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Lexar unveils 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cards

Posted in Lexar by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2009

Lexar unveils 16GB micro and 32GB SDHC cardsLexar has announced two new memory cards that offer up some higher capacities for phone and camera users. First there’s the 16GB microSDHC card, which features 34nm technology and can hold up to 4,000 songs.

Next is the 32GB Platinum II SDHC card, which also uses 34 nm techology and can transfer data at up to 60X. Supposedly, it can write at 9MB/sec and will hold 12 hours of HD footage and can even be used for holding RAW files. Both are available now.

Lexar announces new 16GB JumpDrive Secure II Plus

Posted in Lexar by Shane McGlaun on August 25th, 2008

Lexar JumpDrive Secure II PlusLike all other forms of storage for computers and other digital devices, flash drives are always growing in capacity. As files get larger and more people are carrying video and images with them on flash drives, manufacturers are enlarging the capacity of flash drives.

Last week Lexar announced a 16GB version of its FireFly flash drive. Today, Lexar announced a new 16GB JumpDrive Secure II Plus flash drive that doubles the capacity previously available. The drive features an external display to show how much storage is left on the drive at a glance.

Lexar Jumpdrive Secure II Plus With Capacity Meter

Posted in Flash Memory,Lexar by Darrin Olson on May 14th, 2007

Lexar Jumpdrive flash memory comes with a capacity meter to tell you when it’s fullThere have been a number of innovations with portable storage over the past couple of years with everything from vastly increasing capacities to more informative drives, and Lexar is continuing with the Lexar Jumpdrive Secure II Plus. The “Plus” is an additional capacity meter that lets your know how full your thumb drive is without having to connect it to a computer to check.

This flash drive comes in a number of capacities from 512MB up to 4GB, with and 8GB model coming soon. It works pretty much like any other USB flash media by connecting it to your PC via the USB port and transferring whatever data you would like onto it. The big difference being that on the Secure II Plus, you can see when you drive is getting full by …