Adata showed SDXC and microSDXC with capacity of 256 GB, which provides write speed of 260 MB/s

Exhibitions like CES are so great that sometimes information about some of the novelties shown there appears in the Network only a few weeks after the event. It happened with cards Adata memory, which the source said only now.

The manufacturer showed at CES 2017 SDXC and microSDXC with capacity of 256 GB, which correspond to the new speed class V90, approved a year ago. Recall that labeling V90 ensures that the write speed will not fall below 90 MB/s.

For their new products Adata and did declare the read speed of 275 MB/s and write speed of 260 MB/s. This was achieved through the use of memory 3D NAND. These indicators will allow you to use memory cards in devices capable of recording not only 4K video and 8K, but 360-degree videos with a high bitrate.

Unfortunately, the prices and terms of start of sales was not announced, but we know that the new cards will be available in versions with capacity of 128 GB.



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