We’ve already heard some of the claims made about SHDC cards using the new UHS-I specification, and it looks like we’ll now soon have our first actual cards based on the spec courtesy of Panasonic. The company has just announced some 8GB and 16GB UHS-I SDHC cards at IFA, which boast a Class 10 speed specification and promise to deliver a maximum data transfer speed of 60MB/s, or about twice that of Panasonic’s current top-end cards. No word on pricing just yet, but Panasonic says they’ll be out this November. Full press release is after the break.

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