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Samsung introduces PRO Endurance Card

The 128GB capacity card supports 4K video and offers 25 times higher endurance than previous speed-focused cards.

Adding to its range of memory cards Samsung has introduced the all-new PRO Endurance microSDHC/ microSDXC card, which can deliver read speeds of up to 100 MB/s and provide FHD recording and 4K support via write speeds of up to 30 MB/s. Built with professional video recording in mind, the micro SD cards are also suitable for body cams and dashcams.

“The need for longer-lasting, higher performing memory cards that can withstand extreme conditions and capture critical moments is at an all-time high,” said Un-Soo Kim, senior vice president of Brand Product Marketing, Memory Business at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung is proud to again advance what is possible in memory card technology with the introduction of the PRO Endurance, which offers security-minded consumers the industry’s highest levels of endurance and optimized read/write speeds for immediate access to critical surveillance content.”

Samsung claims its PRO Endurance offers 25 times higher endurance than previous speed-focused cards, come with a warranty of up to five years and are available in sizes up to 128GB. The cards are also water, temperature, magnetic and x-ray-proof.

The PRO Endurance memory cards are now available at £30.99 for 32GB, £58.99 for 64GB and £111.99 for 128GB. For more information, please visit the official Samsung website. 

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