SanDisk unveils world's fastest CompactFash memory card 6 January 2011 15:29:23
A new high-capacity CompactFlash memory card that purports to be the world's fastest has been unveiled by SanDisk.
The Extreme Pro memory card, revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Wednesday (January 5th), is capable of write speeds of 100 MB/s and comes with a capacity of 128GB.
With SanDisk's Power Core controller and a UDMA-7 interface, the memory card is designed to meet the high-performance demands of the best DSLR cameras.
It also allows for Full HD video recording at a sustained 20MB/s write speed.
"No other product on the market can match our new card's combination of speed and storage capacity," said Susan Park, director, product marketing, SanDisk.
"By consistently pushing the boundaries of flash innovation, we are able to develop advanced products not found anywhere else."
It follows Lexar's recent unveiling of a 128GB secure digital extended capacity (SDXC), the first production memory card to offer such a high capacity using this format.
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