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Lexar expands sales channels in China

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-30 07:06:25
Lexar Media, Inc. and Laser Computer Limited will commence broad distribution of Lexar digital media and accessories in the People's Republic of China. As a leading distributor in the region, Laser can leverage the strong product line of Lexar, in a region where digital media is growing at a record pace. "Laser is eager to begin distributing Lexar's JumpDrive(R) products, one of the best selling brands of USB flash drives in the world, as well as its award-winning flash memory cards," said Nicky Lo, Managing Director, Laser Computer Ltd. "To meet China's hearty demand for digital media products, Laser will be working closely with Lexar in establishing a significant presence for Lexar products in this vast country."


Lexar unveils new USB card form factor

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-16 09:03:03
Lexar Media today announced a new USB card form factor designed for universal and superior interoperability to bring next generation storage, connectivity and utility products to a broad variety of computing, consumer electronics and mobile electronics devices. The new USB card form factor is based on the USB Type A connector as outlined in the Universal Serial Bus Specification. A mere 12 millimeters wide, 4.5 millimeters high and 31.75 millimeters long the card is no longer than the diameter of a penny. At half the width and a little more than twice the height, it is volumetrically similar to an SD card. The rugged, sturdy metal housing is intended to make the USB card suitable for use in a range of environments.


Lexar offers ActiveMemory Technology to companies

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-09 23:00:48
Lexar Media will offer a royalty-free license for its ActiveMemory System technology to digital camera and other consumer electronics manufacturers and software developers interested in providing their customers with unique workflow features and benefits. Previewed in September 2004, Lexar's AMS technology is designed to optimize digital workflow to achieve enhanced interoperability between consumer electronics and flash memory cards. "Created with professional photographers in mind and essentially adding intelligence to our flash memory cards, ActiveMemory is a revolutionary technology designed and engineered for image and information management needs," said Petro Estakhri, Chief Technology Officer, Lexar.


Lexar introduces first Professional card readers

Mark Peters : 2004-10-11 22:02:17
Lexar Media introduced two new Professional CompactFlash Readers designed to address professional photographers' need for almost instantaneous data transfer and an improved project workflow. Built with material similar to a digital camera, with a unique industrial design of hardened plastic and rubber over mold, the new card readers can be easily stacked and daisy-chained together for concurrent download of images. In addition, the new card readers support Lexar's ActiveMemory System for improved photography workflow. Delivering image read and write speeds in excess of 10MB per second, Lexar's new CompactFlash Readers are available in USB 2.0 and Firewire formats.


Lexar unveils Pro Cards with Encryption Technology

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-16 21:00:00
Lexar revealed plans to incorporate encryption technology into its Pro CompactFlash and, in conjunction with technology-compatible digital cameras, will provide users with a secure digital media solution. Professionals photographers and other security conscious users worldwide will have added confidence knowing that access to stored images and information is protected by a high-end encryption code technology. Central to this unique security solution is an easy-to-use software tool for establishing security settings on the memory card and corresponding digital camera. Digital content stored on the memory card can only be accessed via the digital camera(s) with the corresponding encryption key or via a PC with a valid username and password.


Lexar Media introduces JumpDrive Traveler 2.0

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-24 10:10:47
During the CeBIT 2004 show in Hannover, Germany, Lexar Media introduced a software enhancement for its popular JumpDrive Traveler USB flash drive. JumpDrive Traveler 2.0 offers expanded product capabilities including support for Microsoft Outlook. For customers purchasing the original JumpDrive Traveler, a software upgrade will be available for download from Lexar's web site free of charge in April. According to Dave Klenske, Director of Product Marketing, "JumpDrive Traveler delivers a unique set of features to users who require professional-level portability. Our customers appreciate knowing that their information goes with them when they leave a remote location."


Lexar Media announces 8GB CompactFlash type II

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:35:52
During PMA Lexar Media announced its 8GB Professional Series CompactFlash card. Lexar's new 8GB CompactFlash card delivers a 40X speed-rating, signifying a minimum sustained write speed capability of 6MB/s. By maintaining a close alignment with manufacturers who offer high-end digital cameras that create high-resolution files, which can be over 8MB each, Lexar's new 8GB memory card meets the needs of professional photographers who require capacity, speed and reliability. However pricing of the Card is not official yet, unofficial prices are $3000. We don't see any market for it yet, prices will have to decrease drastically before cards like the 8GB will gain any interest at all.


Lexar Media unveils fast 32-bit CardBus for CF

Mark Peters : 2004-02-21 08:33:59
Lexar Media introduced a 32-bit CompactFlash (CF) CardBus reader, designed to enable the quick and convenient transfer of digital images to notebook computers. Lexar Media's new 32-bit CardBus CompactFlash reader boasts high speed data transfer rates similar to FireWire and USB 2.0 readers, and 4 to 6 times faster than 16-bit PCMCIA card adaptors, which are commonly used with laptop computers. Lexar's 32-bit CardBus reader offers support for both Windows and Macintosh operating systems, extending the portable, high-speed solution to Macintosh users for the first time. Lexar's new 32-bit CardBus reader does not require external cables, nor does it occupy the often-limited USB or FireWire ports on a computer.






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