Silicon Power SD 3.0 Superior UHS-1 Flash Cards
Taipei, Taiwan – January 7, 2013 –SP/Silicon Power, the world’s leading provider of memory storage solutions today announces a powerful new series of professional flash cards – the Superior UHS-1 series. Built-in a powerful performance solution, this Superior UHS-1 series brings out remarkable transmission rate reaching at 90 MB per second, which allows you to capture more pictures with less lag time. The Superior UHS-1 series offers a versatile usage, ranging from SDHC, SDXC to microSDHC, ready for all types of devices such as DSLR, Smartphones, tablets and camcorders. With the combination of the large capacity up to 64GB, the Superior UHS-1 series is the ideal gadget for high-speed consecutive picture taking, extended length of Full-HD videos and images, as well as massive storage for all your cherish memories.
SP Superior UHS-1 series is compliant with the SDA Memory Card Standard Version 3.0.1 and the Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (UHS-1). The Superior UHS-1 series is the ideal selection for all professional photographers, offering an extreme photographic experience in high-speed photo shooting in high-resolution and video capturing in Full HD quality.
Silicon Power Superior UHS-1 series comes in SDHC, SDXC and microSDHC, satisfying wider usages in all professional photographic devices. Available in 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB, the Superior UHS-1 series avoids the situation where you could have limited storage capacity while capturing precious moments. SP’s Superior UHS-1 series comes with a Lifetime warranty; for more UHS-1 series information, please visit the SP/Silicon Power website: www.silicon-power.com
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