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Olympus xD-Picture Card distributed by PNY

Mark Peters : 2005-05-20 13:00:00
Olympus xD-Picture Card distributed by PNY : PNY Technologies allows professional photographers and enthusiasts the freedom to entrust their most valuable photographs with the latest flash card format. As a leader in the flash card market, PNY Technologies has signed a distribution agreement with Olympus Imaging America to introduce the xD-Picture Card. Designed for today's most popular, digital cameras, PNY's new xD-Picture Card features a smaller form factor that provides greater storage capacities and faster data transfer speeds. The xD-Picture Card format takes advantage of the "panorama" feature set available on Olympus digital cameras, so users can take panoramic pictures.


SanDisk 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo for PSP gamers

Mark Peters : 2005-05-18 21:45:00
New SanDisk 2GB Memory Stick Pro Duo for PSP gamers : Responding to stronger-than-expectedconsumer demand for high-capacity flash memory cards that are needed for music and video-playing in Sony’s fast-selling PlayStation Portable (PSP), SanDisk Corporation today introduced a 2-gigabyte Memory Stick PRO Duo Gaming Card to provide PSP owners with plenty of removable storage for video clips, MP3 music tracks, digital still photos and game data. The announcement was made at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), where SanDisk is showing its gaming cards and accessories in Kentia Hall, Meeting Room 7008 of the Los Angeles Convention Center. The 2GB card, which is expected to ship in July, will carry a suggested retail price of $349.99.


M-Systems USB Flash drive survey

Mark Peters : 2005-05-09 00:12:00
M-Systems USB Flash drive survey : M-Systems, the leading developer of USB flash drives, announced today the results of an independent survey on the usage of USB flash drives. The survey, commissioned by M-Systems and executed by Hall and Partners, a renowned research agency, is the first to reach out to the end-user and determine how they are using these versatile devices. The study revealed that 80 percent of respondents are using their USB flash drive for personal use, mainly for storing multimedia files such as music (62%), graphics (52%) and video (46%). Sixty-four percent of respondents who use USB flash drives for work stated that they use the device for transferring work-related files between work and home.


Lexar Media JumpDrive Lightning engraving

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-20 07:50:00
Lexar Media JumpDrive Lightning engraving : Lexar Media, a leader in advanced digital media and accessories, recently introduced Lexar Media JumpDrive Lightning, the latest addition to its vast line of USB flash drives. Lexar Media JumpDrive Lightning is a stylish portable storage device that features a striking stainless steel design. Coinciding with its introduction, all customers ordering Lexar JumpDrive Lightning from www.lexar.com will be offered free engraving. Said Bobby Billman, vice president of marketing, Lexar: "Lexar Media JumpDrive Lightning is our new flagship USB product, and it reflects our commitment to offering uniquely designed products geared toward every consumer's design sensibility."


Samsung SLC NAND Flash Memory technology

Mark Peters : 2005-04-13 13:00:00
Samsung SLC NAND Flash Memory technology : Witnessing growing interest in its Single Level Cell (SLC) based Flash solutions for industrial applications, Samsung Electronics, the leader in advanced semiconductor technology, is fortifying its relationships with major solid-state storage suppliers whose use of Samsung SLC technology has made Samsung the leading memory supplier across the industrial sector. Samsung's SLC NAND Flash technology provides enhanced performance and proven industrial-grade reliability for embedded and industrial applications. SLC NAND Flash memory is faster, higher performing, more power-efficient, and will last up to ten times as long as competing multi-level cell Flash memory.


Mitsubishi HDTVs with built-in 9-in-1 cardreaders

Mark Peters : 2005-04-11 23:55:00
Mitsubishi HDTVs with built-in 9-in-1 cardreaders : Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Inc. introduced two new Digital Cable Ready, high-definition LCD flat panel televisions at its national dealer line show today. The line-up is highlighted by a new 37-inch HDTV with true high-definition 1920 x 1080p panel resolution. Mitsubishi's LCD TVs include Plush imaging to deliver an unmatched perfect picture every time and ClearThought technology to make it easy to watch TV. The new 32-inch LT-3280 and 37-inch LT-3780 feature Mitsubishi's SuperBright continuous backlighting system. The high-density lamp system provides highly uniform corner-to-corner brightness and images that don't wash out regardless of room lighting conditions.


Hitachi 20GB Microdrive introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-04 17:40:19
Hitachi 20GB Microdrive introduction: Hitachi Global Storage Technologies unveils new advancements to a 100-year-old magnetic recording technology that will set the stage for ultra-high capacities such as a Hitachi 20GB Microdrive or a one terabyte 3.5-inch hard drive. Hitachi has demonstrated the industry's highest data density at 230 gigabits/Gb/in2 on perpendicular recording. Hitachi believes 230 Gb/in2, which represents a doubling of today's highest longitudinal recording densities, will be implemented in commercial hard drive products in 2007. When fully realized over the next 5-7 years, perpendicular recording could enable a 10-fold increase in data densities over longitudinal recording, paving the way for a 60Gb 1-inch drive.


Kingmax Platinum SD Card introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-04-01 04:00:21
Kingmax Platinum SD Card introduction : Kingmax Digital Inc., a leading global manufacturer and supplier of digital compact storage cards, has released the Kingmax Platinum SD Card, the latest addition to Kingmax's line of SD cards which made were released last year. With an average speed of 9MB per second (60X), the Kingmax Platinum SD Card has the world's fastest data transmission speed, and is sure to generate the buzz and interest that Kingmax's high-quality SD cards continually receive from the industry, media, and consumers. As with all Kingmax SD cards, the Kingmax Platinum SD Card is built with Kingmax Unique Proprietary PIP (Product In Package).






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