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64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities join Lexar 400X CompactFlash series  
Friday, January 6, 2012 | by Rob Galbraith
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Lexar has announced three new capacities in its Professional 400X CompactFlash series: 64GB, 128GB and - an industry first - 256GB. The 64GB and 128GB cards are to ship in February at manufacturer's suggested retail prices of US$299.99 and US$469.99, respectively, while the 256GB will be released some time in the first half of the year. A price for it has not been set.

As with other Lexar CompactFlash carrying the Professional name, the additions to the 400X line will come with Image Rescue 4 photo recovery software for Mac and Windows and pro-level tech support.
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