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Delkin 64GB Elite633 SDXC Card Ships

Posted in Memory by Reuben Drake on June 30th, 2011

Delkin has started shipping the world’s fastest 64GB SDXC UHS-I memory card. The card is designed for streaming HD and 3D video applications and can record at speeds up to 45-megabytes per second and read at speeds up to 95-megabytes per second.

It can record up to 8-hours of high definition video or capture more than 17,000 photos in SDXC-enabled cameras or camcorders. The Delkin 64GB Elite633 SDXC card is available now for $539.99.

Delkin 633x Ultrafast SDHC Memory Cards

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2011

Delkin has launched their latest and fastest SD memory card, boasting transfer speeds up to 95MB/s read, 80MB/s write and a 633X speed rating that more than triples previous Class 10 capabilities. Those are some amazing specs. It may be so fast that it flies out of your device.

The new Elite 633X UHS-I SDHC memory card from Delkin uses the Secure Digital Association’s “Ultra High Speed” (UHS-I) specification, which allows bus-interface speeds of up to 104 Megabytes per second and it has full backwards compatibility among SDHC and SDXC host devices.

Delkin ImageRouter connects many, many CF cards

Posted in Card Readers by Darrin Olson on February 1st, 2008

Delkin ImageRouter connects multiple CompactFlash cards at once for downloadDelkin has a new CompactFlash card reader they are showing off this week called the ImageRouter. This device solves the problem of photographers having to download multiple CF cards to a computer after a shoot. The ImageRouter doesn’t really make the actual transfer happen any faster but what it does do is allow the multiple cards to do their transfer simultaneously so you don’t have to watch it and swap them out when each are done.

As if loading 4 of the cards at a time is not enough Delkin says that if you buy more than one you can daisy-chain them together with two ImageRouters letting you download 8 CF cards at the same time. Delkin doesn’t elaborate on their site on just how many can be connected at a time but does say that you can connect “two or more” and also mentions that the ImageRouter will help whether you have “four or fourteen CompactFlash cards”. We’re guessing that after a few connected together things might get pretty slow and according to SlashGear three is the limit.

The card readers connect through a USB 2.0 connection and reach transfer speeds of 19MB/sec reads. Two ImageRouters connected slows it slightly with a 17MB/second read and 15MB/sec write speeds. Delkin is getting these card readers ready for purchase by April retailing at $149. The BackupandBurn software can be purchased with it in a bundle for $249, which helps with automatically routing and naming files during the transfer.