Panasonic have recently unveiled two new SDXC memory cards, both of which are Class 10 which are capable of 22MB/s transfer speeds.
One of these cards has a 48GB capacity, and the other has a 64GB capacity, a 48GB card should be able to store over 6 hours of Full HD AVCHD video.
Most card readers will not be able to read these memory cards, therefore Panasonic have also released a new SDXC memory card reader, this reader is only compatible with Windows-based PCs.
As you would expect all of this high-end technology does not come cheaply, a 48GB SDXC card will cost you around $550, whereas a 64GB card will cost you around $700, Panasonic’s card reader will cost you $55.
All of the above mentioned products will be available from February 19th, to find out more check out SlashGear.