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Ok, not sure how this is going to do- it's a whopping 32GB and is released on 23rd Aug.


Specifications * Please Note: Please check the device you are buying this card for is SDHC compatible. SDHC cards are not backwards compatible with standard SD Host devices, however standard SD cards are forward compatible with SDHC host devices
* Designed for SDHC compatible host devices
* Class 4 SDHC
* SDHC memory cards are just as compact and slim as the standard SD card
* 5 year warranty
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#1
who on earth would need a sd card this big? Even top end proffesional cameras i think you struggle to fill this.
#2
Would be great for an MP3 player if it could take this sort of capacity. Can't wait until these are £10 or so!
#3
give it 6 months and it should be a tenner lol
#4
cullet16
who on earth would need a sd card this big? Even top end proffesional cameras i think you struggle to fill this.


Maybe people could use it in the new portable laptops as a expansion to the 4gb flash hard drive.
Or
High Definition camcorders like the Canon HF100, this would give you 4 hours recording at the highest quality.
#5
yeh i was thinking of getting this for my asus eee
#6
As mentioned, it's the camcorders that'll use this. I could do with one for my Panasonic HD-9, 4hours recording would be great. Think I'll wait for them to drop in price though.

This card has meant that their 16GB one has droppped to £34.99 (class4) or for the same money you can pre-order their class 6 16GB (http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/6109381/Play-com-16GB-Class-6-Memory-Card/Product.html)
#7
cullet16
who on earth would need a sd card this big? Even top end proffesional cameras i think you struggle to fill this.



me for my 901 eee, when i get one, tho i'll be after a class 6 one!
#8
If you shoot in raw+jpg mode on a 10mp camera you wont get alot of photos on a 4gb card, although I assume if your gonna do that youd want a faster card.
#9
Lot's of usage for one of these...

The new netbooks to boost storage
Multimedia players like the wee Archos etc
HD Camcorders
High capacity DIY pen drives

Kinda makes you wonder how they can fit 32GB in something so small, and yet only currently be at 50GB with a BluRay disc which is about the same thickness but much larger. Also makes you wonder how a 32GB SD card can be £60 yet a 32GB SSD drive is several hundreds.
#10
ohh pricey (not that I know how much a card of that size would normally be!)
#11
woohoomoo;2644354
Kinda makes you wonder how they can fit 32GB in something so small, and yet only currently be at 50GB with a BluRay disc which is about the same thickness but much larger.
But much cheaper.
Also makes you wonder how a 32GB SD card can be £60 yet a 32GB SSD drive is several hundreds.
Because it's much faster - though I think you exaggerate the price a bit.
#12
Fantastic!! Going to be great with my eee pc!
#13
would change my Zen from 30 to 62 Gig - without an issue?
#14
Providing the supports SDHC then I don't see why not.
#15
God this thing is a beauty! 32gb on such a tiny thing. Wow!

Great for all the new HD cameras that run on these cards, portable media players etc.

It's amazing how cheap memory cards have become (and continue to drop in price).
#16
Big, yes, but not so big you'd never use it. That's 'only' 1450 RAW+JPEG images on my camera. If I were going on a fortnights holiday to Canada, New Zealand etc, I would easily use 100 shots a day.
#17
charlene265
ohh pricey (not that I know how much a card of that size would normally be!)


3 years ago I paid £30 for a 256Mb card. 120 times the capacity for 2 times the price.

