Super SD card in works by Panasonic, Survives High temperature, water and X-rays

By | August 10th, 2012



We thought Flash drives were the last thing to be rigged with extra toughness, but apparently we spoke too soon. Panasonic is working on to develop SD cards that will probably outlast you, why? Because they can survive high/low temperature, can go for a swim and your data stays protected even if it goes through X-rays.

panasonic rugged sd cards Super SD card in works by Panasonic, Survives High temperature, water and X rays

Panasonic are truly putting it to the test, imagine the strength and durability a black box have; it’s pretty much the same when you submerge a SD card into 3 feet of water or subject it to -13 degree temperature or heat it up to 70 Degree Celsius. In case of extreme heating up the card will foil in protecting and saving your data. Magnets and X-rays have been shrugged off as well with it, and now they have no impact on the device and your data. There will be two ranges of speed upon classifications, SDAB class will reach 95 Mb/s read and 80 Mb/s write while SDUB range will feature a modest 90 Mb/s read and 45 Mb/s writing speed. There is no news on the price just yet; However, Panasonic is due to launch these SD cards in September.

Source: Engadget