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Brando Wi-Fi microSD Adapter

Posted in Memory by Tam Yue on July 11th, 2014

Brando Wifi Microsd AdapterAll parents face this problem every year. You want to show off your kids playing their sports but your phone just can’t get the good pictures that you can get with your DSLR camera. It is such a pain to go home upload the pictures to your computer and then get them on your phone. Well, the guys are Brando have a solution to wirelessly transfer the pictures from your DSLR to your iOS or Android device.

The Brando Wi-Fi microSD Adapter is a great way to get high quality photos from your DSLR camera to your phone in order to show off those kids of yours, or anything else for that matter.  The adapter can be connected to up to 3 separate devices, so it’s not only you that gets the pictures uploaded to your phone, but also …

Delkin 64GB Elite633 SDXC Card Ships

Posted in Memory by Reuben Drake on June 30th, 2011

Delkin has started shipping the world’s fastest 64GB SDXC UHS-I memory card. The card is designed for streaming HD and 3D video applications and can record at speeds up to 45-megabytes per second and read at speeds up to 95-megabytes per second.

It can record up to 8-hours of high definition video or capture more than 17,000 photos in SDXC-enabled cameras or camcorders. The Delkin 64GB Elite633 SDXC card is available now for $539.99.

Eye-Fi Mobile X2 Memory Card

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on April 15th, 2011

The Eye-Fi Mobile X2 is an 8GB SDHC memory card for instant uploads anywhere. Just wirelessly connect the camera to a mobile device, like your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Owners of other Eye-Fi X2 cards will love Eye-Fi’s Direct Mode, which will arrive later this week, which allows the cards to establish a direct connection to a mobile device by creating their own Wi-Fi network.

When Direct Mode launches it will be accompanied by new Android and iOS apps that allow smartphones and tablets to receive files sent from an Eye-Fi X2 memory card. Direct Mode and the apps are free upgrades to every Eye-Fi X2 card. You can expect the Eye-Fi Mobile X2 on April 17th for $79.99.

Patriot Memory 16GB and 32GB LX Class 10 microSDHC Cards

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

We always need more memory and so Patriot Memory has just added two new storage capacities to its LX Class 10 microSDHC card line-up with the announcement of 16GB and 32GB models.

Both of these cards meet the SD Associations Class 10 specifications, and promise to deliver transfer speeds of at least 10MB/s. Right now, we just don’t have any word on pricing yet.

Transcend 8GB aXeRam Dual-channel DDR3 Memory Kit

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

Transcend has announced the 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit which contains two identically matched 4GB memory modules. These have super low voltage of just 1.6 Volts, making them ideal for hardcore gamers, overclockers and professional users alike.

The 8GB aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit has a clock frequency of 2000MHz and timings of 9-11-9-24. The kit retails for around $230.

Minimalist SD Card Reader

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2010

We’ve seen plenty of memory card readers, but some are better looking than others. The Elecom MR-C27 SD card reader has a pretty nice design, even if it is somewhat like a toaster. It features four SD card slots for your SD/microSD/miniSD cards.

Your cards won’t pop out like toast, but this will look good on your desk. It will cost you $48, but hey, it’s designed very well and looks great.

Toshiba’s new Wi-Fi enabled memory card sends pics to other cards, uploads to the web

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2010

Toshiba has a new SD card standard that integrates Wi-Fi with data storage. The “Standard Promotion Forum for Memory Cards Embedding Wireless LAN” has been founded by Toshiba and Singapore-based Trek 2000 International Ltd. The Eye-Fi has been around for a while, so this isn’t entirely new.

This card can connect with another one like it to exchange files, like over Bluetooth. They can also upload directly onto the web. The new card is compliant with the SD memory card standard, supports IEEE 802.11b/g and has an 8-gigabyte capacity.

Memory Stick reaches 32GB

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on July 13th, 2009

Memory Stick reaches 32GBIf you’re in the market for overpriced flash memory, Sony has the 32GB Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo. Good news for those who use “Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo”. Depending on cost of course. 32GB will cost you about $100 on SDHC.

Super-fast 20MB/second data transfer. Perfect for HD camcorders or if you are handling large volumes of images. Camcorder users can shoot in Full HD mode (1920 x 1080) for an impressive 225 minutes using a single 32GB Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX.

New Lexar DDR3 memory literally lights up computers

Posted in Memory by Nino Marchetti on October 7th, 2008

Lexar Ballistix Tracer

Computer memory manufacturer Lexar Media is betting you might want to add a little extra something to those boring DDR3 memory modules – lights. The company announced today its Crucial Ballistix Tracer PC3-10600 (DDR3-1333MHz) modules in 1GB and 2GB sizes.

