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SD cards triple speed, get e-book spec

1/5/2011 05:19 PM EST
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chanj0
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chanj0   1/5/2011 5:37:30 PM
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Giving the trend and the decrease in price, will SD become the next generation storage that will replace CD/ DVD for music/ books/ movie media sold in the store?

eewiz
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eewiz   1/5/2011 5:56:15 PM
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Another spec for ebooks!! And it comes with DRM! DRM is a real pain and already its difficult to deal with the multiple formats. Why dont they just use one of the many ebook specs already available like ePub/pdf?

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rick merritt   1/5/2011 7:38:06 PM
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It's not clear what copyright protection this spec may or may not specify

selinz
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selinz   1/6/2011 1:13:29 AM
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The last sentence in the article is ominous because it stanks of DRM... That usually means problems for users.

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Ramesh.kvp   1/6/2011 9:38:23 AM
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SD UHS-II for storage and USB3.0 for interface is the awesome combination for storage and mobile users when it comes to real picture. :)

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