As one of the earliest memory card formats, CompactFlash remains one of the most widely used due to its continuous enhancements in data transfer speeds and storage capacity; as well, its compatibility with thousands of electronic gadgets and devices. Anyone who has ever suffered the hassle of coordinating memory card formats when upgrading to higher speed or capacity need worry no more. ADATA’s CF card is the right choice for increasing your productivity and enhancing your digital lifestyle.
The Affordable High-capacity Memory Card
Compliant with the CompactFlash Association’s CF 4.1 standards, the ADATA CF card is fully compatible with every CF host digital device on the market. From older MP3 players to the latest digital camera with a CF card slot, you can boost the performance of your device, trouble-free, with the plug-and-play-enabled ADATA CompactFlash card. It offers relatively larger storage and faster transfer speeds at a competitive price.
The Reliable and Safe Companion for Cameras
Featuring the highest capacity of 8 GB, the ADATA CF card can store over 2,000 MP3 files, 2,400 high-resolution JPEG photos or other digital data1. It also supports Error Correcting Code (ECC) to automatically detect and correct errors during data transfer, preventing corruption and loss of your important data. Additionally, the ADATA CF’s In-System Programming (ISP) feature allows users to load the latest firmware and improve compatibility. The ADATA CF card adopts Static Wear-Leveling technology, which can average out the write cycles on each cell over time, thereby eliminating frequent writes to the same flash cell and extending its serviceable lifespan.
Lifetime Warranty, Quality Guaranteed
ADATA is committed to quality and your peace of mind. Therefore, every ADATA flash memory card is manufactured under stringent guidelines to ensure the highest in quality and backed by a lifetime limited warranty.
1 All music and photo capacities above are approximate values. Music capacity is based on an average 4 minutes per song and 128-Kbps AAC encoding. Photo capacity is based on an average resolution of 8 megapixels per picture. JPEG file size may vary, depending on camera models, compression settings and photo contents.