SD card

  • 300 MByte/s: Faster SD cards are coming with new specification

    It looks like we’ll soon get significantly faster SD cards. Apparently, SD Specification Version 4.00 is expected to be ready by spring next year, meaning the maximum data transfer rate (read/write) will jump from 104 MByte/s to 300 MByte/s. But not too surprisingly, you’ll need to update your hardware to make use of the higher speed. Read More

  • Eye-Fi announces the Eye-Fi Pro (Ad Hoc support!) and Selective Transfer

    I think I speak for every camera nerd out there when I say, Hallelujah!!! It’s about damn time Eye-Fi released an Ad Hoc enabled SDHC card. Live blogging will now be 100x easier. The 4GB Eye-Fi Pro now supports RAW files on top of pre-existing support for JPEG and video files. Geotagging and Hotspot access are available on the Pro model as well. The Eye-Fi Pro is available now on Amazon… Read More

  • SanDisk announces Rock Band branded SD card for the Wii

    I wanna rock and roll all nite and party every day
    I wanna rock and roll all nite and party every day
    I wanna rock and roll all nite and party every day
    I wanna rock and roll all nite and party every day Read More

  • Review: Lexar Shoot-n-Sync Wi-Fi memory card

    By now most of you have heard of the Eye-Fi Wi-Fi SD memory card and what it’s capable of, right? Okay, good. Earlier this year, January to be exact, Lexar announced that they had teamed up with Eye-Fi to bring a Lexar branded SD card with Eye-Fi technology by year’s end. Well, the time has come — Lexar’s Shoot-n-Sync card is finally here and I’ve been testing it… Read More

  • Eye-Fi Manager update integrates the awesomeness that is Twitter

    The other week Eye-Fi announced that upload speeds were improved for their SD cards and today we’ve learned that they now support Twitter and RSS feeds. If you haven’t already updated then you should fire up your Eye-Fi Manager ASAP. One can assume this applies to the Lexar mashup, Shoot-N-Sync. These little buggers just keep getting better and better. Read More

  • Panasonic Announces 8GB Pro High Speed SD Memory Card

    In conjunction with the launch of two HD camcorders earlier today, Panasonic announced the launch of a 8GB Pro High Speed SD memory card today that features both high speed and high capacity. The RP-SDV08GU1K has a Class 6 Speed spec that equates to data transfer speeds of 6MB/s and it’s compatible with the SD memory card v2.0 standard. You can expect to store about two hours of HD… Read More

  • SanDisk Announces Extreme Ducati Edition Drives

    We normally wouldn’t bore you with USB flash drives, CF and SD cards, but being the MotoGP and Ducati fan that I am you’re just going to have to deal with it. SanDisk is getting tons of exposure on a global stage by being one of Ducati’s Corse MotoGP team sponsors and it doesn’t hurt that Casey Stoner is currently ranked #1. Read More

  • iRiver NV Portable GPS Navigator: Pretty on the Outside, Smart on the Inside

    The iRiver M10 that we spotted last week has bee made official and is now known as the iRiver NV. It’s a GPS receiver with a very LG Prada look about it (and a very LG enV name about it…). The 7-inch widescreen display trumps other GPS devices on the market. Built-in DMB support and out-of-the-box compatibility with popular video formats like Divx, Xvid and H.264 further help… Read More

  • Info SD Card Shows Free Space

    The multinational conglomerate A-DATA is set to roll out an SD card that uses some sort of e-ink-like display to show you just how much space you’ve got left–useful if you’ve got stacks of these things. What would be really cool is if they can fit this onto a mini or microSD. Check it out sometime post-CES. Product Page [AData] Read More

  • SD Cards with USB Plugs. Suh-wheat!

    No longer will camera lovers be chained to the evils of the SD card reader. No more! We will be free to move about with our laptops, extra-baggage left in the waste bins of history. No longer will our desktops need those damned multi-card slots, making the face of it appear to be that of a pimply teenager. Done are we with the labors of cables and such, for OCZ Technology has combined two… Read More