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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.

Seven-inch iPad to have Retina Display, 128GB of memory?

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on October 7th, 2010

According to Taiwanese component suppliers contacted by Brian White of Ticonderoga Securities, Apple is not only working on a 7-inch iPad, but one that should have a camera, Retina Display and up to 128GB of storage. Current iPads are limited to 64GB of memory. The analyst was also told that the new device should launch in the first quarter of 2011, and have a “micro or mini” USB port.

The current iPad does support USB peripherals, but only through its 30-pin dock connector, which limits people to one add-on at a time. AppleInsider notes that the port may reflect the European Union’s establishment of micro USB as a standard for mobile charging.

Blu-ray drive with built-in memory

Posted in Blu-ray by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2010

Blu-ray players normally just play Blu-ray discs, but Hitachi see them doing more. That’s why they decided to integrate a 32GB solid-state drive as well.

Hitachi is calling it the “Hy Drive,”. The idea is that the operating system and critical software components could be installed into the SSD, leaving your platter hard drive free for everything else. It could improve overall system performance. Hitachi launches the new drives in August.

SanDisk unveils G4 and P4 solid state drives

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

If you are looking for some SSD action for your computer, SanDisk is here to tempt you with its latest offerings. The company has announced its fourth-generation SSD lineup, which consists of the laptop-sized SSD G4 and the smaller SSD P4.

The former will be available in up to 256GB capacities with 220MB / sec read speeds and 160MB / sec writes. The latter will range in size from 8GB to 128GB. Expect both to enter the OEM market in Q3 2010. Sweet!

Mac Minis get faster processors, more memory, dual-HDD server

Posted in Mac by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2009

Mac Minis get faster processors, more memory, dual-HDD serverApple’s Mac mini server gets rid of an optical drive and gains room for two hard disks. It uses Snow Leopard Server, and has the same 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo processor as the updated 320GB Mac mini.

For $1000 it includes two 500GB hard disks, 4GB of RAM, and GeForce 9400M graphics. The 320GB Mac mini will stay at $800, but has the already mentioned new processor, and ups 2GB of memory to 4GB. The $600 entry-level Mac mini has a faster 2.26GHz processor (was 2GHz), 2GB RAM (was 1GB), and has 160GB of storage (was 120GB).

Buffalo’s Turbo USB memory card reader

Posted in Buffalo by Conner Flynn on March 2nd, 2009

Buffalo’s Turbo USB memory card readerHere’s a new USB memory card reader from Buffalo that looks nice and offers a faster transfer rate.

The BSCRA49U2 Turbo USB memory Card reader is a 49 in 1 card reader that offers UDMA 8bit High-Speed transfer rate. Pricing and other specs are still unknown, but it obviously comes in four colors.

Sandisk ImageMate memory card readers

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2009

Sandisk ImageMate memory card readersThe Sandisk ImageMate All-In-One and ImageMate Multi-Card are now available in North America. The card readers can transfer 1-gigabyte of data in less than 35 seconds and are priced at $29.99 and $19.99.

The ImageMate All-in-One reader supports SD, SDHC, miniSDHC, microSDHC, MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro Duo, xD and CompactFlash. The reader’s top speed is 34 MB/s with a SanDisk Extreme iV 45 MB/s CompactFlash card. The ImageMate Multi-Card reader supports xD, Memory Stick, SD, SDHC, and MMC and is capable of up to 30MB/s read and 27 MB/s write data transfer rates when using a SanDisk Extreme III 30MB/s Edition SDHC card.

Alarm clock forces you to play a game of Simon in the morning

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on February 6th, 2009

Alarm clock forces you to play a game of Simon in the morningWant to wake up in the morning only to have your brain trained with a retro memory game? Here’s the ticket. This alarm clock will not shut up until you play a version of the vintage game and get it right.

If you correctly remember the sequence of lights and press the buttons on the clock in the correct order, you can earn some peace and quiet, then either get out of bed or go back to sleep. On the other hand, you can always smash it to bits. I don’t see any info on price or availability.

Sony Rolly gets Bluetooth, more memory

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on October 28th, 2008

Sony Rolly gets Bluetooth, more memoryThe rolling egg that fancies itself a robot is back, with an update in the form of the Rolly SEP-50BT. Compared to its predecessor the Rolly SEP-10BT, this new dancing fool has double the memory at 2GB along with Bluetooth. Which means that it can now be controlled from a cellphone, PC etc. It comes bundled with ‘Rolly Remote’, software that lets you control the movement of your Rolly. In fact you can control up to 7 Rolly’s from the PC. The new Rolly will be available in pink and limited edition black for about $350 on November 21 in Japan.

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.

Beer-filled USB flash drive to break in case of emergency

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 5th, 2008

Beer-filled USB flash drive to break in case of emergencyYou know, I don’t know what this says about us as a society, but for some reason this gadget truly exists. What we have here is an authentic beer-filled USB flash drive that even features 3D “optional customizable floating objects” inside. With this liquid storage device you can celebrate your love of beer by always having some with you.

And if things ever get too dry and you find yourself in need of a hit, I’m sure you could break it and get just enough booze to wet your beak. Though I wouldn’t recommend it, you don’t wanna choke on those “optional customizable floating objects”. Storage size ranges from 128 MB to 8GB. You might also want to be careful that you don’t crack it and feed your laptop beer.

Human Skull USB drive is bone-headed

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on October 2nd, 2008

Human Skull USB drive is bone-headedSo you’re looking for a gift for your uncle Fester, but a normal run of the mill flash drive just won’t cut it. You need something more specific, something morbid, something dead and void of flesh, not to mention separated from it’s body. This 2GB USB 2.0 compliant flash memory shaped like a human skull might be just the thing. For a normal user, it might look odd to have a skull sticking out of a USB socket, unless it’s Halloween, but with your family it will fit right in with the cobwebs and coffins. Only $19. Maybe give it a little wig or something.

Evangelion Rei USB memory

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2008

Evangelion Rei USB memoryThe other day we told you about the Evangelion USB Flash Drive. Now Buffalo Japan will release another one. Some of you will no doubt think that it’s the cutest USB thing since Hello Kitty. It’s a REI model, that will give you up to 4GB of memory. If you’re a fan of the Japanese manga series you’ll have to get one quick since it’s limited to 5000 pieces. The price is $54.25 and it will be available on September 30th. It’s much cuter then the first one and has more storage.

Journey USB flash drive comes to you with open arms

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2008

Journey USB flash drive comes to you with open armsSeems like the classic band Journey is clinging to fame by the skin of it’s gadget loving teeth. First their was the Journey DAP, which had us scratching our heads, now with this Journey USB flash drive we’re wondering if we should expect a comeback.

It features the Golden Gate Scarab and Journey Logo. What’s weird is that it has no music on it’s whooping 256MB of memory. Not even an image file. For $45 even die-hard fans would call this a rip-off. If you buy this one, you deserve to have your credit card ripped from your hand and your butt-crack swiped with it until you need a maxi-pad. Seriously.

Watch with hidden USB flash drive

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on July 17th, 2008

Watch with hidden USB flash drive
If you have the need to smuggle sensitive data from one place to another and need to hide your usb drive, this is the watch for you. It features a hidden 4GB USB Flash Drive thanks to a secret compartment at the base.

Plus, it’s fairly plain so it won’t draw attention like say, a Tokyoflash watch. With this baby, before you know it, you’ll be stealing all kinds of company secrets. Unless of course your boss is reading the ‘Brick and notices how much your watch looks like this one.