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Sony Micro Vault Tiny

Dennis Hissink : 2006-07-05 09:30:42
Sony Micro Vault Tiny : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy (RME) division has announced its smallest class USB drive yet, The Sony Micro Vault Tiny, part of the Sony Micro Vault family line-up. The Sony Micro Vault Tiny USB drive is compact and light, making it ideal for travelling, and offers storage capacity ranging from 256MB to 2GB. The Sony Tiny USB drive, wafer thin at only 2.4mm and weighing just 1.5g, plugs directly into a USB compatible interface and is capable of storing a variety of file formats, from word documents to photos, music files and videos. For easy identification of the different capacity devices, Sony Micro Vault Tiny USB drive comes in four vibrant colours, adding a touch of fun.


Transcend JetFlash 210 Fingerprint USB Flash Drive

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-07-03 23:30:31
Transcend JetFlash 210 Fingerprint USB Flash Drive : JetFlash 210 with fingerprint scanner. JetFlash 210 thundered into Computex 2006 and swiped the Best of PC Professionell Test Labs award from the renowned Live-Test center. Swipe your finger to access or protect your data. Protect your personal e-documents with the fingerprints of up to ten trusted members. Alternatively, use the public drive to share MP3s, photos, and movies. As a nice touch, there is even a circular lens with inscribed capacities (either 1GB or 2GB) that glows during use. We have passwords for personal data, banking, email, websites (each requiring their own login), personal computers, systems at work and just about anything that you can put a lock on.


Samsung 2GB OneNAND flash memory

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-29 23:33:42
Samsung 2GB OneNAND flash memory : Samsung Electronics announced today that it has successfully developed a faster and higher capacity version of the world's fastest memory chip - OneNAND - while applying 60nm technology to the chip's production process for greater manufacturing efficiency. The new 2GB OneNAND chip doubles the capacity of a OneNAND memory device (from 1GB) and increases the chip's 'write' speed from 9.3MByte to 17MByte per second. "We're seeing a rapidly widening market for our OneNAND memory because of its outstanding performance and capacity that has become even more noteworthy with the application of 60 nm technology," said Don Barnetson, Director, Flash Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor.


Pretec BulletProof USB flash drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-27 22:44:52
Pretec BulletProof USB flash drive now shipping : Pretec Electronics Corp., the world's 1st to offer ruggedized ATA flash card since 1998 and ruggedized CompactFlash card (CF) since 2001 has started shipping a new ruggedized USB flash drive, i-Disk BulletProof, which is not only waterproof and fireproof, but also bulletproof. i-Disk BulletProof is being demonstrated today at Computex 2006 (Hall 4, Booth T202B) in Taipei. Capacities ranging from 32MB to 2GB, PRETEC i-Disk BulletProof is constructed with double layers of sealed protective metal, capable of preventing circuit damage from water, fire, and even shielding the heavy impact of a bullet, making i-Disk BulletProof the most rugged USB flash drive in the world.


New SD flash memory card launched by Panasonic

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-11 15:07:00
New SD flash memory card launched by Panasonic : Panasonic is pleased to announce today that it will launch a new SD Memory Card lineup compliant with the Class 2 SD Speed Class specification designated by the SD Card Association. Sales of the new lineup are scheduled to begin in August 2006. The SD Speed Class specifications were established to standardize data transfer speeds (Class 2, Class 4, and Class 6, with guaranteed increases in speed from one class to the next), instead of relying on the different standards of individual manufacturers. Today’s digital devices increasingly demand stable recording of streaming data such as MPEG2 video, and the SD Memory Card has already been adopted by a wide range of such devices.


Crime Scene Investigation Game on SanDisk USB Cruzer

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-11 15:05:00
Crime Scene Investigation Game on SanDisk USB Cruzer : SanDisk Corporation today announced that its Cruzer Crossfire USB flash drive for gaming has been seamlessly integrated into Ubisoft’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3 Dimensions of Murder video game for the PC. Players of CSI: 3 Dimensions of Murder use the Cruzer Crossfire as the primary detection and collection tool for digital evidence, including e-mails and computer files. This unique integration of a flash drive with a video game simulates the technology used by real forensic investigators. Ubisoft’s video game challenges players to solve murder mysteries by piecing together bits of evidence, such as a bloody shoe, a strand of hair and a hotel room key.


4GB High Capacity SD Memory Card from Panasonic

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-11 13:52:00
4GB SD High Capacity Memory Card from Panasonic : Panasonic is pleased to announce today that it will launch a 4GB SDHC (SD High-Capacity) Memory Card based on the new SD Specification Version 2.00. This latest specification was established to meet the growing demand for HD (High Definition) video and high-resolution image recording now used in many SD-enabled devices. Sales of the memory card worldwide are scheduled to begin in August. The SD Memory Card has already been adopted by a wide range of digital devices, including digital still cameras, video cameras, audio players and others. Today, there is a growing need for cards with expanded capacity to handle the recording of higher quality images as well as larger volumes of data.


Kingston 8GB CompactFlash Elite Pro card

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-07 17:05:00
Kingston 8GB CompactFlash Elite Pro card : Kingston Technology announced it is expanding its line of CompactFlash Elite Pro cards with the addition of a new 8GB card. The card is an ideal storage choice for studio, catalog and portrait photographers who need to produce large files for catalog reproduction and other commercial purposes. The addition of the 8GB CompactFlash Elite Pro card completes one of the most comprehensive lines of Flash memory card solutions in the industry - including 512 MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB CompactFlash cards. Kingston’s Elite Pro line meets the increased demands of today’s professional photographers by delivering reliability, dependability and providing a memory solution to suit their specific capacity needs.






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