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Sony announces MRW-S3, world's fastest USB Hub and TOUGH SF-M, IP 68 rated SD cards!

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Sony is giving creative professionals more reason to give their loyalty to the brand with its newly released MRW-S3 USB Hub and the TOUGH SF-M series SD card line.
Sony announces MRW-S3, world's fastest USB Hub and TOUGH SF-M, IP 68 rated SD cards!
128GB Tough SD cards

Sony announces new USB hub and SD cards

The MRW-S3 is a UHS-II SD/microSD card reader and USB Hub with USB 3.1 Gen 2 in one. Sony claims it to be the world’s fastest USB Hub providing high-speed data transfers of up to 1000MB/s.

MRW-S3 can receive up to 100W USB Power Delivery for stable connections, notifies users of USB power level, and has an HDMI output to support signals up to 4K 30p. It comes in a sturdy aluminum body with a wave texture to enhance grip and repel scratches.
USB-C with up 100W
USB-C with up 100W

This multi-functional file transferring solution is easy to carry around, tipping the scales at 95 g. It also comes with a detachable USB-C to USB-C cable, which can also be used to connect USB 3.1 Gen 2 devices or USB PD AC adapter up to 100W with its embedded eMarker.
Water resistant
Water-resistant

The new SF-M TOUGH is the latest addition to Sony’s line of TOUGH SD cards. As its name suggests, the SF-M TOUGH is shockproof and is advertised to the have the highest-grade waterproof and dustproof levels (IP68) within its class.

This specification SD card boasts data transfer speeds of up to 277MBs read and 150MB/s write. Sony also claims that the SF-M series is fast enough for RAW burst shooting or a quick file back up to a PC.

For added reliability, the SD cards also come with software Memory card File rescue and SD Scan Utility. The series will be sold in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB capacities.

The MRW-S3 and SF-M series be available around the 3rd quarter of the month, while there’s no news as to the pricing of the products.

There is no word yet on pricing and availability in the Philippines.

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