Irvine, CA—Toshiba’s Digital Products Division, a segment of Toshiba America Information Systems, introduced the Exceria 1000x CompactFlash memory card. The card is engineered to allow photographers to shoot and store more photos per second, enjoy smoother high-definition video and transfer or share images more quickly.
Geared for continuous burst-mode photography, Full HD (1080p) video recording plus high-speed data transfer to other devices, the Exceria 1000x CF card holds up to 128GB of RAW high-resolution images and HD video. Toshiba incorporates solid construction to help protect digital memories stored on the Exceria 1000x from everyday wear. And included with a purchase is Toshiba’s data recovery software, which is available for download free for one year, as well as a five-year standard limited warranty.
“Toshiba continues to set the bar high with our premium memory card offerings like the Exceria 1000x CompactFlash,” said Maciek Brzeski, vice president of product marketing and development, Branded Storage Products, Toshiba Digital Products Division. “With industry-leading speed storage capacity and Toshiba-proven quality, this product is a great fit for both professional and amateur photographers.”
The 1000x CF card is marketed for DSLR cameras and fast-action shooting; its UDMA7 high-speed interface offers a transfer rate of up to 167MB. Additional key product features include: capacities of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB; speeds up to 150MB/sec read and 120MB/sec write; certified for Video Performance Guarantee (VPG-20) to ensure a minimum sustained write speed to capture Full HD video; and it’s airport X-ray friendly with ISO 7816-1 compliance.
Toshiba’s Exceria 1000x CompactFlash memory cards carrying the following SRPs: $499.99, 128GB; $249.99, 64GB; and $129.99, 32GB. toshiba.com