Super Talent Launches 450X, 533X, and 600X High Speed CompactFlash Media Cards

Super-Talent-600x-CFSuper Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced new 450X, 533X, and 600X high speed CompactFlash® media cards which achieve read/write speeds up to 90MB/sec. The new high speed CF cards are offered in four different capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.

CF is one of the world’s most popular digital mass-storage card formats and is widely used on DSLR cameras as well as in embedded computing. Super Talent designed these high speed CF cards especially for the demanding requirements of performance oriented photographers. The cards use MLC NAND Flash as the medium which works silently, lasts longer and is lightning fast. The 600X cards reach transfer speeds up to 90MB/sec which accommodate the high read/write requirements of premium DSLR cameras.

Super Talent 600x Compact Flash

Measuring 36.4 x 42.8 x 3.3mm, the high speed CF card has the exact same size as slower speed CF cards. It is compliant with the CompactFlash 4.1 standard. With the same physical dimensions, it is also plug-and-play requiring no drivers. These products will be available in mid November from Super Talent resellers worldwide.

Capacities: 64GB, 32 GB, 16GB, 8GB, 4GB, 2GB
Speeds: 600x, 533x, 450x, 350x, 80x
Technical Details: Capacities  — 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
Different speed — Up to 600X
Manufactured with brand-name MLC NAND Flash chips
Type — CF Type I standard
CompactFlash 4.1 compliant
Dimensions — 1.43″ x 1.68″ x 0.13″ (36.4mm x 42.8mm x 3.3mm) – CF Type I
Operating Temperature — 32° to 158° F / 0° to 70° C
Storage Temperature — -4° to 185° F / -20°to 85° C
Data Transfer Speed — Up to 90MB/s Read, 90MB/s Write
Voltage — 3.3v / 5v
Standardized — Complies with CompactFlash Association specification standards
Small — One-third the size of a full-size PC card
Easy — Plug-and-play
Versatile — Compatible with PC Card Type II adapters
Warranty — 1 year

Source: Super Talent

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