VLI's NAND Flash controller has been long time coming and the company has finally announced the VL751 today. It's an affordable single-chip NAND Flash controller for USB 3.0 Flash drives. Not only should it allow for more affordable USB 3.0 Flash drives, but we should also see improved performance compared to many solutions currently in
Remember the news we posted some time back about Samsung planning to release a slew of new Class10 SDHC cards for consumers, except that no official release date was given for the launch? Well, it seemed that the Korean electronics giant has gone ahead and released the aforementioned cards quietly into the market, for word
The major computer memory technology today is SDRAM in various shapes or forms, but there have been talks about various solutions set to replace the aging memory type with faster and more power efficient options with vastly improved performance. Well, Hynix and Toshiba has announced that the two are teaming up to develop Spin-Transfer Torque
Samsung has released a Class 10 microSD card which boasts a whooping capacity of 32GB. More details inside.
During Computex we took the opportunity to talk to ASMedia, a local Taiwanese company that is known for its USB 3.0 host controllers, but makes so much more. So don’t be afraid, click on through for a visit to the world of USB 3.0, SATA 6Gbps and much more.
Singapore based flash memory manufacturer Strontium were exhibiting their products at Computex Taipei 2011. More after the break!
Kingston has just released its fastest and largest microSDHC card to date: The 32GB Class 10 microSDHC packs 10MB/s read and write speeds, backed by Kingston's lifetime warranty.
Texas Memory Systems (TMS) has introduced its new PCIe SSD RamSan-70 which uses Toshiba's latest 32nm SLC Flash. Read on.
Available in 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb variants, these ultra-durable flash devices deliver data transfer rates "four times faster than typical USB 2.0 drives" over an USB 3.0 interface. They are shock resistant and water-proof, making them ideal partners for working in rugged environments. The Flash Voyager USB 3.0 flash drives, covered by a 10 year
Available in 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb, the Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX memory cards from Sony have a maximum transfer rate of up to 50 Mb/s – the fastest in the world.
Kingston Digital, independent world leader in memory products, takes mobility a step further with the launch of its DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G2 flash drives.
Taipei-based Team Group Inc. has expanded its line-up of portable flash storage solutions with the addition of the SR1 and SR3 flash drives, Measuring 67 x 22 x 13mm, the stylish drives are shaped like sports cars and feature a USB 3.0 (SR1) or USB 2.0 (SR3) connector. The SR1 series, available in capacities of
PQI has unveiled the Traveling Disk U281V, expanding its portfolio of flash drives. Measuring 70.5 x 18.4 x 8.6mm and weighing 9.5g, the compact storage device features a USB 3.0 interface and offers data transfer speeds up to 70 Mb/s (read) and 30 Mb/s (Write). Available in 8Gb, 16Gb, 32Gb, and 64Gb capacities, the Traveling
PQI, one of the world's largest storage and memory device manufacturers, has launched the Intelligent Drive U819V. Measuring 31.5 x 14.8 x 7.3mm and weighing 3.6g, the tiny flash drive features a USB 3.0 interface and is touted to be the "world's smallest USB 3.0 traveling disk". Available in 4Gb, 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb capacities,
The idea of 'if it ain't broke, don't fix/change it' may sound great for users who do not take very kindly to the idea of junking away working electronic devices just because they are obsolete by today's standards, especially when one takes into consideration the amount of electronic waste produced today. And with smartphones being
If you've ever seen a picture of an opened SSD or the inside of an SD card, you'll have noticed that the NAND Flash chips used are of the TSOP (Thin Small-Outline Package) variety, i.e. an oblong chip with small pins of the short ends. TSOP is a fairly standard packaging for a wide
Silicon Power, leading manufacturer of flash memory cards, USB flash drives, card readers, DRAM modules, SSDs, and portable HDDs, has unveiled the Blaze B10, the world's first chameleon USB flash drive. Measuring 72.4 x 17.4 x 10.0mm and weighing a mere 9.5g, the ultra-light drive boasts a USB 3.0 interface, a unique color changing coating
Verbatim has expanded its series of flash devices with the announcement of the USB 3.0 Store 'n' Go flash drives. Available in 16Gb, 32Gb, and 64Gb storage capacities, they feature a USB 3.0 interface, capless (push and pull) design, and deliever data transfer rates up to 120Mb/s (read) and 70Mb/s (write) on USB 3.0 PCs.
Ah, the joys of healthy competition in the market. Last week 20nm NAND Flash was cutting edge and now it's so, well, uhm, last week. Both SanDisk and Toshiba have separately announced that they'll be offering retail 19nm NAND Flash memory later this year. Reading the press releases it appears to be the same tech,
Sony Electronics Asia Pacific has announced their new Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX that boasts high speed data transfers of up to 50MB/s. which is ideal for users who want to capture full high definition or 3D videos. The Memory Stick will be available by end of April.