Kingston Digital, Inc. is a daughter company of the Kingston Technology Company, Inc. which was created for the independent production of Flash memories. The company has now introduced a new series of ‘Canvas’ Flash memory cards.

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The Categories

The flash cards are from three different categories according to the needs of the customer

Canvas Select

Whether you use a smartphone or a purpose-built camera, Canvas Select is ideal for filming videos in HD mode and clicking hi-res photos. With Class 10 UHS-I speeds up to 80 MB/s read, you get the card in up to 128GB capacities for SD mode and up to 256GB for microSD mode.

Canvas Go

This card best suits those who are always on the move and tend to record their life’s adventures in 1080P or even 4K on DSLR, drone or action camera. The card delivers Class 10 UHS-I U3 speeds up to 90 MB/s read and 45 MB/s write. You can get the card in up to 512GB capacities for SD mode and up to 128GB for microSD mode.

Canvas React

The best of three categories, Canvas React is for capturing 4K videos or taking stunning burst-mode photos on DSLR, mirrorless camera, and even smartphones. With Class 10 UHS-I U3 speeds up to 100 MB/s read and 80 MB/s write, you’ll get SD in capacities up to 256GB and microSD up to 128GB.

The three categories will come both in SD and micrSD formats.

Speaking of the features of these cards, you can get reliable, durable, flexible and pro-performance storage options. Annette Chan, the Flash card business manager for Kingston said:

We are always determined to create new and improved storage solutions that meet our customers’ needs. Canvas Flashcards are durable, high in storage capacities and have fast transfer speeds to capture all of life’s memories anywhere.

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