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Lexar 64GB and 128GB Class 10 SDXC cards

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on January 3rd, 2011

Professional video types will be happy to hear about Lexar Media’s two newest cards. The 64GB and 128GB Class 10 SDXC cards, which “offer minimum guaranteed speeds of 133x (20MB per second),” and ship with a limited lifetime warranty.

If all goes according to plan, and we can’t see why it wouldn’t, they will arrive later this quarter. The prices are $399.99 for 64GB and $699.99 for 128GB.

Lexar unveils 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cards

Posted in Lexar by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2009

Lexar unveils 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cardsLexar has announced two new memory cards that offer up some higher capacities for phone and camera users. First there’s the 16GB microSDHC card, which features 34nm technology and can hold up to 4,000 songs.

Next is the 32GB Platinum II SDHC card, which also uses 34 nm techology and can transfer data at up to 60X. Supposedly, it can write at 9MB/sec and will hold 12 hours of HD footage and can even be used for holding RAW files. Both are available now.

Lexar JumpDrives get some new twists

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Nino Marchetti on January 13th, 2009

Lexar JumpDrive TwistTurn

The memory products folks over at Lexar kicked out two new USB flash drives last week which feature some different design touches. One is the JumpDrive TwistTurn and the other is the JumpDrive Retrax. Both will be available in March 2009.

The JumpDrive Retrax USB flash drive features a capless design with a retractable mechanism that designed to protect the drive and its contents. The TwistTurn USB flash drive, meanwhile, features a capless design of its own, with a rotating case cap that attaches to a keychain or backpack.

New Lexar DDR3 memory literally lights up computers

Posted in Memory by Nino Marchetti on October 7th, 2008

Lexar Ballistix Tracer

Computer memory manufacturer Lexar Media is betting you might want to add a little extra something to those boring DDR3 memory modules – lights. The company announced today its Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333MHz) modules in 1GB and 2GB sizes.

The Ballistix Tracer modules come equipped with “activity-indicating Light-Emitting Diodes (LED).” They “are illuminated in a random pattern based on memory activity, highlighting the system memory and allowing users to visually see how intensely the memory is working.” Performance enthusiasts, case modders and do-it-yourself users are among those expected to take these up.

Lexar announces Shoot-n-Sync Wi-Fi SD card

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on September 19th, 2008

Lexar Shoot-n-Sync SD CardOne of the things I dislike most about taking pictures is having to remove the memory card form my camera each time and load it into my card reader. I could directly connect the camera via USB, but I tend to forget to turn it off after I transfer pics so the battery is dead when I want to use the camera next time.

Lexar has a new SD memory card called the Shoot-n-Sync that will automatically upload images to my computer when in range of my wireless network. If the card sounds a lot like the Eye-Fi we have talked about before, it’s because it uses Eye-fi technology.

Lexar announces new 16GB JumpDrive Secure II Plus

Posted in Lexar by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2008

Lexar JumpDrive Secure II PlusLike all other forms of storage for computers and other digital devices, flash drives are always growing in capacity. As files get larger and more people are carrying video and images with them on flash drives, manufacturers are enlarging the capacity of flash drives.

Last week Lexar announced a 16GB version of its FireFly flash drive. Today, Lexar announced a new 16GB JumpDrive Secure II Plus flash drive that doubles the capacity previously available. The drive features an external display to show how much storage is left on the drive at a glance.

Lexar FireFly jumps to 16GB storage size

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Nino Marchetti on August 22nd, 2008

Lexar Firefly

Lexar has gone and increased the storage capacity of its popular, and small, FireFly USB flash drive. You can now pick up a 16GB version for around $100.

The 16GB FireFly, like other FireFlies from Lexar, works both with PCs and Macs and is available in a red color. It is outfitted with a keychain hole for portability and features a protective cap and blue LED tail that blinks during data transfers. It also comes pre-loaded with a free 30-day trial of Dmailer V7 software, which enables you to backup and synchronize files, including Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express.



Lexar announces Jump Drive Solo Vault with FIPS validation

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on July 23rd, 2008

Lexar Jump drive Solo Vault with FIPSFlash drives can offer the business user or government employee a great way to carry needed documents and files with them on the go or to meetings at remote offices. The catch with a flash drive is that if it is lost and not encrypted the data on the drive can fall into the wrong hands.

Lexar introduced the latest flash drive in its line today called the JumpDrive Solo Vault with FIPS Validation. FIPS stands for Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 Level 1 security software is used on the drive without the need for centralized management.