This latest development from the market leader in memory chips follows the New Memory Growth Theory that memory density will double every 12 months, which Hwang first presented in 2002.
Flash drives use 5% of the electricity compared to hard drives They weigh only half as much as a hard drive of comparable size but read data three times faster and write data 1.5 times faster.
If they keep doubling then the memory cards go as follows:
2006 64GB card
2007 128 GB card
2008 256 GB card
2009 512 GB card
2010 1 TB card