WIth Sony embracing new memory card formats and products, SanDisk and Lexar are taking a wait and see approach.
Earlier this month, Sony released the first XQD format memory card, but the company isn't stopping there with pushing into new storage options. Sony has now announced that they're creating a new line of high-speed SD cards. The flagship UHS-I series will be available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB versions, and promises 94MB/s read and 45MB/s write speeds. Starting at $44.99 a pop, Sony has also treated them to be water resistant, and will have them on shelves in March.