Lexar produces a wide range of flash storage devices including memory cards for virtually every smartphone camera that you can imagine. The company has unveiled a new impressively high-performance micro SDXC memory card aimed at enhancing mobile video capability. The card promises transfer rates as high as 600x.
Lexar today announced the industry's first 1000x CompactFlash memory cards. Professional photographers and videographers will appreciate these blazing-fast cards, which offers a minimum guaranteed sustained read speed of 150MB per second of faster and a write speed of 145MB per second.
This sassy little number is presented by Lexar today for dual-card reading, supporting UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I memory cards as well as being backwards compatible with your standard CF, SD and SDHC memory cards. This reader of course uses USB 3.0 for it's super speedy delivery at 500MB per second, this card reader capable of both data transfer between the cards and the host computer as well as card-to-card transfers.
Lexar Media announced today that it is releasing two new professional SDXC memory cards, including one that is the industry's first to boast a 128GB capacity. Both the 64GB and 128GB cards should come to the delight of photographers and videographers as they are high-capacity and high-speed.
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Lexar's SDXC cards aren't the only high-speed memory the company has for CES 2011; there's also a Class 10 32GB microSDHC card intended for mobile phones. Offering guaranteed minimum sustained write speeds of 10MB per second and read speeds up to 20MB per second, the new chip should make a real difference for those users running apps from removable media.
Lexar Media hates it when you run out of space in your swanky DSLR, and so they're hoping you'll pick up their new Class 10 133x SDXC memory cards. The new 64GB and 128GB cards offer a minimum guaranteed transfer speed of 20MB per second, suitable for lengthy 1080p HD video recording or burst high-res photography.
Lexar have outed their latest multi-format memory card reader, compatible with 24 different types of flash storage, and they're particularly excited by how easy it is to hook up to an iPad's USB/Dock Connector adapter and import photos straight onto the Apple tablet. In fact, Lexar's director of marketing, Jeff Cable, was so excited he drove straight down to the beach to take photos of a pretty lady with a surfboard, just so he could demonstrate the functionality on video.
Flash memory: it's never exactly going to be interesting. But on the other hand we'll seldom turn our noses up at a large chunk of storage, and so Lexar's latest Memory Stick Micro M2 and SDHC cards will undoubtedly tickle some gamer's soft-spots. Available in 4GB and 8GB capacities, the cards are targeted at Nintendo Wii and DSi owners, together with Sony PSP and PS3 owners.
Keeping the data we put on flash drives and other external storage solutions safe is a concern for many of us. In the world of government and business keeping data safe is an even bigger concern. Lost government flash drives packed with personal data on citizens have been in the news before and presents a big issues for Americans. Lexar has announced a new flash drive that is called the JumpDrive Safe S3000 FIPS to protect sensitive data for enterprise and government workers.