Remember when the SDXC memory card format was formally revealed by the SD Association a couple years ago? Well, the actual products are slowly filtering into the marketplace, including a 64GB offering from Kingston Technology. Whereas other competitors like Panasonic have released their 32GB and 64GB SDXC cards, Kingston is staying in the game with their 64GB SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 card. Just like SDHC before it, SDXC is not backwards compatible.
Maybe it’s because I’m not really in the digital SLR market, but I find that even SLRs are moving toward using the SD family of memory cards for most of their storage needs. It’s not quite as dated as the floppy disk, but I don’t see too many Compact Flash products kicking around these days.
But they’re still around and their owners still need to buy more memory
The first SDXC memory card was revealed just less then a year ago in March, a 32GB from Pretec. Others have followed suit, Toshiba came out with the first 64GB SDXC memory card, and today Panasonic with a 48GB and 64GB SDXC card. As the cards keep coming, the devices will hopefully slowly appear.