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Pretec announces i-Disk II 8GB USB 2 Flash Drive


Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-07 16:30:36
Pretec Electronics Corp announced the world's highest capacity and high speed USB flash drive supporting dual channel data transmission, which can reach the highest average transfer rate up to 120X. Pretec i-Disk II 8GB can process files transfer concurrently and bring you the extremely high speed in read & write up to 16MB/sec and 12MB/sec. With its design-in functions of data encryption, compression and write protection, users can fully leverage the largest memory space of Pretec i-Disk II 8GB under a data secured environment. Light weight, compact, and bundled with the FlashMail, MobileLock, SecretZip software, Pretec i-Disk II 8GB is a perfect storage solution for active mobile users traveling around the world.


Pretec demonstrates USB reader with MMC 4 support


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-31 15:47:47
Pretec is demonstrating the world's first USB card reader supporting MMC 4.0 4-bit mode, which can possibly reach the access speed of up to 26MB/s, the highest speed flash memory card reader in the world today, at COMPUTEX TAIPEI Pretec Booth Hall 4, # 101A at World Trade Center. Supporting most popular flash memory cards in the market such as CF I & II (or 1" HDD), SmartMedia, MMC, MMC 4.0 (4-bit mode), SD, MS, MS-Pro, etc., Pretec USB card reader is the most versatile card reader today. When MMC 4.0 8-bit mode is supported by Q4/2004, Pretec USB card reader can possibly reach a whopping speed of 52MB/s, close to the maximum speed of USB 2.0 specification. Pretec MMC 4.0 USB card reader is sampling now, with mass production next month.


Pretec claims world's fastest MultiMedia Card


Dennis Hissink : 2004-05-31 11:23:15
Pretec is demonstrating the world's first MMC 4.0 flash memory card with Read speed about 150X (22.5MB/s) and Write speed greater than 120X (18MB/s), which is the highest speed small form factor flash memory card in the world today, at COMPUTEX TAIPEI Pretec Booth Hall 4, # 101A at World Trade Center. Compatible with most Secure Digital (SD) slots used by mobile phones, digital cameras, and other portable digital devices, MMC (MultiMediaCard) is one of the most popular memory cards in the world today. Version 4.0 is the most recent release of MMCA, with maximum transfer speed up to 20 times of today's MMC, and 4 times faster than today's SD card without any royalties for the high-speed interface.


Pretec unveils world's highest speed 80X CF


Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:28:41
Pretec Electronics unveils its fastest CompactFlash card during PMA. With a write speed of almost double the leading brand's high speed CF card in the market today, users of Pretec CF cards can enjoy the exciting multimedia experience in applications such as high resolution digital cameras, where faster write speed means lower set-up time between pictures. Tested with WA(1) enabled Kodak Professional DCS Pro 14n (under current firmware), the industry's highest resolution (14 Megapixels) digital SLR camera, which displays the write speed of the CF card, Pretec Cheetah CF card scores at 4.9MB/s. With sustained read speed of 13MB/s and write speed of 12MB/s, Pretec Cheetah series CF card is the highest speed CF card today.






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