Adata has extended its range of SD and microSD cards of the Premier series with the launch of new storage units.
Recent reports had demonstrated that Adata is the second biggest DRAM module supplier in the world. The company manufactures all types of memory and storage units, the latter being very popular among photographers.
The speed of an SD card is very important for photographers who enjoy shooting RAW photos in continuous mode. RAW files are very large and sometimes the SD cards cannot keep up the pace with DSLR cameras capturing frames in continuous mode.
Adata’s new Premier series SD cards can write data at up to 45 MBps
However, Adata promises improved speeds thanks to the company’s new Premier SD cards, which are all compatible with SDA 2.0 Class 10 standards. They are aimed at conventional portable electronic devices, including digital cameras, smartphones, and tablets.
Adata’s new Premier series cards are based on the UHS-I U1 technology and they are said to be the perfect combination between affordability and quality.
The new Adata Premier SDHC memory cards come in multiple versions ranging between 8GB and 32GB, with prices starting at £6.99. They support reading speeds of up to 50 MBps and writing speeds of up to 33 MBps. On the other hand, the SDXC storage units will be available only in 64GB versions.
Photographers looking to spend more money on higher-quality products can opt for the brand new Premier Pro SDXC and SDHC cards. The former is available in 64GB, while the latter in 16GB and 32GB versions.
The Premier Pro series can read data at 95 MBps and write data at speeds of 45 MBps.
New Premier microSD cards are available now
As stated above, Adata unveiled new microSD cards, too. The Premier Pro microSDHC cards are available in 8GB / 16GB / 32GB versions and are able to reach 45 / 40 MB per second read / write speeds.
The regular Premier microSDHC / SDXC memory units can already be found in stores in 8GB through 64GB variations.