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USB 3.0 memory card reader unveiled by Pretec

Posted in USB 3.0 by Shane McGlaun on June 1st, 2010

One of the things that I don’t like about my high capacity memory cards is moving a lot of pictures from them to my PC in bulk. I tend to just snap pics until the card is full. It can take a long time to transfer lots of GB of pics to the PC via USB.

Pretec has announced the world’s first USB 3.0 memory card reader called the P240. This super fast memory card reader has up to 5Gb/s of bandwidth. That makes it perfect for transferring lots of images and video to and from memory cards.

Pretec unveils i-Disk Tango 266x world’s fastest USB flash drive

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on October 14th, 2009

pretecflashdrive-4uWhen it comes to computers, flash drives and other gadgets and technology, we typically want the fastest gear we can get our hands on. Today Pretec announced what it claims to be the world’s fastest USB flash drive. The drive has read speed of 40MB/s and write speed of 30MB/s.

The theoretical max speed for USB 2.0 is 60MB/s. The drive is available in 8GB to 128GB making it the fastest and largest capacity drive in the world if you get the 128GB version. Inside the drive is MLC NAND flash storage to keep pricing down.

Pretec shows off 32GB SDXC card at PMA

Posted in Storage by Shane McGlaun on March 4th, 2009

Pretec 32GB SDXCFor a long time now digital cameras, phones and other devices have relied on SD cards for storage. The capacity of normal SD cards topped out at about 4GB and opened the door for SDHC cards with much more storage capacity. The SDHC card is now hitting its capacity limit opening the door for SDXC cards of the future.

The SDXC card can put as much as 2TB of storage inside a tiny card that looks like a SDHC card. The two formats are not compatible because SDXC uses exFAT file system compared to SDHC’s FAT32 file system. Pretec is showing off the first SDXC card at PMA in Vegas this week. The card has 32GB of storage space and has a read/write speed of 50MB/s. In the future read/write speeds will be as high as 300MB/s.

Here Comes Pretec’s miCARD

Posted in Flash Memory,miCARD by Chetz on June 7th, 2007

S-Diamond miCARD from PretecIt was just last week when the Multimedia Card Association introduced the miCARD format to the world. Designed to work with both USB and MMC slots the miCARD can hold up to 2 GB of info presently and the designers speculate the the technology’s upper-limit will be 2 terabytes. The idea is to cram more memory onto the same size of a unit and make it more functional for dual entry ports. Not too shabby for something so small, right?

Pretec is the first company out of the gate to announce its first miCARD series dubbed the S-Diamond. The models will range in storage capacity between 128 MB to 8 GB. No word on availability or prices as of yet.

Source: EverythingUSB