Toshiba Pops Out 16GB microSD Card, Ultra-Fast 8GB and 16GB SD Cards

Sandisk may have a 16GB microSDHC card already a little sneakily on the scene, but now Toshiba's announced it's joining the game with one of its own. The card is compliant with SD memory standard version 2.00, as are the other two cards Tosh is making: The 8GB and 16GB SDHC cards with a maximum write speed of a speedy… » 11/26/08 6:34am 11/26/08 6:34am

Sandisk Exreme III SDHC Cards Blaze Along at 30MBps, 50% Faster than…

Sandisk previously popped new Extreme III versions of its Memory Stick » 8/27/08 8:00am 8/27/08 8:00am lineup, and now it's extended the tech to SDHC. The new family of cards can cope with 30MBps read/write data rates, a 50% speed boost over previous versions and a "new speed record" according to Sandisk. They're designed for digital cameras that…

Dealzmodo: 16GB Corsair Flash Drive for $34 After Rebate

Today's Newegg deal involves a $30 mail-in-rebate, but it's a pretty damn good price for a 16GB flash drive. Enter in the $5 promo code EMCAHDBAJ found on their savings page » 7/31/08 3:30pm 7/31/08 3:30pm and you'll get $5 off, which coupled with the $30 rebate nets you a drive at $34. What can you do with a 16GB flash drive? What you do? [ -…

Samsung's i8510 Boasts Almost Everything, Plus An 8 Megapixel Camera

Samsung has a new slider on the market in Europe and we're hoping it finds its way over here. The i8510 is a S60-powered GSM phone with very fast 3G speeds and Wi-Fi, as well as GPS. What makes this high-end phone lust-worthy, though, is the 8 Megapixel multifunction camera with Xenon flash that can record video at up… » 7/23/08 10:00pm 7/23/08 10:00pm

SanDisk Vaulter 16GB SSD Sneaks In Via PCIe Port

Today SanDisk revealed Vaulter, a 8GB or 16GB flash drive that can hold your entire OS, designed to sit on the PCIe port inside a laptop. In Windows, this creates a separate letter drive, which speeds the hell out of your computer, without taking the place of your 2.5" SATA-connected HDD. It's not a Santa Rosa… » 11/13/07 9:05pm 11/13/07 9:05pm

This is What a 32GB SD Card Would Look Like if Scaled To Size...pi

...per bit, from a 1GB SD card. We saw the 32GB SDHC monster at CES where they were announced, but Toshiba just announced their availability in Japan for $700. There's an 8GB microSD card, and a 16GB SD card, too. It's nice to realize that all our phones and computers could one day pack their memory footprint in… » 8/22/07 3:21am 8/22/07 3:21am