Archive for December, 2007
Motorola KRZR Houses MicroSD CardThere isn’t much this skinny Razor from Motorola can’t do. With enhanced messaging capabilities and airplane flight mode to listen to music while high in the sky it makes things that much better with the MicroSD slot for expanded memory. That trip from LA to NY never seemed shorter.
GFM Dealz- Free 512MB SD Card from KingstonKingston is blowing out their 512MB Secure Digital flash cards for Zero dollars. $27 is list price and free after mail-in rebate. Free economy shipping. Only a couple days left – offer good through 1/27/07. Kingston Technology’s Secure Digital (SD) memory cards. The latest in the Kingston family, SD memory cards combine massive storage capacity, blazing data transfer rates and ironclad security in a memory card no bigger than a postage stamp. 16 Reviews. Average rating 4.5 out of 5. Get the GFM Dealz now! Continue Reading
ViewSonic LCD with Card Reader and iPod Dock Station
ViewSonic has always been a fan of combining peripheral items with their monitors and the VX2245WM is no exception. Jumping onto the iPod band-wagon, ViewSonic now offers their monitor with iPod dock station. In addition the VX2245WM beholds an 8-in-1 card reader for ultra convenience.
The 1680×1050 pixel resolution and 700:1 contrast ratio make viewing any movie a pleasure. And to make sure no stone is left unturned, ViewSonic also integrated speakers and subwoofer so that your standard PC speakers can be left to collect dust.Continue Reading
New Lightening Fast Lexar Card ReadersLexar remains the head of the pack with their new UDMA enabled card reader and SDHC card reader series. The Ultra Direct Memory Access reader (Lexar Professional UDMA FireWire 800 Reader) conforms to the high-performance flash memory protocol for CompactFlash while the Lexar Professional Dual-Slot USB Reader can read both SD and SDHC flash memory. Lexar card readers are do out by end of Q2 2007 with price points of $80 and $50 respectively. Continue Reading 1 Comment
How To Install an Executable from miniSD
In the event you have a mobile phone or PDA which uses a miniSD card, you might want to install a .exe file from flash. To do this, it’s fairly simple. Since .exe files must be installed from the PC, simply connect the device to the computer and run the executable file. During installation you should have the option on where to install the program, from there select the flash memory.Continue Reading
Beyonce Teams With Samsung On F300 PhoneSamsung is in collaboratin with Beyonce on their SGH-F300 Ultra Music phone where she will heavliy promot the product in spot TV commercials, ads and concert tours. Not a bad move for Samsung as teaming with Beyonce gains some serious followers. The deal also gives F300 owners an exclusive and embedded sound track, “Irreplaceable” pre-loaded on the cell. microSD card, it’s a very attractive deal. Not available everywhere, but with Beyonce on-board it will be soon. Continue Reading
4GB MicroSDHC From KingmaxKingmax is the first to make a big leap into the 4GB MicroSDHC territory. To get perspective on how small this flash memory is consider a MiniSD card being about 1/2 the size of a US postage stamp. A MicroSD card is 1/2 smaller then that – or about 1/4 the size of a postage stamp. Kingmax decrease the size but they increased Continue Reading 63 Comments
Blackberry 8800 Hack: Make microSD Mass Storage DeviceHere is a step-by-step on making your microSD card read as a mass storage device. This Blackberry hack will allow you to transfer files to and fro without using the Blackberry Desktop Manager software.
- Go to the Options icon on your Blackberry 8800 and select the Advanced Options
- Select Media Card
- Choose the following options.