At some point in our lives, we were cramming for exams that we had no chance of passing. It is unfortunate then that we did not have the Leapfrog Crammer at our disposal, which would have permitted us to create customized digital flashcards for viewing whilst listening to our tunes.
This may not be the smallest or most advanced card reader out there, but the Deskscape sure has the weirdest look. Outside of that, its reading abilities are limited to memory sticks, MMC and SD cards, and it clocks in at $30.77. If you think the unusual design and multiple color options are worth that much cash,…
SanDisk has begun shipping its 8GB microSDHC and M2 flash memory cards. The company hopes that they will find a market among users of memory-card-ready mobile phones. Available now for $140 and $150, respectively. [Electronista]
Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericsson and others pitch Universal Flash Storage, "a unified removable memory card that can be shared among various mobile, portable and other CE devices without the need for any adaptors." Yeah, just like SD, CF, Memory Stick and xD before it. [CNNMoney.com]