Media

Video files take up large amounts of hard drive space, especially for high definition, and you need both speed and huge capacity to edit at the best possible quality. The award winning Sonnet range of video RAID storage has blistering performance and long life reliability. From the tiny and highly portable Sonnet F2 drive that takes it’s power from a MACBook Pro, but is still twice as fast as FireWire drives to the mighty Sonnet D800 RAID that can shift nearly a CD’s amount of data in a second.

CFast 1.0 Memory Cards

These flash cards are of the CFast 1.0 form factor. Using the Micro SATA interface connection. Due to the SATA connectivity, they offer much higher transfer speeds than Compact Flash memory. Note that CFast cards are physically and electrically different to Compact Flash and are not interchangeable.
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CFast 2.0 Memory Cards

The CFast 2.0 specification high performance memory cards are designed for the next generation of professional broadcast, cinema, and stills cameras and camcorders. Due to the SATA-III connectivity CFast 2.0 cards are ready to shoot Full HD and cinema-quality 4K video (4096x2160p) with unprecedented transfer speeds of up to 525MB/ and write Speeds of up to 445MB/s. Designed in parallel with leading-edge camera manufacturers, CFast 2.0 are compatible with a growing range of models from Arri, Blackmagic and Canon. Note that CFast 2.0 cards are physically and electrically different to Compact Flash and are not interchangeable.
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Compact Flash Memory Cards

A solid state memory card, Compact Flash is a small removable mass storage device that uses flash memory technology. These cards as with all flash storage will retain data indefinitely. They are popular in the higher end specialist applications such as various digital cameras, tapeless video recorders, data logging and compact recording devices for example. Note that Compact Flash are not are not physically or electrically the same as CFast cards.

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Enterprise 2.5" SATA3 SSDs

These SSDs are ideal for businesses looking for reliable, long-lasting and efficient flash storage that will outpace any hard disk. Possible features include end-to-end data protection and full power-loss protection. Speeds are not as fast as PCIe-based drives, but prices are considerably lower and the SATA interface and 2.5” form factor means they're easy to implement in any desktop environment.

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Flash Card Readers/Writers

These portable memory card readers and writers use a USB interface to connect with a computers USB port. These devices can accept a range of memory cards/sticks that simply plug in and are ready to be accessed. These card readers / writers allow simple and quick transfer of music, photo, video and data files to and from a flash memory card.
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MicroSD

MicroSD / MicroSDHC is a small, removable flash memory card for storing data. Measuring 15 x 11mm with a thickness of just under 1mm, makes them a popular choice for mobile phones, MP3 players, handheld GPS and other compact devices. There are two standards of this card available, SD and SDHC. MicroSDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) is an extension of the MicroSD standard. A MicroSDHC card is the same physical size as an MicroSD card, make sure your device can accept the HC standard. Classes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 refer to the data transfer speed in Mbits/s. Adaptors are available to allow a MicroSD card fit into a MiniSD and SD card slot.
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MicroSD / MicroSDHC / MicroSDXC Memory Cards

These memory cards are designed to expand the storage for mobile devices such as phones, camera and MP3 players with a MicroSD slot. Choose from a wide variety of capacities and performance levels, which is an important consideration if you are storing high resolution photos or videos.

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Pro Media Readers

Our range of desktop and portable media card readers and drive hubs for creative professionals use a Thunderbolt or USB 3.0 interface for simple plug & play access to your Windows PC or Mac, allowing high-speed ingest and back up of your video, photo, music and data files. These devices accept a wide range of flash-based memory cards including SxS, SDHC/SDXC UHS-I and UHS-II, CompactFlash UDMA 7, XQD, CFast 2.0, P2, expressP2, microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I formats. Updated

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SD / SDHC

SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC is a removable flash memory card for storing data. Measuring 24 x 32mm with a thickness of just 2.1mm. They are a popular choice for digital cameras, video cameras, netbooks, MP3 players and other portable devices. There are various standards of this card which include SD, SDHC and SDHX. SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) is an extension of the SD standard. A SDHC card is the same physical size as an SD card, make sure your device can accept the HC standard. Classes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 etc refer to the data transfer speed in Mbits/s.
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SD / SDHC / SDXC Memory Cards

These memory cards are designed to expand the storage for mobile devices such as phones, camera and MP3 players with a SD slot. Choose from a wide variety of capacities and performance levels, which is an important consideration if you are storing high resolution photos or videos.

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SSD - 2.5" - SATA III - (240GB - 400GB)

SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs may no longer be the fastest around thanks to emerging PCIe SSDs, but they're the most cost-effective and are still easily fast enough for most users. You'll need a spare SATA 6Gb/s port to get the most from them, and a 2.5” capable drive bay – an adaptor may need to be bought, but most cases have at least one drive bay. Drives of these capacities can hold an operating system, many programs and a few games.

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SSD - 2.5" - SATA III - (480GB - 4TB)

SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs may no longer be the fastest around thanks to emerging PCIe SSDs, but they're the most cost-effective and are still easily fast enough for most users. You'll need a spare SATA 6Gb/s port to get the most from them, and a 2.5” capable drive bay – an adaptor may need to be bought, but most cases have at least one. These drives are the highest capacity ones available, suitable for holding an operating system, as well as numerous programs and a healthy collection of media and games.

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SSD - 2.5" - SATA III - (60GB - 200GB)

SATA III 6Gb/s SSDs may no longer be the fastest around thanks to emerging PCIe SSDs, but they're the most cost-effective and are still easily fast enough for most users. You'll need a spare SATA 6Gb/s port to get the most from them, and a 2.5” capable drive bay – an adaptor may need to be bought, but most cases have at least one drive bay. Drives of these capacities can hold an operating system and most if not all of your programs too.

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