Samsung Introduces Pro Endurance microSD Cards

Samsung Electronics has introduced PRO Endurance microSDHC/microSDXC card, which offers high endurance and up to 43,800 hours of continuous video recording.

Designed for users who do intensive video monitoring applications, the Samsung PRO Endurance makes continuous video monitoring fast and stable. It delivers read speeds of up to 100 MB/s and provides FHD recording and 4K support via write speeds of up to 30 MB/s. The higher performing memory cards can withstand extreme conditions and capture critical images.

The Samsung PRO Endurance offers 25 times higher endurance than previous speed-focused cards. It also comes with a limited warranty up to five years, and sets a new standard for capacity with its 128GB of storage.

The cards are built to withstand harsh environments and features Samsung’s four-proof protection, making it water, temperature, magnetic and x-ray-proof.

The PRO Endurance memory cards are now available with prices starting at $89.99 for 128GB, $44.99 for 64GB and $24.99 for 32GB.

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