Wednesday, July 4th 2018

TEAMGROUP Releases Dash Card UHS-I microSD Card

The world's leading memory brand TEAMGROUP today announced the release of Dash Card, a memory card specially made for dashboard cameras. It is designed to offer long term and stable storage performance and high compatibility with dashboard cameras on the market. Having passed rigorous quality tests and compatibility verifications, it is proven to be dashcam's best partner for memory storage.

TEAMGROUP's Dash Card is a memory card which carefully designed for dashboard cameras and video surveillance. With UHS-I U1 (Class 10) specification, it allows dashboard camera to record Full HD 1080p (30fps) high quality video without any lag or unsmooth motions. It can record driving images or crucial moments clearly and provided as evidence to clarify the cause and responsibility of the accident. Dash Card has passed compatibility verifications with many major dashboard cameras on the market, and it was also tested respectively for functions such as video record, photo, etc. It has high compatibility, long term and stable storage performance that can completely record the trip and crucial images. Driving safety of consumers can be guaranteed; moreover, the rights and interest can also be protected in crucial moments. It is the most powerful backing when it comes to record driving.
The high-quality Dash Card was tested under all kinds of harsh conditions. It not only functions normally in extreme temperature from -25 to 85℃, it is also shock proof, water proof, x ray proof, etc. No matter under what kind of harsh environment consumer is driving, it can provide all-around protection to the recording data so you don't have to worry about data missing even if the device is damaged, the video record will still be completely intact.
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7 Comments on TEAMGROUP Releases Dash Card UHS-I microSD Card

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I fail to see how these cards perform any differently to existing cards that are widely available. Flash memory like these dont really have a high/long endurance.
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#2
Hood
FreedomEclipse
I fail to see how these cards perform any differently to existing cards that are widely available. Flash memory like these dont really have a high/long endurance.
Obviously, this is purely marketing. Not a bad try, though - they might convince a certain kind of customer that they need a "special" SD card for the "harsh environment" inside a vehicle. All SD cards are shock proof, water proof, x ray proof, and endure those temps.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Well it starts of with "The world's leading memory brand" so grain of salt. If it was Samsung who said it maybe so then but TG like to rebrand other people's shit and give crappy support for it after.
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#4
Caring1
So basically just another class 10 SD card with a specific name.
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#5
Prima.Vera
Sorry, but UHS-I standard is pretty crap for writes. I would stay away from those especially when you can find UHS-II or even UHS-III drives almost in the same prace range from Samsung, SanDisk, Trascend, Lexar, etc...
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#6
Arjai
Yea, But...it's "The world's leading memory brand TEAMGROUP"

AND it says TEAMGROUP right on 'em!!

So, They're the world's leader, that makes the the Best. Right?

:shadedshu:
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Caring1
Prima.Vera
Sorry, but UHS-I standard is pretty crap for writes. I would stay away from those especially when you can find UHS-II or even UHS-III drives almost in the same prace range from Samsung, SanDisk, Trascend, Lexar, etc...
My new Dash Cam (and it wasn't cheap) specifies UHS-ll or higher, according to the manual UHS-l can cause corruption in the displayed picture.
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