History of Portable Storage (Infograph) â€“ An infographic by the team at Nexcopy Company.
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Toshiba announced the launch of a new line CompactFlash (CF) memory cards, the Exceria Pro series, specifically targeting the DSLR (digital single less reflex) market. The new cards will be compatible with CF revision 6.0 and will offer performance even higher than XQD format, previously developed by Nikon and Sony and is a proprietary format. […]
SanDisk is launching two new microSD memory cards today. They are officially called the â€œSanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I cards.” What makes them special? They let you capture photos and videos at up to 90 megabytes per second which is incredible fast for any application. And as for the read speeds, theyâ€™re slightly faster at […]
The Compact Flash Organization [site] released their new 5.0 specification earlier today.Â It just blew the cap off the lid of storage limits.Â The current specification for Compact Flash is 137GBs…now that is 144 Petabytes, or PBs. Petabyte is a big number, and most people haven’t heard of it.Â Well, to break it down, a […]
SanDisk is all about SlotMusic these days.Â SlotMusic is the concept of pre-loaded microSD cards where your music can be played on MP3 players, mobile phones and PDAs.Â Complete interoperability and mobility with SlotMusic. To soften the blow and increase adoption of the SlotMusic concept, SanDisk is offer a very inexpensive MP3 player at just […]
We’ve heard of a USB port replicator which is a fancy word for dock station, but now we have USB Duplicator from Nexcopy. The USB duplicator is the largest PC based copier on the market which quickly and easily copies data to flash drives. The average user wouldn’t need this, but this product would be […]