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Silicon Power Ups Memory Performance Upgrade With 2 New SD Cards

Taipei, Taiwan – February 3rd, 2020 – Following the release of 4 microSD cards last year, Silicon Power is unveiling 2 standard SD cards, perfect for those who crave equal or even higher performance for their SDXC-compatible devices, at more cost-effective levels.

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Capture Today, Store For A Lifetime: The New V90 SDXC UHS-II Card

·        Specifically designed for professional-level high-speed capture of superior-quality images and videos with high-speed continuous shooting.

·        UHS-II technology introduces blazingly fast read and write speeds up to 290 and 160 MB/s, respectively.

·        Capture footage in breathtaking 8K Ultra HD resolution with recording rates of at least 90 MB/s.

·        Write raw files in nearly 1/3 the time compared to UHS-I.

·        Dramatically accelerate post-production transfers with an appropriate card reader.

·        Up to 256GB storage capacity.

Memory Making Made Easy: The New V30 SDXC UHS-I Card

·        Capture uninterrupted 4K Ultra HD videos with recording rates of at least 30 MB/s.

·        Spend more time recording and less time waiting with read speeds up to 100MB/s and write speeds up to 80MBs.

·        Keep up with the action and take sequential burst mode shots without missing a single frame.

·        Up to 512GB storage capacity.

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For more information, please visit the Silicon Power official website: www.silicon-power.com.

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