ADATA Technology today announced the new Premier Extreme SDXC memory card in SD 7.0 specification, with PCIe and NVMe support, delivering SSD-like performance, but in the ultraportable form factor of an SD card.
Thanks to the PCIe Gen 3 x1 and NVMe support, the Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express offers read and write speeds of up to 800/700 MB / s, about 1.5 times those of the fastest SATA SSDs.
Compared to SD UHS-II and SD UHS-I cards, it is approximately 2.7 and 8 times faster, respectively, while still maintaining compatibility with UHS-I devices with read and write speeds of up to 100MB / s and video compliance V30.
The Premier Extreme SDXC can be used on digital cameras to take high quality photos or 4K video and then plugged into a PC that supports SD 7.0 standard for seamless editing or playback.
With capacities ranging from 256GB and 512GB, the Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Card has plenty of room for loads of content to meet the creative needs of industry professionals.
Furthermore, the contents are safe thanks to the use of an error correction code to ensure the accuracy of the data.
As if that weren’t enough, the Premier Extreme SDXC is waterproof, resistant to shocks, X-rays, static electricity and tested to perform optimally in high and low temperatures.
For complete peace of mind, the Premier Extreme SDXC SD 7.0 is backed by a lifetime warranty.
Retail prices including taxes are € 125 for the 256GB model and € 250 for the 512GB model.
Source: Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com.
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