ADATA Unveiled Its First SD Express Card
ADATA Technology announced the new ADATA Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Card. Thanks to the latest SD 7.0 specification, which supports PCIe and NVMe, the Premier Extreme SDXC SD 7.0 Express Card delivers performance on par with SSDs.
ADATA said the Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Card will use PCIe Gen 3 x1 and will deliver read and write performance of up to 800/700 MB/s, which is roughly 1.5 times faster than SATA SSDs, compared to existing UHS-II SD and UHS-I SD cards, it's about 2.7 and 8 times faster, respectively. This memory card is also backward compatible with the UHS-I devices with read and write speed of up to 100MB/s and conforms to the V30 Video Speed Class.
The Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Card can be used digital cameras to take high-quality photos or 4K videos and then inserted into a PC that supports SD 7.0 for seamless editing or playback. It will come in capacities ranging from 256GB to 512GB, so users will have plenty of space for loads of content and be creative without limitations.
ADATA promises that with the Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Card, the user data inside will be safe and secure. The memory card features error correcting code to ensure data accuracy. What's more, it's waterproof, shock-proof, x-ray-proof, static-resistant, and tested to operate optimally in high and low temperatures.
But, unfortunately, the new ADATA Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Cards may fall victim to logical and physical failures. Then their owners will need to contact a professional data recovery services provider to get their videos and photos back. ACE Data Recovery engineers can successfully recover files from all types flash SD cards media and are ready to help owners of the Premier Extreme SDXC SD Express Cards with their data recovery needs.