Surprising, Sony has recently unveiled a premium memory card for price tag approximately $160. For that amount, it is five times the cost of the regular microSD with same capacity space. Called the Sony SR-64HXA 64GB micro SDXC memory card for Premium Sound, the tiny storage was designed for audiophiles.
So, audio freaks will able to use it and claims less electrical noise production when the host device is reading or writing on it. Company says the premium 64GB micro SDXC card was made for some people who are committed to great sound quality would want it.
Alongside the expensive memory card, Sony has revealed its high-fidelity $1,200 Walkman NW-ZX2 media player. That’s able to delivering something great for people who passion for clean sound. The Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 is basically a successor to the existing ZX1 model, which was introduced less than seven months ago. Targeted at the audiophile market, the media player offers capable of playing Hi-Res Audio formats, as well as traditional lower-bitrate audio files. It is also allowing users to streaming content and other media.
The Japanese giant company has also introduced other high-resolution audio technology. It is including high-end headphones and wireless speakers. So, anyone planning to purchase the premium 64GB micro SDXC card from Sony?