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Kingmax Waterproof 64GB SDXC Memory Card

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2011

Kingmax has just unveiled their latest SDXC memory card, which is waterproof and dustproof. So you will be good to go in the rain or in a dusty cave somewhere. This SDXC card comes in a 64GB capacity and baosts a Class 10 rating, built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) and it also has an exFAT file structure.

As far as performance, the card will deliver read and write speeds of up to 65MB/s and 40MB/s, respectively. Sounds great, but right now we have no info on pricing and a release date yet. Hopefully we will know soon.

Eye-Fi Mobile X2 Memory Card

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2011

The Eye-Fi Mobile X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card for instant uploads anywhere. Just wirelessly connect the camera to a mobile device, like your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Owners of other Eye-Fi X2 cards will love Eye-Fi’s Direct Mode, which will arrive later this week, which allows the cards to establish a direct connection to a mobile device by creating their own Wi-Fi network.

When Direct Mode launches it will be accompanied by new Android and iOS apps that allow smartphones and tablets to receive files sent from an Eye-Fi X2 memory card. Direct Mode and the apps are free upgrades to every Eye-Fi X2 card. You can expect the Eye-Fi Mobile X2 on April 17th for $79.99.

Delkin 633x Ultrafast SDHC Memory Cards

Posted in Storage by Conner Flynn on April 10th, 2011

Delkin has launched their latest and fastest SD memory card, boasting transfer speeds up to 95MB/s read, 80MB/s write and a 633X speed rating that more than triples previous Class 10 capabilities. Those are some amazing specs. It may be so fast that it flies out of your device.

The new Elite 633X UHS-I SDHC memory card from Delkin uses the Secure Digital Association’s “Ultra High Speed” (UHS-I) specification, which allows bus-interface speeds of up to 104 Megabytes per second and it has full backwards compatibility among SDHC and SDXC host devices.

Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 records HD shows to SDXC memory card

Posted in Panasonic by Conner Flynn on December 18th, 2010

The Panasonic VIERA TH L42G3 is a 42-inch HDTV with an IPS LED-backlit full HD display and an SDXC memory card reader. This allows you to record HD television shows directly to the card for later playback. SDXC cards support up to 64 GB in capacity and will give you 5 hours of full HD content.

But that’s not all. You can also connect an external hard drive into the USB port to record more content. Of course what you record can only be viewed on the VIERA set, which is sad. You also get an Ethernet port, two HDMI ports, VIERA LINK, and DLNA support.

Toshiba’s new Wi-Fi enabled memory card sends pics to other cards, uploads to the web

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2010

Toshiba has a new SD card standard that integrates Wi-Fi with data storage. The “Standard Promotion Forum for Memory Cards Embedding Wireless LAN” has been founded by Toshiba and Singapore-based Trek 2000 International Ltd. The Eye-Fi has been around for a while, so this isn’t entirely new.

This card can connect with another one like it to exchange files, like over Bluetooth. They can also upload directly onto the web. The new card is compliant with the SD memory card standard, supports IEEE 802.11b/g and has an 8-gigabyte capacity.

Kingston 64GB SDXC UHS-1 class 10 memory card debuts

Posted in Kingston by Shane McGlaun on June 2nd, 2010

With Computex in full swing we are starting to see some new product get unveiled at the show. Kingston has announced some new stuff already this week and the company has now announced that it will be launching a new 64GB SDXC card.

The new card is called the 64GB SDXC UHS-1 Class 10 memory card. That is a long winded way of saying that the card is very fast and has ton of storage space. It is compliant with the SDA Memory Card Standard Version 3.01 and Ultra-High Speed Bus 1 architecture.

Sony unveils 8GB Memory Stick with Transfer Jet

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on January 20th, 2010

Sony unveiled its Transfer Jet technology at CES. The tech promises to let users send images and video wirelessly between cameras, computers, and TVs at speeds over 500Mbps. Sony has announced its first memory card sporting the tech and it is up for pre-order.

The memory card is called the 8GB Memory Stick with Transfer Jet. The memory card reminds me a lot of the Eye-Fi SD cards that have been around for a while. The main difference is the Sony Transfer Jet tech doesn’t upload to photo and video sharing sites automatically.


Nyko Media Hub+ for PS3

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2008

Nyko Media Hub+ for PS3So you were cheap and went with that PS3 with the 40 GB hard drive. Problem is now you’re wishing for more USB ports. Your salvation has arrived my thrifty friend. Nyko’s latest release, the Media Hub+, expands the console’s options and features three extra USB ports and a multiple memory card reader. This way you’ll be able to charge up an extra DualShock or SIXAXIS controller or two while fragging enemies. The price is a cheapskate friendly $19.99.

SanDisk launches first premium memory card for mobile phones

Posted in SanDisk by Shane McGlaun on May 20th, 2008

SanDisk Mobile UltraI am not entirely sure that my mobile phone needs “premium” memory cards. I can see the value of having more storage space for music, videos and images but there come s appoint when a bit more speed doesn’t really help. And in this case it seems premium just means an included USB adapter.

SanDisk announced a new line of mobile memory cards today that it calls the industry’s first premium memory cards. The line is complete and has flavors for many different brands of mobile phones. Available memory cards include Mobile Ultra microSD/SDHC and Ultra M2 cards.