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Panasonic’s P2 Hits Back at Rival Solid State Media

Posted on Feb 24, 2011 by Definition Magazine

Panasonic has announced new reduced RRPs for its entire line-up of high-capacity, high-speed P2 cards. From this February, the company’s E-Series of 64GB, 32GB and 16GB P2 cards will be available with RRPs of €505, €350 and €276 excluding VAT, respectively.

“E-Series P2 cards offer fast transfer speeds (up to 1.2Gbps), which is substantially faster than most professional solid-state memory cards offered by other manufacturers.  All P2 cards use high-quality solid-state memory, extremely durable, die-cast aluminium construction and impact-proof connectors. This is in direct contrast to other solid-state memory card products, which often feature breakable, plastic casing with less reliable connectors. Additionally, P2 cards offer dependable performance during recording in all types of environments, as well as instant access and complete data compatibility in all P2 camcorders and workflow tools.”

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