SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card delivers 45MB/sec

SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card delivers 45MB/sec

SanDisk today rolls out a new SDHC UHS-I memory card for the greedy DSLRs, compliant with the SD Memory Card Standard Ver. 3.0 (SD 3.0) and offering read/write speeds of 45MB/s.

The new card using SanDisk’s proprietary Power Core Controller which data prediction and binary caching features allow for improved overall performance. The Extreme Pro SDHC also feature an automatic error-code correction (ECC) engine and includes one year of RescuePRO media recovery software, which lets photographers recover their images in case of accidental deletion.

The company also says that the card is water proof, temperature proof, shock and vibration proof, x-ray and magnet proof. The card is backed by a lifetime warranty and is available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB capacities carrying suggested retail prices ranging from $109.99 to $349.99.

SanDisk launches Extreme Pro ExpressCard Adapter designed for high performance SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards, which is available too for $49.99.

SanDisk Express Pro Card Adapter for SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards

Related posts

Here is some more information about timing belts. It’s worth the checkout, believe us!

Here is some more information about timing belts. It's worth the checkout, believe us!

Why You Shouldn’t Drive With a Worn-Out Timing Belt Your engine's timing belt is the most important maintenance item in your car, and that’s a fact. When your timing belt gets old, it could break, and when timing belts break, bad things can happen.  Here’s what you should be aware of. What...

Beyond: Two Souls announced at E3

The Heavy Rain game developer Quantic Dreams has unveiled its next project at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2012 – the Beyond: Two Souls video game. Beyond: Two Souls will be a single-player game only and will use the technology first shown in the Kara trailer earlier this...

Google to offer real-time translation service

Google to offer real-time translation service

One of the features of our modern times is that the world has become a really small place. The problem is that there are many languages spoken and sometimes this happens to be a drawback. Google knows this and it seems the tech giant will soon offer a new real-time translation service that...

Leave a comment