Few reports about the Sony company to exist the television and the smartphone market and its not even been a week about these reports. But the Sony, the Japanese tech company went ahead to launch the SR-64HXA which is a 64GB Class 10 microSDXC card.
It would come with the ‘Premium Sound’ and it would coasts almost five times of the regular microSDXC card. Reports from the Verge says that the SR-64HXA would cost about JPY 18,500 which would be roughly around Rs. 9,600 or $155.
This would a great pick if the users wants to get the Sony Walkman ZX2 which was launched at the CES 2015 event and it was tagged at $1,200 which would be roughly around Rs. 74,700. This would be available only in Japan. The company says that the memory card gets good sound quality as it is engineered for it.
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