Tokyo-based Green House has unveiled the PicoDrive F3 flash drive series. Measuring 73.2 x 19.75 x 9mm and weighing 13.5g, they sport a USB 3.0 interface and deliver data transfer rates up to 120 Mb/s (read) and 80 Mb/s (write).
Patriot Memory, manufacturer of multiple high performance memory modules and flash devices, has launched its LX PRO series SDHC cards. Available in 16Gb and 32Gb variants, these professional-grade Class 10 SDHC cards support data transfer speeds up to 20Mb/s, outperforming all SDHC Class 10 cards in the market today. They are expected to hit store
Tokyo-based Green House has announced the 64Gb PicoDrive N, adding on to its PicoDrive N family of flash drives.
With tablet PCs fast gaining acceptance among consumers as the mobile computer of choice for media consumption, what does one think netbook OEMs should do to restore the competitiveness of a product that appears to be fast approaching its 'use by' date? Well, ASUS apparently thinks that the answer is rather straightforward: make them cheaper.
Any you planning to indulge in any high-cost, IT-related purchases such as television sets, smartphones and PCs any time soon? If so, be prepared to fork out more cash for that product which you have had your eye on for the longest time: the components needed for the assembly of such devices are reportedly in
We may have spoken about a few thumbdrives that feature designs inspiration by the coloured toy construction bricks known as Lego, but it does not change the fact that none of the aforementioned devices are officially recognized by the Lego Group. However, that is all set to change with the introduction of an 'official' Lego
Mach Xtreme Technology has expanded its FX USB3.0 flash drive line-up with the addition of a 128Gb (MXUB3MFX-128G) variant. Measuring 78 x 27 x 9.3mm and weighing 39g, the compact flash drive delivers data transfer speeds up to 130Mb/s (read) and 90Mb/s (write). Mach Xtreme has also obtained Asus's USB 3.0 certification for its MX-FX
Transcend Information, Inc. has expanded its line-up of USB flash drives with the addition of the JetFlash 560. Measuring 45.2 x 23 x 8.5mm and weighing 7g, the classy flash drive features a retractable USB 2.0 connector and supports data transfer speeds up to 18Mb/s (read) and 10Mb/s (write). The JetFlash 560, covered by a
Wouldn't it be nice if our thumbdrives could be made disposable like sheets of paper on a notepad so that users don't have to keep hunting for their tiny flash storage devices that always seems to have a knack for mysteriously disappearing ? Well, it appears that a design company known as Art Lebedev Studio has
Super Talent Technology has launched the DataGuardian, an affordable secure flash drive for the mainstream users. Available in 4Gb, 8Gb and 16Gb variants, these USB 2.0 compact flash drives boast a password system and are able to block auto-play malware attacks.
With rated speeds of up to 195MB/sec read and 160MB/sec write, the Kingston HyperX MAX 3.0 is one of the fastest 2.5" external USB 3.0 storage devices around. Is it hardy enough to entice mobile road warriors and fast enough for speed demons?
Active Media Products, manufacturer of SSDs, DOMS, and innovative USB drives, has unveiled the capless Flip USB flash drive. Measuring 46 x 13 x 8mm, the tiny device has a USB 2.0 interface, NAND flash memory chip, and comes in 4GB and 8GB capacities. Available in fire orange or white colors, the Flip can be
Sharkoon has announced the Flexi-Drive Accelerate Duo series of affordable USB 3.0 flash drives, aimed at mainstream users. Measuring 72 x 19 x 8mm and weighing about 16g, these ultra-portable aluminum flash drives are available in 32GB and 64GB variants.
C101 Taiwan-based Team Group Inc has released a trio of new USB 3.0 flash drives (C101, Color Turn & F108), adding on to its extensive line of USB flash-based storage devices. The flash drives are covered by lifetime warranty and are expected to hit store shelves soon.
EMTEC, manufacturer of consumer data storage products and other computer related consumables based in France, has released the S100 series of flash drives.
Mach Xtreme Technology Inc. is readying its MX-GX USB 3.0 series of flash drives for release. Measuring 90 x 18.5 x 8mm and weighing 25g, the slim aluminum flash drive features quad-channel single-chip technology, USB 3.0 connectivity, and data transfer rates up to 85MB/s read and 45MB/s write. The MX-GX will be available in capacities
Flash memory is so common nowadays that everybody takes it for granted, right? Not if SanDisk has got anything to say about it: VR-Zone heads down to The Vault at the Hotel InterContinental to see just how SanDisk has succeeded in making existing ‘taken for granted’ technology even more indispensible to our way of life
LaCie has collaborated with Christofle, a famous French manufacturer of fine silver flatware and home accessories, to launch the Galet, a stylish hand-made pebble shaped 4Gb USB 2.0 flash drive encased in shiny silver. The Galet can be purchased from LaCie’s online store/ any Christofle boutique at a MSRP of US$130.