- Apr 12, 2001
Gizmodo notes that the SD card slot on Apple's new Mac mini released last week appears to support SDXC cards, offering users the ability to mount cards based on the newest SD specification designed for capacities out to 2 TB while also maintaining backwards compatibility with SDHC and standard SD cards. While SDXC cards are only just coming out, typically pushing capacities only out to 64 GB, the Mac mini's support for the standard will likely pay dividends in the future as capacities continue to increase.
Support for the specification will presumably trickle down to Apple's other SD-capable machines during their next revisions.
Article Link: New Mac Mini Supports SDXC Specification for Memory Cards Up to 2 TB