Being one of the few companies to support UHS-II capable devices, Patriot have expanded their line of flash storage cards, adding a new range of storage solutions to their series ranging from 16GB to 64GB.
Featuring a read speed of up to 270 MB/s and a write speed of up to 250 MB/s, these cards can record video in 4K UHD and capture photos instantly on any supportive device, meaning it's suitable for both professional and amateur users.
Patriot's Flash product Manager, Meng Jay Choo, explained the use for this new technology in Patriots recent press release, stating "the new EP PRO-II SDXC is the latest, highest-performing SD card available today, meeting the new SD 4.0 specifications and a growing demand for higher performance with faster speeds."
For peace of mind, these new cards come with a five year manufacturer warranty and are backwards compatible with mainstream SD 3.0 and SD 2.0 capable devices.
Set for release in the first quarter of 2015, the EP PRO-II SDXC card will be $119.99 - $199.99 on release, throughout the range of their different size offerings.
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