Transcend New 64GB CompactFlash Memory cards

Transcend-PR-CF400XTranscend Information, Inc. (Transcend®), a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, today announced the expansion of its flash card product line with the introduction of high-capacity 400X CompactFlash cards with capacities ranging up to 64GB. The new 400X CF cards also feature high-speed transfer rates up to 90MB/s read and 60MB/s write, ensuring maximum performance when used with today’s high resolution imaging equipment.

With storage capacities ranging from 16GB to an enormous 64GB, Transcend’s 400X CF cards allow digital camera users to take thousands of photos at a time without the inconvenience of switching cards. The 64GB 400X CF card, for instance, can capture more than 13,000 still images (with a 10 megapixel camera) and record over three hours of Full HD video (1920×1080 at 38.6Mbps), allowing users of digital single lens reflex cameras (DSLR) and HD video camcorders to take full advantage of their high-resolution equipment.

Transcend CF400X Compact Flash memory cards

Fully compliant with CompactFlash 4.1 specifications, Transcend’s 400X CompactFlash cards deliver unmatched transfer speeds up to 90MB/s with support for Ultra DMA (UDMA) mode 6, the fastest interface speed available for CF cards. These high-speed cards are able to instantly store high-resolution image data, which makes consecutive shooting and non-stop video recording faster and easier than ever.

To assure robust, long-life durability and guaranteed performance, Transcend’s 400X CF cards are manufactured using only the most advanced Flash controllers and premium quality NAND Flash memory chips available. Additionally, each card features built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) that automatically detects and corrects any errors that might occur during data transfer. Now available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, Transcend’s 400X CompactFlash cards provide photo enthusiasts with a spectacular combination of performance, capacity and peace of mind that their images are safely stored.

Source: Transcend

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