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Patriot Launches New High End LX Series Class 10 SDHC Card

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash and computer technology, today announced the release of their new high capacity Class 10 SDHC cards, the LX Series.

    Engineered to support the SD Association’s new Class 10 specification, the LX will provide dramatic performance improvements in today’s new digital devices. Never before have camera enthusiasts been able to capture high speed, sequential images; previously, those shots were lost due to the limitations of the preceding generation of SDHC cards. Patriot’s LX Series allows for increased storage and more pictures per second. In addition to the cutting edge improvement on continuous photo taking, the high speed transfer rate of Class 10 also makes video recording in high resolution an option that video enthusiasts can appreciate.


    "Patriot's new LX Series Class 10 SDHC cards will allow users to maximize the use of their digital equipment, especially in the area of photography and video," says Meng Jay, Patriot’s Flash Product Manager. "You can now secure your favorite photo memories by seizing the moment and capturing every single sequential image. Videographers will appreciate putting those special moments in HD-high resolution."

  2. BazookaJoe


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    Speed? Price?.. anything?
  3. falkoner79 New Member

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    Class 10 means it at least have to be 10mb/s speed
  4. Necrofire

    Necrofire New Member

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    More specifically, 10MB/s minimum read and write.

    The trend I always see is that this usually just applies to write, since read is always much higher minimum anyway.

    Expect >20MB/s read and 11-20MB/s write or more based on my exerience with sdhc classes in optimal conditions.

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