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Samsung breaks density barrier with 8Gb NAND Flash

Dennis Hissink : 2003-12-18 00:02:01
Samsung Electronics has introduced the industry's first 8Gbit NAND flash memory device. The high density device will enable a new level of functionality in storage subsystem designs to meet fast growing demand for memory from products like digital cameras, USB Flash Drives, PDAs and MP3 players. "The 8Gbit NAND flash ships in an industry leading Quad Die Pack (QDP) and leverages Samsung's advanced 2Gb component technology and Single Level Cell (SLC) design," said Jon Kang, senior vice president of product planning and engineering at Samsung Electronics Corp. "The new NAND device takes advantage of the company's advanced manufacturing capabilities and is produced on 12-inch wafers in a 90nm process."


New Samsung Digimax 301 digital camera

Dennis Hissink : 2003-12-09 19:45:18
Samsung has expanded their digital camera series with another Digimax mode. The new Digimax 301 is quite basic, but features a 3.2 Megapixels CCD providing a resolution of 2048x1536 pixels. It is getting very crowded with the Digimax series of Samsung cameras. We are looking at eight cameras and with the introduction of the new Digimax 301 model number nine arrives. It will be no doubt that some of the 'older' models will get a discontinue status very soon. The Samsung Digimax 301 features a 3x digital zoom with an aperture of f3.9 - f8.0. The focal length is 33mm compared with a 35mm camera. The back of the camera features a 1.6-inch LCD display which can be used to review the stored images or as a viewer for capturing photos.


Samsung begins mass-production 512MB memory cards

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-07 00:33:42
According to an announcement made by GFK Marketing Services: Samsung Electronics Co. today said it has launched mass-production of large capacity memory cards in the 512-megabyte and 256-megabyte class. the large-capacity memory cards are multimedia cards (MMCs), which are widely used for storage for mobile handsets, digital cameras, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and MP3 players, company officials said. Three kinds of MMCs, 512MB, 256MB and downsized 256MB, will be mass-produced, they added. The 512MB MMC, for instance, is capable of storing the equivalent of 500 3 Megapixel digital camera pictures, in addition to 130 four-minute MP3 files and 30 minutes of VGA-class moving pictures. VGA stands for video graphics array.


Samsung UK unveils MS DUO supported U-CA3 camera

Mark Peters : 2003-09-11 22:13:00
Today Samsung introduced a new special designed small digital camera with Memory Stick DUO support. This is the first cameras among the Samsung series of digital cameras that is supporting this ultra small storage media. The new Samsung U-CA3 is more a kind of mobile device shaped camera with multimedia functions like MPEG4 recording. For a tiny camera (102 x 52.8 x 31mm) weighing just 145g, the U-CA 3 boasts a range of features, as well as being designed to help you take excellent photographs. It offers the ultimate welcome when you switch on thanks to its AVATAR loading screen. Yes, you can personalise the loading screen by downloading your own pictures and favourite MP3 tunes.


Samsung enters photo inkjet printer market

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 10:38:25
Samsung Electronics announced a new high-resolution inkjet printer. The new MJC-2250c is an affordable high-resolution printer with fast printing, small footprint, and simple operation. The maximum output resolution of 4800dpi X 1200dpi (5.76 MP) is currently the highest possible for inkjet models, and printing in color can be as fast as 8 pages per minute. A comprehensive graphic user interface allows the user full control over printer functions via a control window. The head alignment, which usually requires a constant attention, is fully automated for clean, hassle-free results. The paper type is automatically detected, too. Finally, built-in support for an USB 2.0 connection enables faster transfer of documents from computers.


Samsung UK unveils two new Digimax digital cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-05 23:31:11
Samsung is adding to its successful digital portfolio, with the launch of the Digimax 420 and Digimax 360. The new models offer excellent quality images and both are packed with features. The Digimax 420 offers a 4 mega pixel resolution, while the 360 offers 3.2 mega pixels, both giving sharp pictures with accurate colour tones. Each camera boasts a high quality Samsung SHD lens (equivalent to 38mm - 114mm in 35mm format), with 3x optical and 4 x digital zoom. Focusing ranges from 6cm close up to infinity. All images are displayed on a colour TFT LCD screen and stored on the cameras' 16Mb internal memories, which can be upgraded using SD cards. Both still images and movie clips with sound can be recorded.






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