Panasonic announced a long-awaited Secure Digital memory card, touting 32-gigabytes and runs for $700.

The memory, called the RP-SDV32GU1K, is due to ship in April, the company confirmed today, and sports a class 6 speed-rating, meaning it can transfer data at 20MB per second.

The card was first unveiled at this years Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

SanDisk, a top flash card brand, announced a 32GB SDHC card costing $350 in January, but it transfers data a notch slower, at 15MB per second.