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Need a micro SD card for your device then store data to your iPhone or iPad? If this is the scenario you have, Strontium got the perfect solution for you. Check out the Strontium NITRO MicroSD with iDrive Card Reader for iPhones and iPads which we will be checking out today.
Need a speedy and compact media card reader? With tday's demand for faster and smaller data storage, SD cards and micro SD cards are becoming more common in terms of storage data for many different devices from smartphones to action cameras and others in between. It would be handy if you have a card reader with you every time for a faster file transfer from your media card to your computer. If that's what you need, Kingston got just one for you! Check out the Kingston MobileLite G4 Card Reader which we will be taking a look at today.
So why is this a “limited edition” drive? Crucial was eager to showcase the speed and reliability of new Micron 3D NAND and couldn’t wait to debut it in a large and affordable capacity. Sounds good to us. We can not wait to see what this new drive can do.
Data storage devices are getting smaller in size, larger in capacity and getting faster read and write speeds. If you need a speedy micro SD for your action camera or DSLR or smartphone, Team Group got a very speedy card for you which we will be checking out today, the Xtreem Micro SDXD UHS-II U3!Data storage devices are getting smaller in size, larger in capacity and getting faster read and write speeds. If you need a speedy micro SD for your action camera or DSLR or smartphone, Team Group got a very speedy card for you which we will be checking out today, the Xtreem Micro SDXD UHS-II U3!
The Trion 150 uses the Toshiba's own Indilinx Barefoot 3 M00 controller, a slightly over-clocked version of the Barefoot 3 M10 controller used in OCZ's in the ARC and Vertex 460(s) drives. The Trion 150 uses Toshiba’s 15nm TLC NAND Flash. Toshiba states that the new Trion delivers "increased real-world performance" the earlier version. The Trion 100 we reviewed a while back offered good performance, but seemed like it could use just a touch more get go. It looks like the Trion 150 has just that get go.
Solid state storage is one of the areas in the custom PC world where you can end up spending a lot of money on a single item that is theoretically outdated at the time you buy it, but that does not mean much honestly. Almost any SSD you purchase will be better than a traditional hard drive in terms of performance, and space savings. This week I am taking a look at a budget friendly SSD offering from Transcend that will speed up your PC while keeping your wallet from being empty.
As someone who travels frequently for work, I have grown to appreciate devices that make my life easier while on the road. A few years ago I tested several wireless enabled SD storage devices from Sandisk, and while they were great products, they lacked some features I wanted such as a backup battery, and the ability to function as a wireless access point in hotels that have ethernet connections. Today I am taking a look at a device from Kingston that is said to grant me all of my wishes and more.