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Toshiba TransMemory USB Flash Drives

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 23:49:00
Toshiba TransMemory USB Flash Drives : Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc., and its parent, Toshiba Corporation, announced the forthcoming introduction of TransMemory USB Flash Drives that will bring U3 smart technology into the company's USB lineup. A corresponding line-up of Flash drive subassemblies for OEMs will be offered that can be easily customized by adding the outer shell. USB flash drives have won support for their combination of capacity, ease-of-use and portability. The U3 smart drive computing platform extends that versatility by supporting storage not only of data, but also of applications and personal computer settings, preferences, profiles and security features, as well as the means to manage them.


Pretec 8GB SD flash memory card

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-06 21:07:00
Pretec 8GB SD flash memory card : Pretec 8GB SD card is fully compliant with SD 2.0 (SDHC) specification with access speed up to 20MB/sec. The maximum capacity of SD card is 2GB under SD 1.1 of Secure Digital Alliance specification; however, by using file format of FAT32, many SD 1.1 host devices can use 4GB SD card which Pretec pioneered since 2005. SD 1.0/1.1 uses traditional "Byte Addressing" scheme which limits the maximum capacity to 4GB while SD 2.0 adopts "Sector Addressing" scheme which is the same with the technique applied by Mu-Card Alliance in 2004 to reach the maximum capacity of 2TB (2048GB). Pretec is one of the major founders and main contribution member of Mu-Card Alliance, who joined forces with MMCA in June 2005.


OnSpec xSil251 memory controller

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 23:08:00
OnSpec xSil251 memory controller : IntellaSys Corporation, developer of digital seminconductor solutions, today launched its new OnSpec xSil251 memory controller citing independent test results that conclude it to be faster than any other options for enabling memory data transfers for UDMA CompactFlash / Microdrive or IDE Hard Disk Drive via USB 2.0 interface. The xSil251 launch has been timed to meet the growing OEM demand for a speedy controller on two fronts, first to support new media such as CF Cards in both PIO 6 and UDMA 4 modes, and secondly to provide a low-cost, easy-to-use USB 2.0 option for controlling external IDE Hard Drives singly or two of them as one.


Ridata 150X Compact Flash card

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 22:11:00
Ridata 150X Compact Flash card : Advanced Media, Inc., manufacturer and marketer of the popular Ridata brand of recordable CD and DVD media, flash memory cards and USB flash drives, has introduced its latest offering to its growing Ridata brand lineup for photographers. Its new 150X Compact Flash card for SLR digital cameras and other electronic applications features exceptionally fast read and write, solid-state dependability, and up to 8GB capacity. The Type I Ridata 150X Compact Flash memory card is available in the following capacity sizes: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB. The Compact Flash Card is available now through selected retailers. It features popular pricing for all four capacities.


Attaché USB Flash drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 21:10:00
PNY Attaché USB Flash drive : PNY Technologies, Inc. announced today that its Attaché USB 2.0 Flash Drives and SD Flash Media Cards are available in multi-packs from leading retailers. The 2-and-3-unit multi-packs offer consumers a special value on their purchases. Multi-packs are available for both devices in 512MB and 1GB capacities. "PNY is pleased to introduce this innovative packaging design into the retail channel to meet consumer need for high performance, dependable storage solutions at a multi-pack value,” said Tony Gomez, vice president of sales and marketing for PNY Technologies. "Our new multi-pack offerings provide consumers with the freedom and convenience of keeping one unit and sharing the other(s).


Olympus 2GB xD-Picture card

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 20:09:00
High-Capacity 2 GB compact memory media : Olympus Imaging America Inc. proudly introduces the new 2 GB Type M-Series xD-Picture Card, called the M2 GB, an advanced ultra-compact memory media designed for digital cameras. The M2 GB has the greatest storage capacity in the xD-Picture Card series and is scheduled to go on sale in August 2006. Greater storage capacity enables users to capture more Quick Time Video and high-resolution sports, underwater and travel photos all on one card for a longer period of time between downloads to a computer or printer. This is a great advantage for travelers who can't easily edit or print photos while on the road, and want to capture as many memories as possible.


Fujifilm 2GB xD-Picture Card

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 15:37:00
Fujifilm 2GB xD-Picture Card : Digital photographers of all levels - amateur and professional alike - will be pleased to learn of the availability of a new 2GB xD-Picture Card from Fuji Photo Film USA, Inc. Digital photographers are taking more photos and they are doing so with cameras of higher resolutions. Fujifilm has responded to this influx of high-resolution pictures by providing a media card that doubles the memory capacity of the current 1GB product. The new 2GB xD-Picture Card provides the storage space necessary to keep these photos until they are printed and shared. Like the 1GB xD-Picture Card, the 2GB version is lightweight and compact-one of the smallest media cards available.


mSystems x4 Nand Flash technology

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 14:08:00
mSystems x4 Nand Flash technology : mSystems, a leader in smart personal storage, announced that its x4 NAND flash technology was recognized as the "Most Innovative Flash Memory Technology" of 2006 by a panel of industry experts at the Flash Memory Summit. "We received such a significant number of quality entries covering a wide range of flash memory technologies that our judges had a hard time selecting just one winner," said Jay Kramer, conference chairperson and head of the judging panel for the Best of Flash Memory Summit Awards. "The x4 NAND flash technology from mSystems is truly a groundbreaking flash memory solution that exemplifies the most innovative technology at this Flash Memory Summit."






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