Tuesday, July 17th 2012

Team Group Announces UHS-I Xtreem Series Memory Cards

Incorporated with the latest generation of UHS-1 transmission technology, Team Group Inc. Micro SDHC UHS-1/Micro SDXC UHS-1 is a high-performance memory card designed specifically for smart phones, tablet computers, and driving recorders. Reading speeds up to 40MB/s and IOPS 500 for reading and 150 for writing surpass products of the same class in the market by three-fold. This is more than enough to satisfy real-time communication apps and the boot-loading demands of smart phones. The substantial reduction of booting and access time make this model perfect for businessmen and serious gamers, thus enriching the fun experience of 3C life.

As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory module products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services.
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8 Comments on Team Group Announces UHS-I Xtreem Series Memory Cards

#1
kkaddu
where can I get these?
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#2
Mussels
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are these SDXC cards compatible with SDHC readers (at lower speeds) ?
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#3
ironwolf
What does "3C life" mean? Feel dumb asking lol.
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imitation
by: Mussels
are these SDXC cards compatible with SDHC readers (at lower speeds) ?
No.
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#5
Sasqui
by: Mussels
are these SDXC cards compatible with SDHC readers (at lower speeds) ?
by: imitation
No.
I was asking myself the same question. Thanksfully, it seems the SDXC readers are backwards compatible to SDHC, look though these:

Newegg SDXC card reader search
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Aether
by: ironwolf
What does "3C life" mean? Feel dumb asking lol.
I am not sure myself, but searching for the keywords SD and 3C brought me to an LLC called SD-3C. SD-3C is apparently a licensing company for SD card manufacturing formed by 3 companies Panasonic Corporation, SanDisk Corporation and Toshiba Corporation. To my understanding all companies who wish to manufacture SD cards must obtain a license through SD-3C.
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Roph
by: Mussels
are these SDXC cards compatible with SDHC readers (at lower speeds) ?
It can depend. 99% of Android phones with MicroSD slots claim only SDHC (32GB) support, though a lot of them work with 64GB SDXC cards fine. I assume many independent readers are the same, there can't be that many controllers.
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Mussels
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by: Roph
It can depend. 99% of Android phones with MicroSD slots claim only SDHC (32GB) support, though a lot of them work with 64GB SDXC cards fine. I assume many independent readers are the same, there can't be that many controllers.
my phone is what i was thinking of when i asked, actually.
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