We know that miniaturization adds something to the cost of everything, most of the time, but there are occasions when prices still seem a bit high.
Japanese company Green House has introduced the GH-SDMRXC64G6, a microSDXC
memory card for mobile devices.
Its capacity is of 64 GB and the transfer speeds, in line with Class 6 specs, are of up to 40 MB/s when reading and 12 MB/s when writing.
The 0.2-gram card is also waterproof and backed by a three-year warranty.
All in all, we don't see how the company expects people to pay $151-117-151 Euro when 64 GB Class 10, not 6, cards sell for $50/50 Euro a piece. Sure, the GH-SDMRXC64G6 is bundled with an SD adapter, but that hardly justifies the difference, and it's not as though the other microSDXC cards don't have their own adapters.
Maybe the price will go down over time.