SanDisk Bumps MicroSDXC Extreme, Ultra Cards Up To 256 GB

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I must be getting old, because I remember when the first computer I built only had a 3.2GiB EIDE drive.
In fact, it was not for quite a few years that they even made drives as large as this MicroSD card :p

Other than the excessive pricing, these defiantly look interesting.
For anyone who has a large music library or travels often and wants to bring loads of FHD media with them, they look to offer great competition to the Samsung offerings.
 

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AHH!! Thanks for bringing up the old war memory's of installing software with the floppy's.
 

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This happened to a friend of mine when reinstalling Windows 3.11 from floppies only to push the computer's power button instead of the eject button. That culprit was me. lol
 

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LOL my first was a 20Kb of RAM Vic 20 :p First REAL computer was an 8086 640K RAM, with 5.25" floppy, and a 30 Meg HD. I upgraded that puppy to 1.6 MB of RAM, the 8087 Co-Processor, and a VGA video adapter.
 
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