ADATA XPG UHS-I U3: microSDXC Gaming up to 100 MB / s

ADATA XPG UHS-I U3

ADATA, from Taipei (Taiwan) has presented the latest in microSDXC cards, where with an application performance class 1 it manages to reach the top positions thanks to outstanding performance and unthinkable capabilities for cards of this size. Your card is named XPG microSDXC UHS-I U3 Class 10 and promises maximum performance for our tasks or gaming.

With the XPG range in the Premier Pro series, ADATA microSDXC cards are positioned within the peak performance expected by every professional or gamer. With a certified performance of 100 MB / s of reading and 80 MB / s of writing allows to capture images and high definition video or photographs in burst mode, where both the 4K resolution and speed make an appearance.

The V30 certification marks the kind of speed that these cards can reach when recording or executing video, thus offering the best features for resolutions such as 4K UHD.

The minimum speed is another of the critical points of this type of cards. In this case these microSDXC ADATA guarantee a minimum speed of 30 MB per second, where we will also find other series of interesting features such as the option to be submersible (IPX7 standard), impact resistant (falls, torsion and vibration), X-rays ( ISO7816-1) magnetic forces (EMC IEC61000-4-2) and extreme temperatures ( -25ºC and 85ºC ).

To complete the circle, they support automatic error correction code or ECC, which already says a lot about the quality that ADATA has put in these microSDXC.

If we stop to look at Android users, these A1-rated cards are able to offer a minimum sequential transfer rate of 10 MB per second, with a minimum random read rate of 1500 IOPS and a minimum random write rate of 500 IOPS.

In addition, and from Android 6.0 and 7.0 we can use these cards as an expanded storage space for downloadable content or DLC, where we can have not only our data, but games, applications and more.

Due to their speed, these cards can accelerate our games if needed, thus covering the spectrum of gaming for smartphones, tablets, virtual reality devices or Nintendo Switch and other portable consoles.

ADATA will offer these microSDXC cards in three different capacities : 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB, where in the beginning they will have the same characteristics and same performance, since ADATA has not specified otherwise.

The exact availability of these XPG microSDXC UHS-I U3 Class 10 cards may vary according to the part of the world where we are based on the brand. Even so, it does not specify anything about said availability, just as it does not specify any price in any market, so everything is a mystery at the moment.

If we want more information, we must go to www.xpg.com or www.adata.com to communicate with the ADATA offices and redirect us to the retailer that distributes these cards in our country.

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