LetsGoDigital - CES 2003 - Show Report - PNY is introducing new CompactFlash cards
PNY is introducing new CompactFlash cards
PNY is enabling professional photographers and photo enthusiasts alike the ability to capture and transfer images at sustained write speeds of up to 3.2 megabytes per second (MB). PNY's new high-end Optima(TM) CompactFlash(TM) cards provide a lightning fast 21X data transfer rate, so digital information can be captured quickly.
The cards will be available for purchase in the first quarter of 2003 from retailers, e-tailers, distributors, and value-added resellers throughout the United States and Europe. PNY's Optima CompactFlash cards are designed for the professional photographer or enthusiast who owns a high-end digital camera that can take advantage of the improved sustained write speed. These Type I cards will be available in 128MB, 256MB and 512MB storage capacities and are compatible with the most popular makes and models of digital cameras.
According to Paul Wasek, senior marketing manager for flash media & peripheral products for PNY, the new PNY Optima CompactFlash cards are ideal for serious photographers who want to capture fast moving subjects, so they never miss another shot. As higher performance cameras continue to emerge in the market, PNY is committed to providing the Flash media necessary to take advantage of their improved benefits. And the cards from PNY have been optimized for speed, capacity and durability, without the loss of quality or data.
PNY offers a full line of digital media solutions to meet a range of professional photographic needs. In addition to its new Optima CompactFlash Professional Series, PNY's digital media product line consists of: PNY-brand SmartMedia(TM) cards, MultiMedia(TM) cards, Secure Digital(TM) cards, Single Slot Readers, Multi Slot Readers and PCMCIA Adapters.
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