Silicon Power Unleashes 600X professional Compact Flash Card

Silicon-Power-600X-professional-Compact-Flash-CardWith the ever growing popularity of photography, its equipment and digital storage medium have become vital and demanding to the photographer! Silicon Power Inc, a leading manufacturer in flash memory products, proudly announced the introduction of its latest release of 600X professional Compact Flash Card. The 600X professional Compact Flash Card featuring 90MB and 80MB per second read and write speeds, respectively. For professional photography DSLR cameras, coupling of a 600X Compact Flash card is the ultimate combo to maximize every single drop of performance!

Operable in Ultra DMA mode 6, Silicon Power’s 600X Compact Flash card utilizes quad channel transfer mode and Turbo MLC technology to achieve this incredible feat. Best suited to photography enthusiasts, it allows for continuous shots and HD video recording. The use of the latest controller chip technology ensures ultimate compatibility and stability; reaching 32GB in storage capacity, it provides suffice space for HD quality photos and videos. Users need not worry about missing special moments and can record every minute, every second!

Silicon Power 600X professional Compact Flash Card

Silicon Power’s 32GB 600X Compact Flash card comes with ECC (Error Correction Code) to detect and correct errors; it has the latest “Wear-Leveling” technology to ensure data reliability and extend its lifespan. Silicon Power’s 600X Compact Flash card is made of the highest quality, offers second to none performance and can perform to its fullest under the most rugged environment conditions.

In addition, Silicon Power’s 600X Compact Flash card is a green product and is in compliance with strict European RoHS directives. It also comes with a Lifetime warranty.

Product Specifications

  • Dimensions: 36.4mmx42.8mmx3.3mm
  • Weight: 10g
  • In full compliance with Compact Flash Card Association specifications
  • Operating voltage: 3.3V/5V
  • Operating temperature: 0℃~70℃
  • Storage temperature: -40℃~85℃
  • Humidity: 8% to 95%

Source: Silicon Power

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