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Panasonic RP-SDY08G

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Panasonic RP-SDY08G

The Panasonic RP-SDY08G is a memory card that comes with a memory capacity of 8GB. It is a UHS-I memory card that is the newest standard for higher-speed Bus interface. It can provide up to 104MB/s performance. It comes with a maximum data transfer speed of up to 60MB/s2 and Class10 speed specification. It incorporates the Super Intelligent Controller (SICS). This technology is designed for high-level data protection. There’s also the Super Intelligent Controller that helps to cle…

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Panasonic RP-SDY08G

The Panasonic RP-SDY08G is a memory card that comes with a memory capacity of 8GB. It is a UHS-I memory card that is the newest standard for higher-speed Bus interface. It can provide up to 104MB/s performance. It comes with a maximum data transfer speed of up to 60MB/s2 and Class10 speed specification. It incorporates the Super Intelligent Controller (SICS). This technology is designed for high-level data protection. There’s also the Super Intelligent Controller that helps to clean up accumulated errors thus extending the card life. There’s also the Smart Data Writing feature that helps to rewrite frequency on each writing area of the card.

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It features a reading speed of up to 60MB/s. This memory card can be used to transfer data to PCs even faster than the current memory cards. It also has a stable writing performance with Class 10 speed specification. This helps to 3D and full HD video recording. It incorporates the Super Intelligent Controller (SICS). This technology is designed for high-level data protection. It also comes with the Power Failure Protection function that helps to retrieve data if the power fails so that the important data can be preserved. This is certified by TÜV Rheinland.

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