MP3 players are getting so small your fingers can’t navigate the playlist. Take the wicked small Sansa Express MP3 Player from SanDisk. Ya it looks great but damn, it’s small. Stores 1GB of music (about 250 songs) BUT has a MicroSD slot to expand to another 4GBs. With USB port and earphone connection it’s sleek, […]
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Samsung’s YP-Z5 ZB is the first MP3 with 1GB of flash memory to support music subscription services or “PlayForSure” capabilities.Â With a large 1.8″ LCD screen thin body style and ultra sensative navigation buttons this is a good alternative to iPod players. Some examples of subscription services include MTV’s Urge, Napster, Rhapsody and Yahoo.
Can’t stand iPods, looking for an iPod alternate? The Tomato MP3 player from PlayTomato is a good front runner. This 2inch TFT LCD screen provides superior viewing quality to most PMP units at 260,000 colors. Plays both video and photo, as well as MP3 and streaming radio. Not sure about the sound quality as that […]
So you’re in the market for a budget MP3 player. Well the Insignia is worth a consideration. In addition it plays video and still images back while gyrating to your favorite tunes. Easy to use and MicroSD slot for expanded memory this little player is a descent value for the money. CNET: “The Insignia MP3 […]
In response to the countless devices we use such as tablets, ChromeBooks, phones, MP3 players, and even 3D glasses, Saelig Unique Electronics has released a product to keep everything juiced up simultaneously while maintaining safety for each unique device.
In recent weeks the cost of flash memory has increased substantially.Â The commodity product, is for the most part, a stable consumable with pricing that fluctuations in single digit percentages.Â However, lately the price has increase between 10-30%.Â As with any product there are variables which contribute to price and the following information might help […]
Toshiba announced this morning of mass production in 128Gbit NAND flash memory with three-bits-per-cell storage in 19nm process. What this means is more storage space in a smaller area. The 128Gbit memory is only 170mm square. The reduced size implies cost of manufacturing will go down, efficiency will go up. The down side is the […]
This is a simple MicroSD adapter card. It allows you to interface with any micro-controllers. It is perfect for mass storage, WAV/MP3 player and data logging. The adapter breaks out the MicroSD socket to a standard 0.1″ 8-pin header. It can be plug directly into breadboards. This adapter features innovations that set it apart from […]
Flash memory is a basic necessity of any electronic device these days.Â Today we will talk about MultiMedia Cards [MMC] and Secure Digital [SD] cards. First, a bit of history.Â The MMC format was developed by SanDisk and Siemens back in 1997.Â SD media was developed, jointly, by SanDisk, Panasonic and Toshiba.Â The SD standard […]
NAND memory grew at a fast pace until 2006, then the core memory market got mature and slowed down.Â The NAND segment makes up most the market with SD formats consuming about 50% of the market share, with MP3, USB and CF media making the balance. In 2007, supply overtook demand and this trend continues […]