Items tagged with ExpressCard

Apple's Thunderbolt port may have brought with it a ton of hype, but thus far, there aren't too many actual peripherals to use with it. But of course, that's changing as time progresses. While it's most useful for connecting high-speed storage... Read more...
There's no question that USB 3.0 is a godsend for those transferring huge amounts of data on a regular basis, but what about individuals with machines that lack the protocol? Rather than buying a new machine (a notebook, in this case), PhotoFast are... Read more...
SuperSpeed USB is finally here, and while it's not going anywhere fast, it's also not exploding into the market place at a rapid pace. As with any brand new technology, it takes awhile for companies and consumers to let go of what's familiar and... Read more...
PCMCIA, the leading technology trade association for PC Card™ and ExpressCard® technology, today at CeBIT announced the newest release of the ExpressCard Standard 2.0, the latest version of the standard for high-performance expansion of... Read more...
Verbatim Announces ExpressCard SSD for PC and Mac UsersSAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 6, 2009) –  Verbatim® Americas, LLC, a global leader and innovator in the digital storage industry, announced at Macworld today its new ExpressCard SSD for PC and Mac users.  The new card is a solid-state drive (SSD)... Read more...
OCZ Technology Introduces Slate Series ExpressCards for Notebooks – More Convenient and Less Power Consuming than Peripheral Storage Devices Sunnyvale, Calif.—December 8, 2008—OCZ Technology Group, Inc., a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra-high... Read more...
While it seems that almost every major player in both the storage and memory markets is working on developing solid state disks (SSDs), Transcend is planning to differentiate their initial products from the competition. How are they going to do... Read more...