A new concept of a ‘tear and share’ flash drive has been developed that works just like a tear off note advertisement often found on cork message boards. The paper encased USB flash drive fit anywhere you can put a credit card and are made to tear off and giveaway.
Sony unveils the WG-C10, a wireless server that can be used to access external storage devices. With it, you can wirelessly connect to a USB Flash drive, SD card, USB external HDD, etc. using a smartphone, tablet, or PC.
Lexar plans on rolling out their new high-performance data card sets as early as February 2013. Among these, is a microSD card that has a 90MB/sec maximum data transfer speed.
Fusion-io will soon be helping Facebook move over to flash-based technology to help speed up their data centers.
A company called SmartMetric Inc. has created a new type of device that stores your medical record data in a small keying. This storage device is unique in that it will give caregivers access immediately and that it is stored locally and not in some central database.
A new Compact Flash format, dubbed “XQD”, is in the pipework and will be available for licensing soon. The XQD claims to improve almost every aspect of media recording, primarily with faster write speeds, larger capacity, and flawless high definition video recording.
Silicon Power Computer & Communications Inc (Silicon Power) had just released its all in one USB 3.0 card reader. More details inside.
Supporting the latest CF UDMA, SDXC and SD UHS-I memory cards, the Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader is a compact card reader which delivers data transfer speeds up to 500 Mb/s over its USB 3.0 interface. Aimed at both professional and amateur photographers/ videographers, the reader has two slots (for card-to-card copying) with a