Monster Digital Expands Range with New High-Value “Safari Series” Class-10 SD & MicroSD Memory Cards

Monster Digital Expands Range with New High-Value “Safari Series” Class-10 SD & MicroSD Memory Cards
December 05 16:20 2012 Print This Article

Wow, Monster does it again! Monster has just announced that they are expanding their high-capacity SD and MicroSD memory cards with their rugged high-value Safari series, really sticking it to companies like Sandisk with competitive pricing.

The new Safari cards are impact, humidity and temperature-resistant and offer high magnetic and X-ray resistance to prevent damage or erasure from both household devices and security scanners. Although they are a step down in rugged performance from Monster Digital’s Mil-Spec certified Vault and Bunker series of SD and microSD cards the Safari Series memory solutions offer a new more affordable option for users of today’s PCs and Macs, high definition action sports cameras, smartphones, and tablets, providing performance, reliability and peace of mind at prices that virtually everyone can afford.

All Safari Series cards are Class 10 in performance with entry-level retail prices providing an outstanding value to the consumer. Available in capacities of 32GB (MSRP: $39.99 SD – $44.95 uSD), which can record over 12,320 photos or 320 minutes of HD video; 16GB (MSRP: $24.99), which can record over 6,100 photos or 160 minutes of HD video, as well as 8GB (MSRP: $14.99) and 4 GB at a very affordable price (MSRP: $9.99).

Monster Digital CEO Jay Tandon noted: “These days more than ever, people are looking for the very best value in everything they buy. When it comes to memory solutions, there is really no better solution at a great price than our new Safari Series cards, which we proudly call ‘memory cards for everyone.’ Unlike other entry-level cards, Safari series are all class 10, where others might be class 4 or even class 2! With these new lower prices, consumers can enjoy excellent performance and the peace of mind they need to make sure important data, photos and videos are safe and secure.”

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