Lexar Media announces new 40X CompactFlash Professional cards
Lexar Media announced new 256Mb, 512Mb and 1Gb CompactFlash Professional cards supporting 40X data throughput. Featuring the proprietary and promoted WA (Write Acceleration) technology, they accelerate operation of digital cameras (supporting this feature.)
For the first time Write Acceleration technology was announced by Lexar Media in September 2002 along with the first WA-enabled CompactFlash products and digital cameras from Kodak, Nikon and Sanyo. Though new Write Acceleration cards will actually work with usual devices as well, but without reaching their maximum performance.
New 40X CompactFlash Professional Series will be initially announced at PMA 2003 in Las Vegas early in March. The shipments should start at the same time. 256Mb, 512Mb and 1Gb devices are expected to cost $139.99, $249.99 and $399.99, respectively. Currently Write Acceleration is supported in Kodak DCS 14n, Kodak DCS 760, Kodak DCS 760m, Kodak DCS 720x, Kodak DCS Pro Back Plus, Kodak DCS Pro Back 645; Nikon D1x, Nikon D1h, Nikon D100, and Sanyo DSC MZ3.
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