Wednesday, May 30th 2012

Performance Advance in microSDHC Memory Cards from ADATA

ADATA Technology today announces the launch of new Premier Pro microSDHC UHS-I U1 memory cards, which thanks to their ultra-high speed transfer and the latest SD 3.0 standard support, this newest addition to the Premier Pro line offers ideal specifications for smartphone and tablet users.

Premier Pro storage products from ADATA are targeted towards professionals, as well as the most demanding end users. These new microSDHC cards follow through in the tradition of this prestigious product family, with support for the latest SD 3.0 standards. Read/write speeds for the larger capacity cards (16 and 32 gigabytes) are 45 MB/second (Read) and 40 MB/second (Write). They also offer up to 1400/150 IOPs random Read/Write speeds, ensuring high performance while running multiple applications or when working with high resolution media files.

Ray Chu, Product Manager at ADATA, is confident about the future of Premier Pro microSDHC storage: “These cards have the best read and write performance among all comparable products offered by the industry’s key players. When that is combined with the aggressive pricing options in store for this line, the result is going to be a bonanza for our customers worldwide.” The Premier Pro microSDHC UHS-I U1 cards will be bundled together with an SD adaptor, to facilitate transfer of contents to and from users’ personal computers.

Availability
The Premier Pro microSDHC UHS-I U1 memory cards will be available in capacities of 8, 16 and 32 gigabytes. For more information, visit this page.
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6 Comments on Performance Advance in microSDHC Memory Cards from ADATA

#1
RejZoR
Not sure about IOPS but you can already buy 50MB/s SDHC high speed memory cards...
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#2
nemesis.ie
The higher speeds are not so common in the micro format. Price will be the thing here. :)
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de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
high speed is pretty much available nowadays. the microSD in my phone gives me min of 15MBps write.


also what we need is a more advanced way of labeling speeds. Class 10 doesnt cut it anymore. there are cards which provide multiples of class 10 speed
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RejZoR
Why aren't classes by the speed anyway? So if it has 50MB/s both ways, why not label it Class 50 ?
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Mussels
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by: RejZoR
Why aren't classes by the speed anyway? So if it has 50MB/s both ways, why not label it Class 50 ?
cause no official standards exist past class 10.
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nemesis.ie
by: de.das.dude
high speed is pretty much available nowadays. the microSD in my phone gives me min of 15MBps write.


also what we need is a more advanced way of labeling speeds. Class 10 doesnt cut it anymore. there are cards which provide multiples of class 10 speed
I did say "higher" speed - 45MB/s is 3x the speed of the card in your phone. :)

Agreed on the speeds - and some sellers do not state the actual speed so you have to go by the Class rating on the product picture. Definitely not ideal and needs to be sorted by the manufacturers ASAP.
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