Transcend puts on shelves its new Ultimate 600X and Premium 400X CompactFlash cards. Transcend’s Ultimate series 600X CompactFlash cards claim to offer the fastest speed available for flash cards while operating in quad-channel configuration and transfer data using Ultra DMA (UDMA) mode 6.
The high-speed memory cards bring in super-fast read and write speeds of up to 90MB/s. Owing to the UDMA interface, Ultimate series 600X CF cards are capable of instantly storing extremely high-resolution image data, which make consecutive shooting and non-stop video recording easier.
According to Austin Huang, Regional Head – Sales, SAARC & APAC, Transcend, “These outstanding CF cards are ideal for photo and video enthusiasts, allowing them to take full advantage of their high-resolution equipment.”
With elevated transfer speeds and storage capacity up to 32GB, the cards assure efficient performance results from DSLR cameras and HD video camcorders. Transcend’s Premium series 400X CompactFlash cards feature storage space ranging from 16GB to massive 64GB. Offering compliance with CompactFlash 4.1 specifications, the 400X CF cards offer transfer speeds of up to 90MB/s read and 60MB/s write and also full support for UDMA mode 6.
Assuring durability and guaranteed performance, Transcend’s CF cards have been manufactured using only the most advanced Flash controllers and premium quality NAND Flash memory chips. In addition, each card features built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) which automatically detects and corrects errors which may occur while data transfer. The 600X CF cards come in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB storage capacities. On the other hand, the 400X CF cards will be made available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB storage capacities. The CompactFlash cards feature Transcend’s renowned lifetime warranty.
The 16GB, 32GB and 64GB 400X CF cards are priced at Rs. 5200, Rs. 9000 and Rs. 17000, respectively. The 8GB, 16GB and 32GB 600X cards are priced at Rs. 5000, Rs. 8500 and Rs. 17000, respectively. These cards will be available through Supertron and Mediaman.