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PRESS RELEASE: A-DATA Launches the World’s Fastest CompactFlash Card 350X
Enjoy the Non-stop Shooting Experience!
2008/06/23 - With the insistence on high quality products and the breakthrough of innovation, A-DATA Technology introduces the Turbo Series CF 350X memory card especially for professional photographers. The excellent data transferring of the read speed at 52MB/sec and the write speed at 47MB/sec along with the availability of 8GB and 16GB make Turbo CF 350X the perfect partner for your high-end cameras.
Turbo Series CF 350X supports dual-channel data transferring and UDMA 0-5 mode as well as MDMA 0-4 mode of high-level digital cameras. Under the Ultra DMA mode 5 and IDE interface, the write speed can reach up to 47MB/sec. In addition, users can store up to 1,500 photos of RAW file in the high-capacity memory card and do not have to worry about inadequate space for photos. Using original SLC flash memory (Single-Level-Cell), Turbo CF 350X is more power consumption and able to deliver outstanding performance. With the advantages of stability and high capacity, users can enjoy the pleasant feeling of non-stop shooting and continuous filming.
For those who seek for outstanding performance and high-resolution photos, A-DATA Turbo Series CF 350X memory card will definitely brings out the best of your high-level digital camera!
- 350X Turbo speed performance with read speed at 52MB/sec and write speed at 47MB/sec
- Dual-channel support (Ultra DMA mode 0~5 , IDE PIO mode 6, MDMA 0~4)
- Low power consumption and RoHS compliant
- Original SLC flash memory to deliver outstanding performance
(First posted on Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 13:37 EDT)