Toshiba announces 16GB and 32GB SDHC flash units

By Justin Mann on August 22, 2007, 7:04 PM
More interesting flash news today, Toshiba has announced that they will be upping the ante on SDHC with higher capacity cards. Later this year, Toshiba plans to begin shipping a 16GB SDHC unit and then bumping that up soon after to a massive 32GB.

The 32GB units are expected to be expensive, probably above $350, with the 16GB units being in the $200 range. They are even announcing a Micro SDHC version, which will have an 8GB capacity, also scheduled for release at the same time as the 32GB unit in January.

Earlier in the week, Toshiba announced plans for a 320GB 2.5 drive.




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OUTLAWXXX said:
Now if they marketed those flash drives with a finger scanner on it that would be way advanced compared to the competition. I know one competitor has finger scanning but they don't have as much memory. People respond to advanced technology.
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