SanDisk presents first memory card line for dashcams

SanDisk presents first memory card line for dashcams

SanDisk has introduced its own first high endurance microSDXC memory card line that can withstand up to 10 000 hours of Full HD video recording.

The new cards feature a new advanced technology and a new production process that enable high density recording. The line currently consists of two models with capacities of 32 GB and 64 GB. The 32 GB card can survive up to 5000 hours of Full HD recording, while the 64 GB model offers up to 10 000 hours of problem-free Full HD recording. Thus users of dashcams will not have to worry anymore if their card can sustain long-term continuous recording.

“We are excited to enter this emerging market with a product that marks a significant milestone for the company and industry,” said Dinesh Bahal, vice president, product marketing, SanDisk, “We recognized that today’s auto and home video monitoring systems require more demanding memory solutions, so we leveraged our expertise to deliver a technologically advanced microSD card that truly meets the needs of this growing market.”

Furthermore the new cards feature resistance against the elements. The cards can survive low and high temperatures and are also certified as being shock and water proof so no matter where you place your new SanDisk card – it will survive.

The new SanDisk High Endurance Video Monitoring microSDHC/microSDXC cards come with a 2-year warranty and are now available for USD 84.99 (32 GB) and USD 149.99 (64 GB). At the first the cards will be available in the USA, Europe and South Korea with global availability expected later on.

Source: SanDisk

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