Kingston has introduced several new high-performance Secure Digital memory cards at CES 2020, as well as new card readers. This time around the company decided to focus on SD cards designed for performance demanding users, so the lineup includes UHS-I DDR-200 as well as UHS-II devices. Kingston’s Canvas React Plus memory cards with a UHS-II interface are rated for up to 300 MB/s sequential read speeds and are set to be available in 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB configurations. The Canvas React Plus UHS-II cards are also compliant with Video Speed Class V90 specification, which mandates a minimum write speed of 90 MB/s to allow recording of Ultra-HD and 360° video. Traditionally for UHS-II cards, they can work with UHS-I hosts, but to...
Almost all content capture devices employ memory cards (flash-based removable media) for storage. Hand-held consoles and many other computing systems (PCs as well as smartphones) also employ them for...5 by Ganesh T S on 11/20/2018
Digital cameras and camcorders employ memory cards (flash-based removable media) for storage of captured content. There are different varieties of memory cards catering to various performance levels. CompactFlash (CF...3 by Ganesh T S on 11/13/2017
After previously demonstrating them back at CES, ADATA has officially launched its SD cards based on 3D MLC NAND. The new Premier ONE UHS-II cards offer capacities up to...18 by Anton Shilov on 4/17/2017
Sony has announced its new lineup of SD cards for advanced 4K/8K, DSLR, and mirrorless cameras. The new SF-G-series memory cards use the UHS-II bus and one of Sony’s...19 by Anton Shilov on 2/24/2017