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Green House Rolls Out 256 GB SDXC Memory Card

By - Source: Guru3D | B 8 comments

If you're a tech aficionado with really, really serious mobile flash storage needs, Green House has a brand new Class 10 SDXC UHS-1 memory card just for you.

Green House has launched a new SDXC memory card which offers a whopping 256 GB of MLC NAND flash memory that is designed for high-speed photography and lengthy HD video recording. The card also offers a Class 10 UHS-1 rating that can deliver read and write speeds of up to 78 MB/s and 50 MB/s, respectively.

The Green House GH-SDXCUA256G SDXC memory card retails for an awe inspiring ¥49,800 ($497) and includes a "portable hard case" and a 3 year manufacturer warranty.

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    f-14 , November 23, 2013 1:00 AM
    snowden is kicking himself for not waiting another year.
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    Pherule , November 23, 2013 1:39 AM
    MLC, eww, no thanks. SLC or gtfo
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    Prescott_666 , November 23, 2013 7:55 AM
    Professional photographers will not hesitate at $497.00, but the rest of us are not going to bite at that price.
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    damianrobertjones , November 23, 2013 8:37 AM
    How about a 128GB MicroSD as there's a whole load of tablets and phones waiting... and waiting.
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    hakesterman , November 23, 2013 1:57 PM
    I'm all in at $ 45.00
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    chicofehr , November 23, 2013 3:47 PM
    I wish my cell phone supported full sized sd cards. I have a 128GB from sandisk and it would be nice to use in my phone but micro sd rules the mobile scene. Not that they couldn't fit one but no one bothers.
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    epaciga , November 23, 2013 5:30 PM
    Expensive, as new things are...but impressive space for such a small size.
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    photonboy , November 23, 2013 10:49 PM
    MLC vs SLC vs TLC
    Reliability has improved so much that either one is a viable solution as long as the card is well built.

    It would be far better for example, to have a Sandisk TLC card then a cheap SLC card from some company with poor quality control.