Lexar Unveils a New microSD Card and New Gaming Products at IFA 2023

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅04.09.2023 22:59:53
Press Release

Lexar is unveiling various new products estimated to be launched in Q4 2023. Designed for photography professionals and PC enthusiasts to accelerate their workflow, the expanded portfolio includes a new microSD™ card, internal SSDs, DRAM, and portable SSDs.

Lexar Professional GOLD micro SDXC™ UHS-II card

The new Professional GOLD micro SDXC™ UHS-II card, available in 128GB and 256GB, leverages high-speed performance and a Video Speed Class 60 (V60) rating, allowing users to quickly capture, playback, and transfer high-definition multimedia files, including 4K video, with a read transfer speed up to 280MB/s. This card is also great for use with gaming devices, sports camcorders, tablets, smartphones, and drones.

Lexar ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory

The performance of Lexar ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory reaches a new height of 8000MT/s and 8400MT/s, allowing hardcore gamers and PC enthusiasts to experience superior performance with next-gen DDR5. And, in addition to the performance, this memory also features Lexar RGB Sync so gamers can customize the RGB LED to their own style, and its sleek premium aluminium heat spreader keeps the system cool. It is built with on-die ECC, which leverages real-time data error correction for increased data stability and reliability. With on-board Power Management IC (PMIC), it provides better power control and power delivery.

Lexar Professional NM1090 Gen 5 NVMe SSD

The Professional NM1090 M.2 Gen 5 NVMe SSD, available in capacities from 1TB to 4TB, is perfect for hardcore gamers, professionals, and creators, delivering unparalleled performance of 12,000MB/s read, 11,000MB/s write, thanks to its PCIe Gen 5x4 NVMe 2.0 technology standard. It features an integrated Active Heatsink to reduce heat for better performance and power efficiency. It leverages the latest 12nm controller to produce low power consumption and longer battery life.

Lexar NM790 NVMe SSD with Heatsink

The NM790 with Heatsink M.2 NVMe SSD, available in capacities ranging from 1TB to 4TB, delivers incredible speeds of 7400MB/s read, 6500MB/s write with PCIe Gen 4 tech, which includes HMB 3.0 and Dynamic SLC Cache. The memory features an integrated heatsink, which ensures systems stay cool to maintain speed, power efficiency, and thermal control for sustained high performance. It is compatible with desktop computers and is perfect to use with PlayStation®5.

Lexar SL600 Portable SSD

Aimed at users working with huge files in the field, the new portable SSDs deliver excellent durability and reliability. The Lexar SL600 portable SSD, available in 512GB to 4TB, has blazing-fast speeds of up to 2000MB/s read/write and features a durable aluminium enclosure with a sandblasted finish. Besides offering the same speed performance as the SL600, the new Armor 700 Rugged Portable SSD, available in 1TB to 4TB, is IP65 rated for water and dust resistance and the rugged design can even endure a 3-meter anti-drop. The SL500 portable SSD, available in 512GB to 4TB, is capable of speeds up to 2000MB/s read and 1080MB/s write. The sleek aluminium design is compact and easy to carry. All the portable SSDs are secured by Lexar DataShield, an advanced security software that helps keep files safe with 256-bit AES encryption.

These new products are expected to be launched in Q4 2023.

"Lexar has established a long history of developing leading memory solutions for photo and video communities. By leveraging its expertise to develop a variety of products, we are proud to offer the quality, performance, and reliability Lexar users expect. We will continue to offer products designed to meet the unique needs of photographers, videographers, content creators, and PC enthusiasts of all levels." said Samy Benarf, General Manager Europe of Lexar.

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