The company claims that the XQD-M series can deliver a transfer speed up to 440MB/s (read) and 150MB/s (write); SF-M series can deliver speeds up to 260MB/s (read) and 100MB/s (write).

Sony says that the new card reader technology can backup 64 GB of data in approximately 3 minutes. The XQD-M series available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities at Rs 3,500, Rs 6,700 and Rs 14,500 respectively.

The SD cards is clubbed with UHS-II support, that allows quick data transfer to and from a PC with supporting the same. The Sony SD cards come are dust-proof, X-Ray proof, anti-static and magnet proof. These are highly durable as the deleted photos and videos, including RAW images, MOV files and 4K XAVC-S videos can be recovered using the File rescue software.

Sony’s new SF-M series is available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities at Rs 4,795, Rs 7,215, and Rs 11,545 respectively.
Sony’s XQD/SD card reader – MRW-E90 – supports data transfer to a PC from all XQD series and UHS-II SD cards. The card reader supports USB3. Gen. 1.

Sony additional feature is that the XQD-G series can record up to 200 frames in continuous burst shooting and is designed for high-end professional DSLRs like Nikon D5.