miladyellow 6:40pm, 6 March 2009
Pretec has unveiled the world's first 666x Compact Flash cards with a read/write speed of 100MB/s. According to the company, this is approaching the format's maximum theoretical speed of 133MB/s, and the end of ever-increasing CF card speeds is now in sight. Sporting a rugged body and resistant to shock and impact, they promise to be ten times more durable that other CF cards. The 666x CF cards will start shipping from April, with capacities ranging from 4GB to 64GB.



Two months after the SD Association announced the new SDXC (extended capacity) format, Pretec has unveiled the world's first SDXC card with a capacity of 32 GB and read/write speed of 50MB/s. Future generations of these cards promise up to 2 Terabytes (2048 GB) of storage capacity and speeds of up to 300MB/s. Currently there are no products compatible with these memory cards. The company has also announced 666x Compact Flash cards with a read/write speed of 100MB/s. Sporting a rugged body, it promises to be ten times more durable that other CF cards. The 666X CF card will start shipping from by April from capacities of 4GB to 64GB.

ampletouch 9 years ago
milad jan. chera zood javgir mishi. Topic mokhtas be in chiza hast ke beri toosh benevisi. :D
ampletouch 9 years ago
shit. alan khoondamesh. This is Damn fastttttt
MHO Photography 9 years ago
It needs to be that fast for the data to be written and read from the card without any drop in the transfer rate performance that the massive storage capacity causes.

To get the same performance out of a card double the capacity of another, you need to double the transfer rate.

32GB Cards come in UDMA form (305x) so a 64GB Card needs to have at least 610x transfer speed for it to have the same data transfer speed performance!
MHO Photography 9 years ago
PS. This is the Devil's Card! :D lol
Candle_MaryLG 9 years ago
" Daaaaaaaaaaamn this think is fast....."
mani in title chiyeh?
miladyellow 9 years ago
yani:
Laaaaaaaaaaanati in kheyli porsorate....
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