The Ballistix Tracer modules come equipped with “activity-indicating Light-Emitting Diodes (LED).” They “are illuminated in a random pattern based on memory activity, highlighting the system memory and allowing users to visually see how intensely the memory is working.” Performance enthusiasts, case modders and do-it-yourself users are among those expected to take these up.

OCZ offers new high density 2GHz memory kit

Posted in Memory by Nino Marchetti on May 9th, 2008

OCZ DDR3 PC3-16000 Platinum Edition

OCZ Technology recently unveiled PC3-16000 4GB (2x2048MB) DDR3 kits for those needing high-performance memory. These join existing 2GB modules of similar design.

The OCZ DDR3 PC3-16000 Platinum Edition kits combine two 2GB modules for 4GB system density running at 9-9-9 latencies and a 2GHz data rate, according to OCZ. They reportedly achieve this at 1.9V.

Memristor eliminates the need for RAM

Posted in Memory by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2008

Memristor eliminates the need for RAM
Some Hewlett Packard scientists have come up with a new type of memory that is being hailed as a huge breakthrough. It’s a circuitry component called memristor, which allows data to be stored in circuitry even after the power is switched off. If all of the bugs can be worked out, the technology has massive potential. It could include benefits like computers that power up instantly, cell phones that go much longer without a charge and data loss in the case of power failures or battery death could be a thing of the past.

The memristor reside in the circuitry rather than be a separate memory module. That model allows PC builders to save valuable space. It could also lead to smaller systems that are much more powerful.

Kingston Ricky Martin microSD card feels disturbing

Posted in Memory by Nino Marchetti on April 1st, 2008

ricky-kingston.jpgKingston Technology is trying to connect with God knows which demographic by announcing today a microSD memory card preloaded with Ricky Martin material. You’ll find the Kingston 1GB microSD card with an accompanying USB reader kit available for around $11.

Now we really don’t have anything against Ricky Martin, but come on Kingston. This is a pretty lame promotion. If you must buy into it however you’ll find the 1GB microSD card loaded with Martin items like the tracks “Somos la Semilla,” “Tu Recuerdo,” concert images and a music video that opened his “Black & White” world tour.

Phase change memory from Numonyx within sight

Posted in Memory by Darrin Olson on March 31st, 2008

Numonyx Phase Change Memory (PCM) could be coming yet this yearAccording to an announcement by Numonyx CEO Brian Harrison, the company is expecting to have phase change memory (PCM) commercially available and start shipping this year. PCM is a new type of memory that would be in competition with Flash memory and has been in the works for decades but has yet to see commercialization.

Numonyx is a joint venture between STMicroelectronics and Intel and appears to be the first to announce a real-sounding time line for this type of memory. A number of companies have been working on phase change memory including an announcement from IBM in late 2006. Harrison says they are shipping samples now and will have the new memory widely commercially available in the next year or two.

CES 2008

SanDisk ups microSDHC capacity to 12GB

Posted in CES 2008,Memory,SanDisk by Nino Marchetti on January 8th, 2008

sandisk-12gbmicrosdhc.jpgSanDisk has announced from the CES floor it has begun to provide samples of a 12GB microSDHC memory card to phone manufacturers for testing and evaluation. This 12GB capacity marks what SanDisk says is the world’s largest for mobile phone storage.

A 12GB microSDHC card represents around a 50 percent boost in storage capacity over SanDisk’s current 8GB card. The card reportedly can hold, for example, a combination of 1,500 songs, 3,600 photos and 24.5 hours of video.

OCZ ReaperX HTC dissipates heat with new pipes

Posted in Memory by Reuben Drake on November 11th, 2007

OCZ ReaperX HPC heat pip conduit memoryOCZ has a new memory module designed to take on the latest in games and memory-intensive multimedia programs providing increased memory stability due to these relatively large, wicked looking pipes coming out of it to help dissipate heat. The company is calling it the ReaperX HPC (heat pipe conduit) and it comes in capacities of 2GB and 4GB.

This new design has the conduit touching each individual chip according to the company, unlike previous models of the Reapers which didn’t actually come in contact with the chips. When we see these types of memory modules we always have to wonder however, just how much of it is built for actual functionality and how much is for show. The ReaperX HTC is rated at DDR2-800 with 4-4-3 timings and have Enhanced Performance Profiles built-in which make them compatible with the latest generation of NVIDIA SLI chipsets.

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