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Corsair launches SD and CF memory cards

Posted on Wednesday, May 25 2005 @ 22:51:07 CEST by


Corsair launched a line of SD and CF flash memory products. Adopting the industry's popular speed designation, the new Corsair Secure Digital (SD) and type I Compact Flash (CF) media are now rated at blazing fast 60X (9 MB/sec) or 80X (12MB/sec).

Corsair's new 60X SD and 80X CF are individually speed rated to ensure most accurate delivery in read and write performance. Using the same rating system as the CD-ROM industry where data transfer rate of 1X equals 150 kilobytes (KB) per second, Corsair's new flash media adhere strictly to the standard to guarantee blistering fast performance. The higher the speed rating, the faster the Corsair CF and SD will read and write. Photo journalists benefit from rapid image captures and storage, and enthusiasts enjoy improved overall performance on handheld and gaming devices.

The company released a 256MB, 512MB and 1GB versions of both its Secure Digital (SD) and Compact Flash (CF) memory cards.

Backed with a lifetime guaranty, the new 60X SD and 80X CF products provide rock solid durability even in harsh conditions. Available immediately through Newegg, ZipZoomFly, TigerDirect, Fry's Electronics and other Corsair authorized resellers and distributors worldwide.



 



 

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