MICRODIA’s 512GB SD4.0 Flash Memory Card Debuts for Sale in Feb 2015, at CP+ 2015 Japan

USA, January 30, 2015 – MICRODIA Semiconductor Ltd. (MICRODIA) will introduce its latest SDXC flash memory card at the Camera and Photo Imaging Show in Yokohama, Japan. It will also be available for order at the trade fair. Speed Requirements Announced earlier this month, the XTRA Elite SDXC flash memory card is many times faster than current flash memory cards. It reads and writes at speeds up to a blistering 300MB/s. This speed caters to photographers and videographers of all types, as this group’s major concern is write speed. Dual Performance Professional photographers and videographers can perform both capture and loading of images and footage at speeds greater than current SD cards tha

MICRODIA’s Micro USB Type-C OTG on the Market Pulse as Computing Giant’s Adoption Sparks Tsunami Rip

USB Type-C standard adopted by a computing conglomerate has sent tidal-wave murmurs through commercial entities and consumers. However, already prepared for the USB Type-C standard implementation ahead of the market is the recently-launched MICRODIA USB Type C flash-drive-reader combo, the OTG FDR, which connects the current USB standard to the new USB Type-C one. USA, January 28, 2015 – MICRODIA Ltd. (MICRODIA)’s recently released USB Type-C On-The-Go (OTG) Flash Drive and Reader (FDR) is the world’s first device to provide unlimited flash memory storage capabilities, and USB connectivity between the current USB Standard A or Standard B and the new USB Type-C ports. This dual-ended OTG devi

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