SanDisk has just released a new world’s fastest memory card known as Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I for smartphones and tablet PCs. SanDisk is an old player in this field, so they have enough experience in creating quality memory card for consumer. I still have the SanDisk SD card that I purchased years ago which I used it heavily on my digital camera. It still functional until today, which is enough to prove its durability and quality.
Obviously, SanDisk latest memory card should have the same grade of quality to endure torture from the users. SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I is a card that will offers excellent quality, durability and will be able to unlock user’s device full capability, especially in recording video and capturing photos.
SanDisk claimed that their Extreme Pro MicroSDHC card is capable of performing writing speed at 90MB/sec and reading speed at 95MB/sec! It’s about triple speed when you compare it with common class 10 microSDHC card. This card is ideal for device that could capture video in full HD 1080p format and/or 3D 1080p full HD video capturing. It’s also great for snapping HQ photos (especially in burst mode) and allow seamless multitasking (i.e. run apps and download files at the same time).
“SanDisk offers the broadest mobile memory card lineup in the industry,” said Chris Loh, director, product marketing, SanDisk. “Our portfolio includes microSD cards with the fastest speeds, highest storage capacities and reliability that consumers demand.”
SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I memory card is going to hit the retailer soon for MSRP of $59.99 (8GB) and $99.99 (16GB). You can also spy on Amazon for this card.