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SanDisk Extreme microSDXC is eager for Ultra HD phones

SanDisk Extreme microSDXC is eager for Ultra HD phones

SanDisk has revealed its latest high-speed memory card, the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC, offering up to 64GB of mobile storage with transfer rates up to 80 MB/sec. The new memory cards, targeting smartphones and cameras where users want to shoot Full HD video, can be read at up to 80 MB/sec and written at up to 50 MB/sec, with Class 10 performance in preparation for Ultra HD video modes.

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Samsung: Galaxy S 4’s app preload bloat is the price you pay for features

Samsung: Galaxy S 4’s app preload bloat is the price you pay for features

Samsung has defended the relative lack of user-available storage in the Galaxy S 4, arguing that the fact that the 16GB handset offers roughly half that amount as usable capacity is a welcome compromise given the usefulness of the preloaded apps. Users of the cheapest Galaxy S 4 were surprised to discover that, out of the box, a typical example of the smartphone had just 8.49GB of the billed 16GB available for use; Samsung says that's a side-effect of its "more powerful features" however.

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Transcend announces 64GB microSDXC Ultra High-Speed storage card

Transcend announces 64GB microSDXC Ultra High-Speed storage card

Ever-increasing storage demands prompt increasingly higher capacity storage cards, including the newest release from Transcend, a 64GB microSDXC UHS-I. This ultra-high speed memory card offers very fast transfer speeds in the tiny microSD shell, bringing high storage capacity to your small mobile devices. This is part of the maker's UHS-I line, which ranges from 8GB to 64GB.

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Chewbacca MIMOMICRO microSD Card Reader Review

Chewbacca MIMOMICRO microSD Card Reader Review

The Mimoco Chewbacca MIMOMICRO microSD Card Reader may well be the tiniest piece of hardware we've ever reviewed here on SlashGear, and I do dare say the cutest as well. What we've got here is a Star Wars inspired microSD Card Reader coming straight from the folks who are now famous for creating the most excitingly vibrant USB flashdrives on the planet. Here instead of calling them Mimobots, they've called them MIMOMICRO due to their slightly changed functionality - and wouldn't you know it, they world just as fabulous!

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Samsung begins producing Ultra High Speed microSD cards

Samsung begins producing Ultra High Speed microSD cards

Toshiba may have gotten the jump on ultra fast SD cards, but Samsung are making a play for that same kind of speed in a smaller package. The Korean company today announced a new line of microSD cards, using the UHS (Ultra High Speed) standard. The new microSD card could be used in future smartphones to enable high speed transfers.

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Satechi Audio Move SD Review

Satechi Audio Move SD Review

Onto the SlashGear review bench has fallen one of the most powerful little beat-blasters able to be supplied with said music by a microSD card we may have ever seen. This is the Satechi Audio Move SD, and though you can plug your tiny memory card into its side to bring the heat to the block with stereo sound and some relatively excellent bass, you can also plug your iPhone, your Android, your Windows Phone, your BlackBerry, etcetera and etcetera into the side of this little monster and let the love flow!

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Satechi Audio Move SD portable speaker released, microSDHC card slot in tow

Satechi Audio Move SD portable speaker released, microSDHC card slot in tow

We're looking at you, Satechi, and your seemingly awesome feature of being able to roll with content straight off of a microSDHC/microSD card right out of the box, not to mention your strange sub sandwich overall aesthetic. This device, the Satechi Audio Move SD portable speaker, has been both announced and made available by Satechi this week, it lighting up our eyeballs with its lovely features. For just $29.99, you too can be blasting beats out from your desk effortlessly.

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Verizon DROID RAZR price slashed

Verizon DROID RAZR price slashed

Verizon has slashed the price of its DROID RAZR, the super-slim Android smartphone now $199.99 with a new agreement, though you'll have to supply your own memory card. The discounted handset - which first hit US shelves in November 2011, with a $299.99 price tag - has seen a ton sheered from its price, though Verizon now no longer bundles a 16GB microSD card with the phone.

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AAXA P4 projector: The worlds brightest Pico Projector with 75 minutes of battery life

AAXA P4 projector: The worlds brightest Pico Projector with 75 minutes of battery life

Pico projectors are nifty little objects but AAXA is making them more then that with the new AAXA P4 battery powered pico projector. Announcing the P4 as the worlds brightest battery-powered pico projector offering 80 lumen in brightness while weighing less than one pound -- and having good battery life too. Pictures and details are available below.

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Panasonic Toughpad A1 and Toughpad B1 Android tablets revealed

Panasonic Toughpad A1 and Toughpad B1 Android tablets revealed

This week the folks at Panasonic have revealed one tablet and named a second, the first being the Toughpad A1, a 10.1-inch Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet with a processor from no less than Marvell, the most elusive chipmaker of all. Of course Marvell has appeared in mobile devices before, but the last time we spoke about them in regards to a mobile device was in the Vizio Tablet, then before that was a Chinese smartphone and on the Chumby 8. Here we see Marvell sitting inside the tablet with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, this aside 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a microSD card slot for expansion up to 32GB more.

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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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