KINGMAX announces PRO Extreme series memory cards

Kingmax logoLoaded with an Ultra High Speed boost, KINGMAX PRO Extreme Series memory cards offer serious memory solutions with ultra fast read and write functions for a range of devices. As the fastest category of memory card available today, PRO Extreme cards enable lightning fast read and write speeds. Featured exclusively with SDXC and SDHC products, PRO Extreme cards increase shot-to-shot speed for HD recording (even in 3D), in addition to improving traditional data recording functions.

KINGMAX PRO Extreme Series memory cards reach maximum read speeds of 90 MB/s and maximum write speeds of 60MB/s*, saving users' time and enabling enhanced storage and transfer of large files. When paired with SDHC/SDXC technology that professional photographers use, PRO Extreme cards can improve storage and transmission of large, high-resolution image files. Get better photo and video performance and faster response with PRO Extreme cards.

KINGMAX announces PRO Extreme series memory cards

Storage space concerns are a thing of the past with KINGMAX PRO Extreme Series memory cards, available in a range of capacities - 16/32/64GB. When shooting photos with 16 mega pixel resolution, users can save up to 11440 photos on a 64GB card. With that same card, users can log up to 320 minutes of video at (1920x1080)/28Mbps resolution.

For added security, KINGMAX PRO Extreme cards resist all manner of damage and tampering. KINGMAX PRO Extreme Series cards are temperature proof, shock proof, x-ray proof and magnet proof, meaning you can take your memory anywhere you take your devices without worrying that your data is safe. All KINGMAX products follow strict quality standards and have been 100% tested under strict quality control systems to ensure the durable performance before shipping. Moreover, the KINGMAX products are backed up warranties and global customer service to guarantee the highest level of customer service satisfaction.


  • Support UHS-1 speed mode SDR104
  • Best product compatibility and product stability
  • CPRM support
  • High speed and capacity to satisfy demand for Full HD still images/recording
  • Support ECC and wear leveling functions
Source: techPowerUp

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