devices and even a few cards with capacities up to 8GB right? But what about some good ol' miniSDHC and microSDHC bastardization of the SD 1.0 standard? Sorry to tell ya, they're on the way too. In fact, Sandisk already announced their 4GB miniSDHC card bac

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Well hello there Mr. class-4 8GB SDHC card from Toshiba, it's always nice to meet another \"world's first.\" Oh sure, other 8GB SDHC (SD 2.0) cards have been announced, but Toshiba claims that this is the first class-4 card to get so big. That rating equates to a guaranteed 4MB/s minimum write speed w

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With Toshiba and Panasonic having already unveiled their respective 4GB SDHC cards, you didn't really think that industry powerhouse SanDisk would be too far behind, did you? For the uninitiated, SDHC (or SD 2.0, as it's also known) is a new FAT32-compliant format designed for capacities up to 32GB,

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Toshiba has been quietly undercutting the US, SD card market for years hawking their wares under the brands of PNY and Dane-Elec among others. Now, they've stepped out from behind the curtain with their new, self-branded, 4GB SDHC (SD 2.0) cards which will initially feature a minimum write speed of

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We kind of hoped they'd just go away, but after Maxell announced their SDHC card reader yesterday, well, those SDHC memory cards were bound to get real soon enough. Now right on cue, Panasonic just went public with a July 26 global release date for their new 4GB SDHC (SD 2.0) cards. The cards featur

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