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Lexar 32GB SDHC memory card

Mark Peters : 2009-07-06 13:54:09
Lexar Media 32GB Secure Digital High-Capacity memory card : Lexar Media Announces new flash memory cards using Micron's new high-capacity 34nm NAND technology. Micron Technology announced mass production of new NAND flash memory products using its award-winning 34-nanometer (nm) process technology. Micron’s new 16- and 32-gigabit (Gb) NAND chips pair incredible capacity with performance, providing a compelling solution for today’s demanding portable storage requirements that are tailored to end-customer product dimensions.


SanDisk 32GB SDHC

Mark Peters : 2009-07-03 13:30:00
SanDisk 32GB SDHC card : SanDisk manufacturer of flash memory cards for consumer electronics introduced the fastest 32GB SDHC memory card on the commercial market. The 32GB SanDisk Extreme SDHC memory card at up to 30 megabytes per second read and write speeds combines industry-leading performance with massive storage capacity, helping digital photography enthusiasts utilize the advanced features of today’s DSLR cameras. The SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB cards will be shipping worldwide to major retailers and shops in August. The current 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacity SanDisk Extreme SDHC flash memory cards will be upgraded from Class 6 to Class 10.


128GB USB drive

Ilse Jurriën : 2009-06-16 18:20:00
Kingston DataTraveler 200 USB flash drive : Kingston Technology announce the release of the DataTraveler 200 (DT200), the world’s first 128GB USB Flash drive. The large capacity along with password protection gives users the flexibility to carry critical data with them at all times in a very small form factor. The Kingston DataTraveler 200 features a capless design to protect the USB connector when not in use and is enhanced for Windows ReadyBoost. It is available in 32-, 64- and 128GB capacities. The 128GB drive is build-to-order only. Customers who wish to purchase it can place an order through normal channels (e.g., e-tailers or resellers). The Kingston DT200 is backed by a five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support.


Netbook memory cards

Mark Peters : 2009-06-06 23:40:00
SanDisk Netbook memory cards : SanDisk announced the Netbook SDHC removable flash memory card, offering consumers an easy and affordable way to increase netbook storage capacity. Consumers can insert the Netbook SDHC card into a netbook’s card slot to add capacity instantly. This news expands upon the previously announced next-generation SanDisk pSSD products, which serve as drop-in replacements for hard disk drives in netbooks. The SanDisk Netbook card gives consumers the ability to increase the netbook’s storage capacity by 8 or 16GB, doubling the storage space offered in most solid-state drive powered netbook models. The card resides within the netbook, which decreases the risk of it being damaged while the netbook is moved.


Pretec 100GB CompactFlash card

Mark Peters : 2009-03-07 00:16:00
Pretec 100GB CompactFlash type 2 memory card at PMA 2009 : Pretec, known to always be around at every consumer electronics show, brought a collection of obscure memory cards along, among which is a 100GB CompactFlash type II memory card. It so happened that I use a Nikon D3x digital SLR during photographing at the PMA 2009 in Las Vegas, and I was very curious to see if this 100GB CF working sample would function well in Nikon's flagship. Formatting was not the problem; however, the Nikon D3x camera doesn't like it at all. On its display, everything that is not supposed to blink, is blinking and I decide that this card will have to go without the D3x.


SDXC memory

Dennis Hissink : 2009-02-23 00:19:00
SDXC flash memory cards : At the 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress, we spoke to Akihiro Kasahara, Senior Fellow Business Development Office Corporate Research & Development Center of Toshiba, about the new memory card which is expected this year; the SDXC. During the CES show at the beginning of this year, the specifications of the new platform based on Secure Digital (SD) were released. Current SD memory cards have a maximum storage capacity of 2GB, followed by the SDHC cards which start from 4GB up to a maximum capacity of 32GB. The current SDHC memory card generation is divided by FAT32 which provides a maximum storage capacity of 32GB. To surpass this capacity, a different FAT division is required.


Kingston 32GB CF memory card

Mark Peters : 2009-02-09 21:42:49
Kingston 32GB Compact flash memory card : Larger Storage Space Perfect for Continuous High-Resolution Image Capture. Kingston Digital, the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company announced it is increasing the capacity of its CompactFlash Elite Pro Flash memory cards to 32GB. Shipping immediately, the new 32GB CF memory cards offer larger capacity and fast data transfer rates to allow amateur and professional photographers to maximize the performance of their high-end digital cameras. Kingston’s CompactFlash Elite Pro memory cards have a suggested price of $154.00 (MSRP U.S.) and are backed by a lifetime warranty and 24/7 live technical support.


Extended high capacity memory cards

Mark Peters : 2009-01-18 11:30:00
Extended high capacity memory cards : SanDisk Corporation and Sony Corporation announced the joint development of two expanded formats that will shape the flash memory landscape for years to come. “Memory Stick format for Extended High Capacity (Tentative name)” expands the “Memory Stick PRO” format series to achieve a maximum storage capacity of 2-terabytes (TB), while the “Memory Stick HG Micro” format enables a maximum data-transfer speed of 60 megabytes per second (MB/s), making it one of the fastest-smallest memory card formats to date. Format licensing corresponding to the “Memory Stick format for Extended High Capacity” and the “Memory Stick HG Micro” is scheduled to start in 2009.






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