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Transcend releases 45x CompactFlash card
Dennis Hissink : October 1st 2003 - 15:33 CET
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TranscendAlready announced last August, but this one slipped through the small mazes of our net. At the end of last year, Transcend Information Inc. (Transcend) announced the availability of its Ultra Performance 30X CompactFlash memory cards. Today, Transcend released the improved, Ultra Performance 45X CompactFlash memory cards in capacities of 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB and 2GB. Data transfer at 1X represents a rate for Flash memory of about 150KB/sec. Ultra Performance 45X therefore boosts data transfer to a maximum data transfer rate of about 6.8MB/sec. This increase in data transfer rate is extremely beneficial when using devices such as high-resolution digital still cameras.
Transcend releases 45x CompactFlash cardWith the rapid growth in digital image resolution from 1 megapixel and 2 megapixel CCD/CMOS sensors to 4 Megapixel or even 6 Megapixel CCD/CMOS sensors, the data transfer rate of the Flash memory becomes a critical factor. Testing of Transcend's Ultra Performance 45X CompactFlash Card indicates that it achieves a read speed of up to 8 MB/sec and a write speed of up to 6.6MB/sec-3 to 4 times faster data transfer than a traditional CompactFlash Card. The Transcend Ultra Performance 45X CompactFlash card is the ideal companion for high-resolution digital cameras and other high-performance applications that require CompactFlash memory cards.

In addition, Transcend insists on using original SLC (Single-Level-Cell) NAND Flash chips for all of its CompactFlash cards (including 45X, 30X, 25X and normal speed). CompactFlash cards made with SLC chips have a higher write speed, lower power consumption, and superior durability compared with CompactFlash cards made with MLC (Multi-Level-Cell) chips.
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