Toshiba has today announced that it will showcase its latest memory and data storage products at IFA 2013 (Hall 21a) alongside the company’s full-line of HD and 3D TVs, tablets, laptops and ultrabooks. Highlights will include ultra-high-speed SD cards, high-speed SD cards with integrated Wi-Fi capability, high-speed USB3.0 memory sticks, high performance solid-state drives and next-generation solid-state hybrid drives.
The EXCERIA PRO UHSII SD cards boast the world’s fastest write speeds of 240MB/s, enable continuous high speed digital image capture and remove the bottlenecks caused when photographers take bursts of still images.
Toshiba’s FlashAir SDHC cards were the first to incorporate embedded wireless LAN functionality into an SD card and support peer-to-peer transfers. The new 16GB FlashAir not only doubles the capacity of the cards, it also enables easy and flexible sharing of photos, increased data transfer speeds that reduce data transfer time by 30 per cent. Data on the cards is also accessible from mobile devices running both Android and iOS.
The THNSNH family of SSDs addresses the storage, performance and power efficiency demands of high-end notebooks, tablets and PCs with capacities ranging from 60GB to 512GB. The next-generation SSHDs squeeze 8GiB of NAND storage and up to 500GB of HDD storage into a 2.5-inch (6.4 cm) form factor with 7.0mm height, ideal for high-performance and ultrathin notebooks, and slim line PCs.
Toshiba’s close proximity wireless data transfer TransferJet technology, compact flash cards, SD cards, and HD microSD cards will also be on display alongside HDDs for enterprise, industrial and automotive applications.
Editors and journalists visiting the booth are invited to request interviews with Toshiba Electronics Europe representatives and experts who will be happy to provide details about the latest additions to the memory and data storage product lines.