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SanDisk releases 64GB class 6 MicroSD card

SanDisk releases 64GB class 6 MicroSD card

SanDisk launched the first 64GB microSD card this week called the SanDisk Mobile Ultra. It will allow you to add a whole lot more storage to your microSDXC-compatible smartphones and tablets, doubling capacity up from the current 32GB standard. It also features Class 6 transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s that provide better performance for capturing full HD videos.

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ViewSonic ViewPad 7e Android Tablet Hands-On [Video]

ViewSonic ViewPad 7e Android Tablet Hands-On [Video]

This week we've been getting a look at a whole handful of Android tablets at IFA 2011, one of the most inexpensive of which being the ViewSonic ViewPad 7e. The "e" in the name here stands for "Entry" aka "Entry-Level" meaning that it'll certainly be ViewSonic's least expensive tablet on the market for the time being. We got the opportunity to take a close look at this lovely white-bordered Android tablet and we'd just love to show you what it's all about.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Revealed with Super AMOLED Plus Display

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 Revealed with Super AMOLED Plus Display

What we've come to understand is the world's first mobile tablet utilizing the ultra-bright and lovely Super AMOLED Plus display from Samsung is the Galaxy Tab 7.7, a 7-inch device made for ultimate viewing quality and portability. It's this week at IFA 2011 in Berlin that we're being shown some of the biggest and brightest Android-based devices Samsung has ever offered up, this 7.7-inch display-having tablet now what's essentially the biggest brightest tablet on earth. This tablet also features a fantastically powerful 1.4GHz dual-core processor as well as an ultra-small chassis at just 7.89 millimeters thin and 335 grams (12 ounces) in weight.

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Samsung launches new Class 10 microSDHC cards for 4G smartphones

Samsung launches new Class 10 microSDHC cards for 4G smartphones

If you have a 4G smartphone and happen to live in a 4G coverage area you are very lucky. You get to enjoy the blazing fast 4G speeds that the rest of us wish for. I would be happy right now with a 3G network that was faster than dial up. If you have a fast new 4G phone the last thing you need is a microSD card that is slow and holds up your device when reading or writing data to and from the memory card.

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Lexar Reveals Dual-Slot Card Reader for UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I

Lexar Reveals Dual-Slot Card Reader for UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I

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.

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Design Concept: USB Flash Drive Expandable With MicroSD Cards

Design Concept: USB Flash Drive Expandable With MicroSD Cards

If you've ever had a bunch of cheap USB flash drives that you've tossed around and abused, and perhaps cursed at for not having enough capacity due to you're data hoarding, then this concept design called the Collector USB Flash Drive will have you drooling. The Collector lets you custom configure as well as expand the memory capacity of your USB stick via the swapping of microSD cards. You may never have to delete anything off your USB stick again.

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Secusmart encryption microSD: security costs $2,700 [Video]

Secusmart encryption microSD: security costs $2,700 [Video]

We're used to high-capacity memory cards costing a lot, but €2,000 ($2,709) for a microSD? Secusmart's card doesn't just offer 4GB of storage, however; it's also a hardware encryption system for mobile devices, making sure your calls, SMS, email, contacts and calendar are all locked down. Voice calls are protected using 128-bit AES, and all the encryption/decryption is done in the memory card itself so that anything going through the cellular connection is already locked down.

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Multi-Card USB Readers from Elecom are Super Kawaii and Super Helpful

Multi-Card USB Readers from Elecom are Super Kawaii and Super Helpful

Multi-card USB readers - why is this concept more well played? It IS played though, even though it might not be well spread. Here's a couple for you from Elecom, available in Japan (or over the internet through GeekStuff4U, which is in Japan too, but online, and online is everywhere!) One is the multi-card stand-up reader MR-C27 which reads up to four SD/SHDC or SDXC cards at a time - supporting cards up to 64GB. The MR-SMC06 is a dual-card USB stick or thumbkey which has no internal memory in and of itself but has two microSD or microSDHC slots. Super cute and super handy!

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A Week with NOOKcolor: Hardware

A Week with NOOKcolor: Hardware

Welcome to a super amazing extended review of the brand-spanking-new NOOKcolor. Let me begin by assuring you that the name is "NOOKcolor" all one word rather than "Nook Color" as I'd originally assumed in posts of the past. Then, let me let you know that this is not the first multi-post review we've done of a bit of gear - search for the term "A Week with" - our most recent project being the HTC HD7. Now we move on to this NOOKcolor, Barnes and Noble's full-color eReader, on its way out on the delivery trucks as we speak, just in time for the holiday season. This first post we'll discuss a bit about the hardware - how the item feels, works, and functions in the real world.

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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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