Of course, I'm an old git and can remember paying £1500 for 1Gb RAM for a PC
#18
Would this work with an Asus eee 901 PC?
#19
Imagine the amount of time it will take to transfer data to fill the 32gb. Take over 2hrs by my estimates at 4MB/s
#20
For anyone who has a Cowon D2 (as I do using the 16GB version of the Play branded card here), this is pretty damn awesome. Heat added. 36GB (4GB internal + 32GB external) of storage... wow almost can't believe it myself.
#21
Great for putting movies on to watch on old PDA phones like XDA's.
#22
How many old devices can support them this size though?
#23
I'm not sure that you can use this like a hard-drive though. There's only a limited amount of read and writes these things can do before they become knackered. That's also why you shouldn't use a flash drive as memory on Windows Vista.
#24
My 8gb card (ebuyer - £15) only does 33mins of HD video on my Panasonic TZ5 camera, so I can see a use for it. Nice though it sounds, I am not going to buy a 32 gig card until I start to get inconvenienced by the current capacity. That may be a while, as I am taking my laptop on hols with me this year, so I can download on a daily basis.
#25
mcparland;2644974
3 years ago I paid £30 for a 256Mb card. 120 times the capacity for 2 times the price.

Of course, I'm an old git and can remember paying £1500 for 1Gb RAM for a PC

Gosh, I might be an older git then - £200 for 1MB (yes Megabyte!)
#26
The latest acer aspire one netbook is just asking to use a card like this as it supports SDHC, also I have an Archos solid state recorder that also supports SDHC - the battery will die before it fills the card up!!
#27
guli;2645583
Gosh, I might be an older git then - £200 for 1MB (yes Megabyte!)
And I must be older too - about £5 for a 2114 chip which is half a kilobyte: that's £10 000 a megabyte!
#28
Voted Scorchio!

That's more storage than my 30Gb HP laptop which I bought back in 2001 for £1,300!

32Gb of Pron on a postage stamp! Hawt! Hawt! Hawt!
#29
vikingaero;2647032
Voted Scorchio!

That's more storage than my 30Gb HP laptop which I bought back in 2001 for £1,300!



I remember buying my first hard disk with a mighty 20 megabytes :-)

Now you can fit 1600x as much in a little postage stamp sized card.
#30
arfster
I remember buying my first hard disk with a mighty 20 megabytes :-)

Now you can fit 1600x as much in a little postage stamp sized card.


1638.4x as much to be precise :D
#31
woohoomoo;2644354
Also makes you wonder how a 32GB SD card can be £60 yet a 32GB SSD drive is several hundreds.

Different memory. This is slow and SSD's are FAST
#32
montblanc;2645520
I'm not sure that you can use this like a hard-drive though. There's only a limited amount of read and writes these things can do before they become knackered. That's also why you shouldn't use a flash drive as memory on Windows Vista.

The reason why you shouldn't use flash drive as readyboost is because RAM is not much more expensive and help a lot more.

Flash memory these days can do lots of read write cycles. You're talking many many many years of 24/7 usage before a flash drive will die from being used as readyboost memory.
#33
arfster
I remember buying my first hard disk with a mighty 20 megabytes :-)

Now you can fit 1600x as much in a little postage stamp sized card.


commodore amiga?
#34
Acorn Archimedes :-)
#35
woohoomoo
Kinda makes you wonder how they can fit 32GB in something so small, and yet only currently be at 50GB with a BluRay disc which is about the same thickness but much larger.


The bulk of a DVD/CD/Bluray disk is just the protective plastic and the label on top....if you've ever scraped the top off of a cheap dvd you'll know that the data part of it is extremely thin so if you could scrunch that up as small as possible it should actually be smaller than the chip inside an SD card, which means the memory part of the disk is probably much smaller than the memory part of an SD card....though I haven't tested it myself.
#36
That doesn't make sense because "scrunching it up" makes it three-dimensional and memory chips are not three-dimensional - they are one layer of memory cells.
#37
pibpob;2657034
That doesn't make sense because "scrunching it up" makes it three-dimensional and memory chips are not three-dimensional - they are one layer of memory cells.

Chips can be stacked :)
#38
MarzBarz
give it 6 months and it should be a tenner lol


Not quite 6 months yet but no sign of a reduction in price! :-(
#39
Monkey nuts 2
Not quite 6 months yet but no sign of a reduction in price! :-(


you still got a 2 month wait :whistling:
#40
shanecr
you still got a 2 month wait :whistling:


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