Time.com reports that hot on the heels of its new $1,200 Walkman, Sony has unveiled a new product for audiophiles with money to burn: A $160 memory card specially designed for song files. But even Sony isn’t sure if people will buy one.
The 64 gigabyte SR-64HXA micro SDXC can play back music with less electrical noise than the standard memory card, Sony told the Wall Street Journal. It also comes at roughly five times the price of its slightly noisier rivals.
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