Memorex

  • CrunchDeals: A Memorex Blu-Ray Player For $84

    CrunchDeals: A Memorex Blu-Ray Player For $84

    Always wanted to get behind an obsoleting optical standard? Don’t want to buy a PS3? Here’s your chance to get a sub-$100 Blu-Ray player from Woot! Read More

  • Double CrunchDeal: Blu-ray player for $149, 1GB Sansa Express mp3 player (refurb) for $11

    Double CrunchDeal: Blu-ray player for $149, 1GB Sansa Express mp3 player (refurb) for $11

    Avoid the stampede at Walmart next Friday by picking up that Memorex Blu-ray player for $149 at Buy.com (free shipping, too). While you’re at it, you can also get the first-gen iPod Shuffle-like Sandisk Sansa Express for $10.99 (refurbished). Hurry, though. These things are going to sell out quickly. LINK [Buy.com] Read More

  • CrunchDeals: Memorex Blu-ray Player on Woot

    CrunchDeals: Memorex Blu-ray Player on Woot

    Quick. Hurry! FAST! Woot has a hella good deal today on a Memorex Blu-ray player but it will only be available ’till the end of the day or it sells out. Best of all, you don’t have to wait in Black Friday lines to get a Blu-ray player under the $150 mark. True, this player is a Profile 1.1 player and therefore cannot do any of the fancy BD Live features but still, it’s not a bad… Read More

  • $269 MVBD-2510 Blu-ray player coming from Memorex

    $269 MVBD-2510 Blu-ray player coming from Memorex

    Who cares if the first Memorex Blu-ray player lacks the latest key feature? The MVBD-2510 might not be a Profile 2.0 player, and therefore not able to do BD-Live, but the MSRP is $269. At that price, can’t you see retailers slapping a sale sticker on it and selling it for even less on Black Friday or closer to Christmas? Besides, it still has all the standard Blu-ray goodies like HDMI… Read More

  • Memorex adds Essential TravelDrive portable storage drives in four fugly colors

    Memorex adds Essential TravelDrive portable storage drives in four fugly colors

    Today in Cerritos, California, Memorex announced their 2.5-inch portable storage devices dubbed the Essential TravelDrive in 160, 250 and 320GB capacities. Other than the fugly colors that are “vibrant”, I found the entire press release to be laughable. I do my best to not make fun of PR folk, but I’m sure whoever wrote it should have given it one or two more drafts. “the… Read More

  • Memorex M-Flyer Pilot Gets Refreshed, Still A USB Drive

    Memorex M-Flyer Pilot Gets Refreshed, Still A USB Drive

    My favorite part of the M-Flyer Pilot—part of Memorex’s TravelDrive line of USB flash drives—is that its USB connector is retractable. In fact, that’s its most exciting feature, though it does now support Vista’s ReadyBoost feature and it’s been gussied up a bit with metallic blue or red accents. The drive also comes loaded with Portable Vault USB security… Read More

  • Memorex To Public: Quit Huffing Our Products

    Memorex To Public: Quit Huffing Our Products

    I know kids will ingest a lot of dumb stuff, but I didn’t know cans of air duster were on the list. It is an aerosol-based product though, and Memorex, makers of the Air Duster line of compressed-gas cleaner wants to help keep the kids off the drugs, so it’s adding bitterant to the products to “discourage potential abusers from “huffing” by making the contents… Read More

  • Memorex Mi3500 iPod Boombox: Pricey, But Not Bad

    Sure, there are lots of iPod boomboxes on the market, and we love them all equally (not really). Take, for example, this new Mi3005 from Memorex (remember them?). Running on a handful of D batteries, this SRS WOW-enhanced, 12W, FM-Tuning, dock-sporting ghetto blaster looks more like a sci-fi prop than a stereo, but that’s OK. Its speakers are angled up, which is preferred if you put it on… Read More