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Lexar JumpDrive Expression USB flash drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-10 12:12:00
Lexar JumpDrive Expression USB flash drive : Lexar Media today announced the JumpDrive Expression range of stylish, high speed USB 2.0 flash memory drives that bring an element of fun and personality to portable storage needs. "Continuing in Lexar’s quest to provide consumer-driven product features and distinctive industrial design, JumpDrive Expression is the newest addition to Lexar’s complete line of USB flash drives," said Fraser MacDonald, Product Marketing Manager at Lexar. "JumpDrive Expression continues in this tradition, providing functionality well beyond storage with a creative twist appealing to those people who want a little more personality and distinct character in their JumpDrive product."


Lexar Platinum series flash memory cards

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-10 12:11:00
Lexar Platinum series flash memory cards : Lexar Media, a leader in advanced digital media technologies, today announced the company’s full line of Platinum Series flash memory cards. All cards in the Platinum Range are speed-rated at 40X, equivalent to a minimum sustained data read and write speed capability of 6MB per second, and provide consumers with superior performance. Available in recently updated, contemporary packaging designed to drive consumer interest at retail sales locations worldwide, Lexar’s Platinum Series now includes Memory Stick PRO and Secure Digital (SD) flash media formats as well as CompactFlash. Lexar’s Platinum Range of memory cards are now available.


Lexar JumpDrive Lightning USB flash drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-10 12:10:00
Lexar JumpDrive Lightning USB flash drive : Lexar Media, a leader in advanced digital media and accessories, announced the JumpDrive Lightning range. JumpDrive Lightning is unrivaled in terms of capacity, software functionality and design. With a distinctive stainless steel casing, JumpDrive Lightning is capable of impressive read/write speeds, the 2GB JumpDrive Lightning providing a speed rating of 120x (18MB/sec) minimum sustained write speed capability and 160x (24 MB/sec) minimum sustained read speed capability. It’s ideal for business professionals, power users and anyone looking for high performance storage, portability and the ability to save and carry large amounts of digital pictures, music or any other data files.


Micron ships 8Gb and 4Gb NAND flash memory

Dennis Hissink : 2005-09-10 12:00:00
Micron ships 8Gb and 4Gb NAND flash memory : Micron announced it is shipping 8 gigabit (Gb) and 4Gb qualified NAND Flash memory products. Micron’s high-density 8Gb and 4Gb NAND devices use a 3.3V power supply and are packaged in a standard 48-pin thin small outline package (TSOP) for easy integration into most existing designs. "Micron is committed to meeting customers’ solid state NAND memory requirements by offering competitive and quality solutions to enable next generation mobile applications,” said Bob Leibowitz, Micron’s NAND product marketing manager. “By leveraging our expertise in DRAM manufacturing, Micron is prepared to produce and deliver the high density devices customers demand for their mass storage requirements."


Pretec 4GB MMC Plus 266X extendable to 2TB

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-05 00:35:47
Pretec 4GB MMC Plus 266X extendable to 2TB : Pretec claims to be the 1st in the world to demonstrate MMC 4.0 card since 2004, and the 1st in the world to offer 4GB SD card since July 2005, has released 4GB MMC Plus 266X, the largest capacity MMC card today at IFA 2005 in Berlin. Theoretical maximum speed of today's popular MMC 3.x and SD 1.0 cards are 2.5MB/s and 12.5MB/s in SD's favor, however, theoretical maximum speed of advanced specifications call for much higher speed of MMC 4.x at 52MB/s vs. SD 1.1 at 25MB/s. Pretec 4GB MMC Plus 266X, with access speed up to 40MB/s, doubling the speed of recently announced Pretec 4GB SD card 133X. Pretec 4GB MMC Plus is available for $699, mass production is scheduled by Q4 of this year.


Fujifilm Memory Stick Duo Pro

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-09-03 03:50:00
Fujifilm Memory Stick Duo Pro : Fujifilm, already the market leader in memory cards for digital devices, has announced the introduction of the Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Duo Pro to its range. The additions complete Fujifilm’s media card offering, which now includes every format available on the market. The Memory Stick Duo is part of Fujifilm’s consumer range of memory cards, which also includes CompactFlash, MemoryStick, xD-Picture Card, MMCMobile, MiniSD and standard SD cards. The card can be used in a range of consumer devices, from digital cameras to the much-anticipated Sony PSP. The Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Duo Pro fall within Fujifilm’s range of memory cards for professional photographers.


Hitachi 3K8 Microdrive 8 Gigabyte

Mark Peters : 2005-09-02 19:02:09
Hitachi 6 and 8 Gigabyte 3K8 Microdrive : While the ultimate fashion accessory of recent popular culture is flashy jewelry - known by its street name "bling" - Hitachi Global Storage Technologies is today saying high-capacity, miniature hard drives are the new "bling" for their ubiquity and desirability among the consumer digerati. Hitachi's latest "bling" are the industry's smallest one-inch and lightest 1.8-inch hard drive, introduced in concept earlier this year under the monikers Hitachi Mikey and Slim. Hitachi anticipates these two hard drives will play key roles in the emergence of high-capacity smart phones, digital cameras, camcorders, multi-function audio/video players and other electronic handheld consumer devices.


SanDisk Cruzer Freedom USB flash drive

Dennis Hissink : 2005-08-24 09:00:00
SanDisk Cruzer Freedom USB flash drive : SanDisk introduced Cruzer Freedom USB Flash drive, a uniquely-designed device that lets students carry secure and legal Internet downloads of textbooks, novels, study aids, learning tools and other copyrighted content. Powered by a proprietary SanDisk technology called FlashCP (Flash Content Processor), this latest addition to the Cruzer family of flash drives is a "digital backpack" that can store educational materials as well as any personal content such as MP3 files, digital pictures or computer data files. Addressing a market of more than 65 million American students, SanDisk Cruzer Freedom will be available initially at U.S. Staples stores, starting in September.






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