Whether you are looking for the latest MicroSD card for your new smartphone or a high speed SDXC card for your DSLR we have you covered. Select the best card for you based on your requirements. From everyday use to professional our range of memory cards can meet any needs.
What is Compact Flash ?
CompactFlash (43W x 36H x 3.3D (mm)) is a NAND based flash memory storage device. CompactFlash does not require a battery to retain data. The cards have a 50 pin interface and comply with the PC Card ATA specification.
CompactFlash cards are solid-state hard disks, rugged, reliable and used in a variety of applications including PDA's, digital cameras and notebooks. The cards are made to operate with dual voltages (3.3 & 5V).
What does 100X, 300x and 1000X mean when referring to the speed of flash memory devices/cards ?
This is a speed measuring system adopted from the CD ROM industry. A 20X card is not 20 times faster than a standard card, which would be say 6X. It is in fact 2.5 times faster (1.2MB/s V 3.0MB/s). Actual speed results depend on the device.
Minimum Sustained Write Speed (1X = 150KB/sec).
What is UHS-I?
"UHS-1" or more accurately "UHS-I" stands for "Ultra High Speed" - 1 and is a speed class for SDHC and SXDC memory cards.
UHS-I is the fastest category of card available today with a bus interface speed of up to 104 MB/s.
SDHC UHS-I cards will work in any SDHC compatible device at lower speeds, but to take advantage of the UHS-I speed, a UHS-I compatible device is essential.
For more information on Card Types please see our Glossary.