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Apacer MicroSDHC card
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Apacer MicroSDHC card

Apacer Tehnology has announced its first industrial-grade MicroSDHC memory card featuring the capacity of up to 16GB. One of the highlights is its firmware and major components that can be fixed right after customer's recognition and validation. This reduces the risk of out-of-stock and compatibility issues by providing customers stable supply and high reliability.

Apacer's industrial-grade MicroSDHC memory card is compliant with SD 3.0 specification and supports Class 10 high-speed transmission. Available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB, with sequential read/write speed reaching up to 20/14 MB/sec, it fulfills requirements for high-capacity and high-speed data storage.

To ensure that data stays correct in the transmission, the Apacer industrial MicroSDHC memory card supports ECC function, which can effectively minimize potential errors led by frequent data access while ensuring the integrity of data in transmission. The Global Wear leveling also helps deliver a phenomenally prolonged lifespan, as well as safer data storage.

Samples are now available for customers to run test.

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