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SanDisk unveils SDHC card at UHS-I speeds

updated 10:50 am EST, Tue January 18, 2011

SanDisk UHS-I SDHC cards sport 45MBps speeds

SanDisk on Monday introduced its new line of Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I memory cards. They meet the Ultra High Speed (UHS) SD 3.0 specification that allows them to reach 45MBps read and write speeds. Also supported is the UHS Speed Class 1 video rating that guarantees 10MBps minimum sustained write speeds capable of recording 1080p videos or even 3D content.

Made for DSLR cameras that support it, the cards will support fast burst speeds when shooting RAW images. The cards are also waterproof, temperature-proof, shock- and vibration-proof and x-ray-and magnet-proof. Longevity is said to be a strong point thanks to a controller that more effectively distributes data and prevents the card from being worn out prematurely.

Three capacities are available today, including an 8GB card for $101, a 16GB version for $160 and a 32GB version for $300.






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