Patriot offers higher capacity SDXC and microSDXC cards

Patriot offers higher capacity SDXC and microSDXC cards

The leading maker of computer memory and USB and flash accessories Patriot has added two new cards to its LX Series of SDXC and microSDXC memory cards. By doing so the company now offers new larger capacities that will benefit people who capture high definition images and shoot high resolution videos even more.

The two new models are compliant with the newest SD Association 3.0 specifications and allow users to capture images and shoot videos in real time with no worries about delay or storage. The LX Series of SDXC cards gets a new model with a capacity of 256 GB. The card is fast enough to allow HD 1920 x 1080 video shooting and recording in real time and reaches 80 MB/sec of read speed and 20 MB/sec of write speed. It also comes with write protection against accidental deletion of images and videos. Thus the Patriot LX Class 10 SDXC line of memory cards now includes models with capacities of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB and comes with a 5-year warranty.

The Patriot microSDXC flash card line has gotten a new 128 GB model. Like we said the card is also compliant with the latest SD Association 3.0 specifications and is capable of recording Full HD videos in real time. It reaches read speeds of up to 70 MB/sec and writes at speeds of up to 20 MB/sec. Compatible with all microSDHC and microSDXC memory slot devices the new 128 GB model is backed by Patriot’s 5-year warranty, just like its 64 GB sibling.

In the USA the new Patriot memory cards are available now for USD 129.99 each at retailers such as Fry’s Electronics, Newegg, Amazon and others.

Source: Patriot

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