Silicon Power Launches 128GB 400X Compact Flash card

Worldclass flash memory manufacturer Silicon Power today announces the world’s first 400X Compact Flash (CF) card with 128GB of storage capacity. Announcing their 600X CF card not long ago for the ultimate performance, the 400X CF card is designed to offer the ultimate storage capacity while not compromising on performance, featuring a write speed of up to 90MB/sec. It is the largest storage capacity CF card to date!

Silicon Power’s 400X 128GB CF card supports PIO Mode-6 and Multi-Word DMA 4 transfer mode in quad-channel configuration. It is faster and more table for professional photography applications to capture data in fractions of a second. The 128GB of storage space allows photographer to snap away high definition photos at will and not have to worry about running out of storage space or swapping in an additional card. It also comes with Error Correction Code (ECC) functionality for data accuracy and it utilizes Wear Leveling technology to prolong the product lifespan. In turn, it ensures maximum performance and lifespan potential of the CF card and your product. 100% green, it is in compliance with European RoHS directive and comes with a Lifetime warranty.

Silicon Power 400X 128GB CF card


In addition to the 400X and 600X CF cards, Silicon Power also offers 200X CF cards suited for devices that use (DSLR, DV, PDA, etc) using CF cards. Silicon Power’s wide range of CF cards is the complete portable digital device CF storage solution!


Product specification

  • Dimension: 36.4mmx42.8mmx3.3mm
  • Weight: 10g-12g
  • In compliance with CF Association specifications
  • Operating voltage: 3.3V/5V
  • Operating temperature: 0℃~70℃
  • Storage temperature: -40℃~85℃
  • Capacity: 128GB / 64GB / 32GB / 16GB / 8GB
  • Humidity: 8% to 95%
  • Durability: At least plug and unplug 10,000 times
  • Warranty: Lifetime


Source:
Silicon Power

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