ATP 150X ProMax 1GB SD

Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 8 October 2005 at 01:00 PM EDT. Page 3 of 3. Add A Comment.


Coming out of this review, we were extremely impressed by ATP Electronics and their 150X ProMax Secure Digital series. Not only was the flash memory read and write performance on track, but we were utmost pleased by the above-average build quality. With safeguards against water, ESD, dust, and extremely low/high temperatures, this is definitely one of the most durable cards available on the market. With digital cameras, MP3 players, and PDAs going almost anywhere, it can be crucial to have a reliable flash storage medium to protect your important data before it comes prey to a less-than-reliable flash media card. At $100 for 1GB, the ATP ProMax card certainly doesn’t come cheap but with its 150x speed rating and superior physical design, the price can easily be justified by any serious photographer or flash media enthusiast.

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