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Lexar Media introduced its highest capacity, fastest Solid-State Drives (SSDs) to date. The new Crucial M225 SSDs use a SATA 2.0 (3Gb/second) interface) and feature MLC NAND flash memory in a 2.5-inch drive enclosure. These drives are quieter, run cooler, and are more durable than traditional hard drives. You’ll find the M225 SSDs in capacities of 64GB ($169.99), 128GB ($329.99), and 256GB ($599.99). The 256GB Crucial M225 SSD boasts of a 250MB/second read speed and a 200MB/second write speed. Additional details about these new drives can be found in the press release below. Lexar Media Announces Next Generation Crucial Solid-State Drive ProductsNew M225 Solid-State Drive Series Boasts Read Speeds... Read more...
Micron Technology announced the mass production of new NAND flash memory products using a 34-nanometer process technology. In coordination with the announcement, Lexar, a subsidiary of Micron, announced plans to take advantage of the new 34nm NAND products by offering a range of flash memory cards and USB flash drives that use the technology.Micron’s newly architected 32Gb multi-level cell (MLC) NAND chip is 17% smaller than the company’s first-generation 32Gb chip. Micron plans to offer 16- and 32-Gb NAND chips. The 16Gb MLC NAND provides lots of storage in a tiny package that’s just 84mm. Both of Micron’s new products feature an interface that delivers transfer speeds up to 200MBps. By comparison,... Read more...
ThermalRock Mystic HTPC Case @ ThinkComputers.org: "HTPC cases, we are seeing more of them as HTPC's are becoming more popular, and easy to setup. My current HTPC is sitting in a Raidmax Scorpio Case. Which as you can see is not the best case for an HTPC. Today we will be taking a look at ThermalRock's Mystic HTPC case. ThermalRock is a subsidiary of Thermaltake, who we all know are known for making good products. This is my first HTPC case so I'm excited to take a look at it! We will see if it will replace the Raidmax case, and become part of my home theater system." Logitech Harmony 800 Home Theater Remote Control Review @ The TechZone: "Taking the 880 out of its packaging, I could immediately... Read more...
This morning we have news ranging from an aftermarket cooler from Aerocool, to 1GB of SD Memory goodness.  Most interesting is the BFGTech 6600 GT OC review that covers all flavors, including AGP, PCI-Express and SLI. Aerocool HT-101JR @ Overclockers Online: "With hotter and hotter chips becoming the reality, larger and more expensive coolWith hotter and hotter chips becoming the reality, larger and more expensive cooling measures are becoming common. Engineers have the difficult task of finding the right balance of cost, size, and noise in order to deliver cooling performance. Too much of any one factor may be bad and be the cause for failure. On top of these factors, there are also... Read more...
Welcome back everyone :)  I just walked in the door from work and my tummy is asking for some food.  However, before I indulge the beast, here is some linkage to satisfy your needs... ;) Lexar Unveils New USB Card Form Factor and Introduces New USB FlashCard FREMONT, CA, December 13, 2004 – Lexar Media, Inc. (Nasdaq: LEXR), a world leader in advanced digital media technologies, today announced a new USB card form factor designed for universal and superior interoperability to bring next generation storage, connectivity and utility products to a broad variety of computing, consumer electronics and mobile electronics devices. The new USB card form factor is based on the USB Type... Read more...
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