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M-System DiskOnKey 4GB USB drive

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-27 14:30:24
M-System DiskOnKey 4GB USB drive : M-Systems, the leading developer of USB flash drives (UFDs), announced that it has increased the storage capacity of its DiskOnKey devices to four gigabytes (4GB). The increased storage capacity makes the M-System DiskOnKey USB flash drive the ideal solution for numerous corporate and specialized tasks including large file transfers, data recovery and backup, and temporary archiving and operating system management. Additionally, the four gigabyte storage capacity of the DiskOnKey USB flash drive is an alternative solution for users requiring portable storage that is capable of storing video and photos, or as a miniature digital music file jukebox.


MMCA finalizes MMCmicro Card specification

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-22 02:13:48
MMCA finalizes MMCmicro Card specification : The MultiMedia Card Association (MMCA) today announced that it has finalized the MMCmicro specification at its recent Summer General Meeting in Zurich, Switzerland. The new MMCmicro Cards represent the third MultiMediaCard form factor, along with MMCplus and MMCmobile Cards. Measuring 12x14x1.1 mm, they are about one-third the size of MMCmobile Cards. The MMCmicro Card standard is designed to meet the latest market requirements for data storage in mobile phones and digital cameras. It operates at either 3.3 volts or 1.8 volts and is capable of data transfer rate of up to 26MB/s (megabytes per second), the highest in performance amongst micro-sized memory card standards in the market.


Panasonic Pro High Speed SD Memory Cards

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-20 09:30:00
Three new Panasonic Pro High Speed SD Memory Cards : Panasonic announced that it is expanding its Panasonic SD Memory Card line up, with the addition of three new SD Memory Cards. The flagship model is the 2GB SD Memory Card (up to 20MB/s data transfer rate) in the “PRO HIGH SPEED” Series. The other models include the 1GB SD Memory Card (up to 5MB/s data transfer rate) in the "HIGH SPEED" Series, and the 512MB miniSD Card (up to 2MB/s data transfer rate) in the miniSD Card line up. The SD Memory Card has become the de facto standard memory card format. Its applications are expanding to a vast range of digital products including Digital Still Camera (DSC), Digital Video Camera (DVC), PDA, mobile phone, digital audio player, etc.


Kingston DataTraveler II plus introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-20 08:15:14
Kingston DataTraveler II plus introduction : Kingston Technology, the independent world leader in memory products, announced the Kingston DataTraveler II Plus product, making it the most convenient, customizable multi-function USB Flash drive on the market. Kingston Technology is first to offer Migo software on the DataTraveler II Plus family of USB Flash drives. “Kingston Technology teamed up with PowerHouse to make DataTraveler II Plus - Migo Edition the easiest and safest way to take your desktop with you everywhere you go, on a device small enough to fit on a keychain,” said Jim Selby, Product Marketing Manager EMEA, Kingston Technology.


SanDisk 512mb microSD card

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-13 22:45:00
SanDisk 512mb microSD card : SanDisk Corporation today announced that the microSD specification, which is based on SanDisk’s TransFlash card, has been officially adopted by the SD Card Association (SDA). The new microSD card is fully compatible with the TransFlash card and is designed as a small, flash memory storage card for mobile phones and devices. SanDisk also announced a 512-megabyte (MB) SanDisk microSD card, the largest capacity available in this form factor. The company expects to have a 1-gigabyte (GB) microSD card by the end of the year and a 2GB card in 2006. SanDisk currently supplies ten major handset manufacturers with TransFlash cards and has placement of this card at more than 60,000 retail storefronts.


SanDisk TransFlash Memory Cards for Kyocera phone

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-13 01:40:00
SanDisk TransFlash Memory Cards for Kyocera phone : SanDisk Corporation today announced that Kyocera Wireless, a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, will bundle a SanDisk TransFlash memory card with the new Kyocera Slider Remix KX5 mobile phone, a full-featured handset that incorporates a high-resolution digital camera and music playback functions as well as other digital entertainment features. The advanced KX5 features a 2-inch TFT color display, a music player with three-dimensional stereo sound, video capture capabilities, and a digital camera with 1.3-megapixel resolution. The phone will be packaged and sold with a SanDisk TransFlash card.


Mobile Action MA-800 25-in-1 memory card reader

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-12 12:15:00
Mobile Action MA-800 25-in-1 Memory Card Reader : Mobile Action today announced the North American release of the Mobile Action MA-800, a super 25-in-1 memory card reader that can exchange data between 25 different types of memory cards used in digital cameras, PDAs and mobile phones. Mobile Action's new MA-800 flash card reader also comes bundled with Mediaphone Expert, a multimedia editing software package for mobile phones that lets users combine and edit content from different memory card sources and load the results on the handset memory card for playback on a cellular phone. Mediaphone Expert allows users to create and edit content for their mobile phone memory card using various multimedia sources such as Video and MP3.


ASMP vision on RAW formats for digital cameras

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-11 17:25:00
ASMP vision on RAW formats for digital cameras : The American Society of Media Photographers is deeply concerned at the developing crisis that is threatening continued access to the world’s photographic heritage. The RAW format is fast becoming the standard for professional and other serious imaging. Encryption and the abandonment and termination of support for older RAW formats put in jeopardy the future use of many digital photographs. As a result, the ability of photographers, clients, librarians, educators, and the public at large to access, use and control the photographs that make up our historical heritage and the economic livelihoods of professional photographers is at serious risk.






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