Transcend launches new SDXC UHS-I Memory Cards

Storage and multimedia devices provider, Transcend Information has announced introduction of 128GB 600x and 64GB 300x SDXC UHS-I cards for professional digital camera and camcorder enthusiasts. Combining high-capacity with full support of the Ultra-High Speed Class 1 specification, the new SDXC UHS-I memory cards are designed to ensure ample storage space for capturing professional-quality images and high-definition videos, while offering enhanced camera response and significantly faster data transfers. These memory cards can help for extended video recording and burst-mode shooting.

Featuring capacities ranging from 8GB to an enormous 128GB, these memory cards are equipped to handle the increased capacity requirements of professional photography and filmmaking. The 128GB SDXC UHS-Icard can store more than 20,000 high-resolution jpeg images (12-mega pixel camera, 6MB file size), over 8,500 RAW images (based on 14MB file size), or a full 32 hours of 1080p High-Definition footage (1920×1080 9Mb/s H.264 AVC compression).

These high-speed memory cards can also provide quick and seamless file transfers between card and computer. Pairing the new 128GB 600x SDXC UHS-I card with Transcend’s RDF8 USB 3.0 multi-card reader or the handy RDF5 USB 3.0 card reader with built-in USB port, for example, files as large as one gigabyte can be transferred in just twelve seconds.

Additionally, each Transcend memory card includes a free download of Transcend’s exclusive RecoveRx photo recovery software for bringing back accidentally deleted or lost files. All Transcend memory cards are fully tested for compatibility and reliability, and carry Lifetime Warranty.

The new 128GB 600x SDXC UHS-I card is currently available for a suggested price of Rs.17,300/-, while the 64GB 300x SDXC UHS-I card is available for Rs.6,800/-.

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