Memory Card

SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card promises 45MB/sec

SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I card promises 45MB/sec

SanDisk has outed its latest SDHC memory card, and while the new SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I is targeted at pro-photographers and HD videographers, it thankfully comes in well underneath the $1,500 CompactFlash we played with at CES 2011. The new SDHC supportsUltra High Speed (UHS) as part of the new SD 3.0 specification, promising up to 45MB/sec read and write performance.

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Lexar 32GB Class 10 microSDHC on sale for $150

Lexar 32GB Class 10 microSDHC on sale for $150

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.

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Lexar 128GB and 64GB 133x SDXC cards promise 20MB/s transfers

Lexar 128GB and 64GB 133x SDXC cards promise 20MB/s transfers

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.

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16GB and 32GB class 10 microSDHC Cards surface from Patriot Memory

16GB and 32GB class 10 microSDHC Cards surface from Patriot Memory

Patriot Memory has announced that it is launching a pair of new microSDHC cards that have class 10 speed capability. The new cards are in the LX series and are microSDHC offerings in 16GB and 32GB capacities. Both of the memory cards are covered by a 5-year warranty

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Samsung Focus Owners told by AT&T to wait for “certified” microSD cards (key: random access speed) Instead of Using Cards Available Now

Samsung Focus Owners told by AT&T to wait for “certified” microSD cards (key: random access speed) Instead of Using Cards Available Now

A statement has been put out by AT&T lets all customers know that Windows Phone 7 devices require a "certified high-speed microSD card" in order to work optimally. Specifically the Samsung Focus right now is expandable with microSD cards is warned about in the AT&T statement, them then noting the fact that "Certified for Windows Phone 7" is not yet marked on any microSD cards on the market. Updates came into Engadget after this new initially broke letting us know that microSD card compatibility with Windows Phone 7 devices isn't just based on speed class - other factors including the number of random read/write operations play a role, too.

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Toshiba to offer world’s fastest SDHC memory card

Toshiba to offer world’s fastest SDHC memory card

Toshiba has announced that it is set to offer a blazing fast SDHC memory card that it claims to be the world's fastest. The new memory cards are being offered in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB capacities and are compliant with the SD Memory Card Standard Version 3.0, UHS104.

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SD Association unveils dual-row pin memory card design for SDHC and SDXC cards

SD Association unveils dual-row pin memory card design for SDHC and SDXC cards

When it comes time to buy a memory card, many people just grab up the largest capacity card they can afford without thinking too much about the speed of the memory card. Speed is an important factor though, especially if you are shooting images with a camera that can take fast bursts.

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Lexar 24-in-1 USB memory card reader plays nice with iPad [Video]

Lexar 24-in-1 USB memory card reader plays nice with iPad [Video]

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.

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Toshiba plan standardized WiFi SDHC cards for digicams

Toshiba plan standardized WiFi SDHC cards for digicams

Toshiba are looking to bring the wireless camera storage fight to Eye-Fi's door, with the announcement that they're setting up the "Standard Promotion Forum for Memory Cards Embedding Wireless LAN".  A collaboration with Trek 2000, the SPFMCEWL group would promote a standardized WiFi-enabled SDHC card that would communicate with the camera with cross-manufacturer consistency, wirelessly transferring its 8GB of storage to remote servers or directly to other cameras.

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Pretec unveils P240 USB 3.0 Multi Card Reader, world’s first USB 3.0 card reader

Pretec unveils P240 USB 3.0 Multi Card Reader, world’s first USB 3.0 card reader

USB 3.0 ports on new computers are becoming more and more common today. As the ports are more common, new devices to take advantage of the ports are becoming more common too. Pretec has unveiled the world's first USB 3.0 memory card reader at Computex 2010.

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Silicon Power unveils new SDHC card for HD video recording

Silicon Power unveils new SDHC card for HD video recording

Silicon Power has officially unveiled its new memory card for recording HD video on cameras and camcorders. The company chose to strap the memory card with a strange name of Full HD Video Card making sound like computer hardware rather than the memory card that it is.

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Eye-Fi Connect X2 and Explore X2 get WiFi-n

Eye-Fi Connect X2 and Explore X2 get WiFi-n

Eye-Fi's Pro X2 WiFi-enabled memory card has only been shipping for little over a week but the company has already outed some siblings for it.  The Eye-Fi Connect X2 and Eye-Fi Explore X2 have 4GB and 8GB of storage respectively, and each offer WiFi 802.11n connectivity and Class 6 performance.

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