Designed with 4K UHD recording in mind, SanDisk has announced its high capacity iNAND 7232 storage has now been released to the market in sizes ranging from 32GB to 128GB.
Built to the latest e.MMC specification with command queuing features, these cards are also designed to work with ultra-fast Wi-Fi speeds such as 802.11ad with support for two-by-two 802.11ac. Sequential read speeds measure up to 280 MB/s with sequential write speeds managing to hit 150 MB/s.
Designed majorly for tablet and phone implementation, these new cards boast a 25 percent increase in sequential write speeds from previous editions and have also been suggested towards photographers shooting in RAW.
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