Though it looks like a standard SD card, the Transcend Wi-Fi SD Card comes with built-in Wi-Fi and syncs with smart devices.
ExclusiveNikon has affirmed its belief in the newly developed XQD memory card format, which so far is only available in its flagship DSLR, the Nikon D4.
Eye-Fi, the company behind the wireless SD cards, which established the product in the marketplace, has criticised the SD Association, stating that several of its key patents will be infringed upon if users create their own wireless cards.
Several memory card manufacturers are yet to join the new XQD memory card, leaving only Sony manufacturing cards at the moment.
Sony has officially announced UK and European prices for PS Vita accessories and games, but also revealed no 32GB memory card will be available at launch.
The CompactFlash Association has announced a new memory card format called XQD, which are slightly bigger than standard SD cards and can provide write speeds of 125MB/sec or higher.
SanDisk has announced a massive upgrade to its microSD line-up, with the arrival of the SanDisk Mobile Ultra 64GB microSDXC card.
Samsung's new memory cards are shockproof, dustproof and x-ray proof, as well as boasting read speeds of 24MB/s
Pretec has set the flash memory bar even higher with the launch of the 64GB and 100GB CF memory cards at Photokina this year.