Kingston DataTraveler150 USB Drive Packs 32GB of Space

Kingston has dropped a 32GB version of its DataTraveler USB drive, which could be a worthy addition to your gizmo collection if you own a netbook with limited storage (say, like the EeePC). The pocket-sized dongle measures at 3.06 inches x 0.9 inches x 0.47 inches and is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux. The… » 10/09/08 3:00am 10/09/08 3:00am

Toshiba Flash Chips Doubled to 32GB, Good for PMPs, Cellphones

Toshiba has announced it's beefing-up its line of NAND flash storage chips to 32GB sizes. The new package combines eight 4GB 43-nanometer chips into one—double the previous generation's capacity—and is specifically aimed at the portable device market. Since it can be dropped into existing slots, manufacturers have to… » 8/08/08 5:05am 8/08/08 5:05am

Sandisk 32GB SDHC Eats HD Video For Breakfast

This new Sandisk 32GB SDHC card may give you colossal space for HD video capture, but we'll see if the Class 4 speed rating holds up under such pressure. The card is driving down memory prices though - despite costing $349, it's half the cost of Toshiba's model a few months ago. It won't be available until April, and… » 2/02/08 7:00pm 2/02/08 7:00pm

Sunrich Technology 32GB ExpressCard SSD Has Our Eyebrow Raised

Unlike yesterday's unquestionably, uh, questionable 64GB and 128GB USB Micro Vaults, this solid-state disk is as real as the subject of any press release. We've played with them before, but this one's promising 32GB, a massive drive that slides right into that mostly unused little ExpressCard 34 slot on your newish… » 12/28/07 3:42pm 12/28/07 3:42pm

32GB Creative Zen Available Now, Really?

A few weeks ago Creative confirmed that the 32GB Zen was coming, but sadly would not see the light of day till the second quarter of 2008. Well, it appears that Creative's US site is showing the 32GB Zen in stock and available for shipment. For some reason the Zen product page doesn't show the 32GB model in stock when… » 12/18/07 9:46pm 12/18/07 9:46pm

Toshiba Introduces 3 New SSD Flavors, 128GB is the Tastiest

Toshiba is throwing its hat into the SSD business with a new line of multi-level cell (MLC) NAND SSDs in three distinct flavors: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. They will also be available in three distinct form factors: embedded module, 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch drive enclosures. Expect 100MB/s peak read speed, 40MB/s peak write… » 12/10/07 2:50pm 12/10/07 2:50pm

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

Samsung 32GB Solid State Drive Reviewed (Verdict: Great for Old Laptops)

TrustedReviews (with that name, you know you must trust them) just tested one of those mythical Solid State Drives that everybody announces but nobody actually seems to get. This 32GB Samsung SSD has an EIDE interface, which won't work with most modern laptops, but "its super fast access times are going to give you a… » 6/15/07 9:13am 6/15/07 9:13am

SanDisk Announces Cheap 32GB 2.5-inch Solid-State Drives

CeBit, the largest consumer electronics show in the world, starts up on Thursday, and it's gotten to be a favorite time for disc manufacturers to roll out 32GB 2.5-inch solid-state drives. Samsung announced its 2.5-inch 32-gig drive last year at the show, and now SanDisk is getting in on the act, with the big news… » 3/13/07 11:54am 3/13/07 11:54am

TDK Shows 32GB Flash Memory Drive for Notebooks

Samsung commanded our undivided attention when it announced its 32GB flash drive, and now TDK rolls out its interpretation of a 32GB NAND flash memory drive. This one hooks up to a standard IDE connector and fits easily into a notebook with room to spare; the drive's just 80% the size of a regular garden-variety… » 9/18/06 1:02pm 9/18/06 1:02pm