The rapid evolvement of digital video camcorders has resulted in higher resolution and capacity in recording devices. Apacer, the leading brand in digital storage, releases today the SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 64GB Memory Card, which achieves an astonishing data transfer rate up to 40MB/s with its huge capacity. The SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 64GB Memory Card enables high performance data transfer and thereby guarantees stable transfer for high-speed continuous shooting of RAW images as well as long hours recording of HD videos. Plus, this new magic trick can store up to 23 hours of HD films, more than 16,000 12 mega pixel still images or an uncompressed Blue-ray HD video. Apacer’s new SDXC Memory Card is your prime choice for best storage options.
The Apacer SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 64GB Memory Card is fully compliant with the SDA Memory Card Standard Version 3.01. The UHS-1 class, which stands for Ultra-High Speed Bus 1, is the SDXC’s new standard. It offers the fastest bus-interface speeds available today, with the fastest transfer rate up to 104 MB/sec and is expected to achieve 300 MB/sec in the future. The use of new exFAT, which is larger than 4GB in size for a single file, offers enough storage capacity for RAW files and HD video files that tend to exceed 4GB on a single file base.
“The HD video/audio has become the major trend in the global entertainment industry; therefore, transfer speed and storage capacity of memory cards will be the keys to enjoying HD videos.” said Grace Lo, Associated Vice President of Apacer Commodity Business Unit. “Apacer’s SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 64GB Memory Card, which adopts brand new specifications, is able to store HD videos without compression,” Lo continued “Boosting fast transfer speed and huge storage capacity, it is ideal for today’s high-end SDXC-compatible DSLR cameras and HD camcorders.”
The advancement of digital technology makes HD video recording a must-have functionality for DSLR cameras, digital cameras and even cell phones, which frequently come in 1080P. Also, the popularity of video-sharing website, YouTube, further emphasizes the prevalence of HD video recording in the near future. Market-wise, digital camera giants such as Canon and Panasonic both support SDXC cards, which means that SDXC card is likely to dominate the market in 2011. SDXC cards are expected to be widely used in various products, ranging from HD televisions, Blue-ray DVD players, HD media players, digital cameras, camcorders, cell phones to in-car navigation equipments. With high portability, fast transfer speed and incredible storage capacity, Apacer SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 64GB is no doubt the consumers’ best storage option!
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