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Axtremex Technology Debuts Its 800x CompactFlash Cards

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Axtremex Technology is proud to announce the release of their 800x and 800x Plus Compact Flash cards. These new high performance cards showcase Axtremex Technology's continuous efforts to deliver high performance, high quality and reliable products at reasonable prices.

    The Axtremex Ultra DMA 7 800x Compact Flash card supports up to 120 Megabytes per second Read Speed and up to 95 Megabytes per second Write Speed. The 800x Plus Compact Flash card supports up to 120 Megabytes per second Read Speed and up to 120 Megabytes per second Write Speed.

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    The Axtremex 800x and 800x Plus CF card is available in 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB capacities and are CFA 6.0, VPG Profile 1 compliant. These cards support the Video Performance Guarantee (VPG) at 20 Megabytes per second, which is currently the highest rating.

    They also include additional features such as the TRIM and Sanitize commands. These Compact Flash cards are also backward compatible with all previous CFA specifications and Ultra DMA modes to ensure compatibility with a wide range of devices.

    The Axtremex Compact Flash cards are built using premium memory chips and can be used in a wide variety of professional devices, such as audio recorders, video recorders, still cameras, and other devices.

    The new 800x and 800x Plus CF cards are available from www.nanoflash.net for USA and international customers. For UK customers, the new CF cards are available from CCK Media Technologies and other authorised dealers.
     
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    Now thats what i'm talking about. Faster the memory hopefully the faster cameras can get.
     

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