Holy crap! How long would it take to fill it with data, assuming you had an idle 2TB lying around on some other enormous hard drive?
Latest SD card format to reach 2TB of storage – ZDNet.co.uk
The SD Association, the industry group behind the Secure Digital memory card format, has introduced a version of the technology that can squeeze up to two terabytes of data into a postage-stamp-sized card.
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The SDXC (eXtended Capacity) specification was announced on Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The flash-based specification, which the SD Association detail fully in the first quarter of this year, is being touted by the industry group as ideal for mobile phones, cameras and other portable devices through which users might want to play or record large amounts of media.
“With SDXC, consumers can quickly download higher-quality content to their phones, including games, video and music,” James Taylor, the SD Association’s president, said in a statement. “The SD interface already has proven itself valuable in mobile phones. Now, SDXC memory card capabilities will spur further handset sophistication and boost consumer content demand.”