This SD Card Is Hiding a Mobile Hotspot Inside

The last thing you want to do after buying yourself a sleek, ultra-slim laptop is muck up its lovely form factor with an ungainly mobile WiFi hotspot hanging off a USB port. So taking inspiration from the Eye-Fi, Huawei has cooked up its own SD card that's gutted to make room for a nano SIM slot and a HSPA+ 3G radio to … » 10/02/13 4:20pm 10/02/13 4:20pm

Build Exactly the Card Reader You Need With This Modular Hub

Most card readers boast compatibility with almost every memory card format on the planet, but odds are you only ever use a couple of them at most. So Lexar has created a modular alternative it's calling the Professional Workflow HR1, with four bays that can be customized with your choice of compact flash, SD, or XQD… » 9/09/13 1:20pm 9/09/13 1:20pm

Leave-In Compact SD Cards Boost Your MacBook's Storage Capacity

The MacBook Air's incredibly thin form factor is made possible largely in part by its use of a solid-state drive—or SSD—instead of a more traditional and thicker hard drive with moving parts. The downside is that SSDs are still considerably smaller in capacity than traditional hard drives, but PNY now has an easy way… » 8/22/13 3:20pm 8/22/13 3:20pm

Stash Your Extra SD Cards In This Adorably Tiny Leica Camera

If you're heading out for a day of shooting, or even on a vacation, it's a good idea to bring along a few extra SD cards. Not only for those times when you run out of storage, but as cheap insurance that you won't lose your shots. By swapping out cards occasionally, you're helping to ensure that if one card dies, you… » 8/08/13 6:20pm 8/08/13 6:20pm

An Itty Bitty Card Reader That Doesn't Care Which USB End Is Up

If you're rocking a classic laptop that hails from the time before SD card readers were a standard feature, Buffalo's got you covered with an incredibly petite flash card reader that promises to handle up to 45 different formats. Of coure, that's taking into account the endless varieties of SD, miniSD, and microSD… » 6/12/13 9:49am 6/12/13 9:49am

You Can Now Slap a Quarter Terabyte of Storage In Your Camera

It took a few months longer than its 256 GB compact flash card, but Lexar has finally announced a matching 256 GB SDXC card that makes it oh-so-easy to lose or misplace a quarter terabyte of photographs. To put that in perspective, if you were shooting full resolution, full quality JPGs with the Sony RX100, you'd be… » 9/21/12 2:30pm 9/21/12 2:30pm

More Photos of iPad Accessories (With Prices!)

In case you're ravenously scouring the 'tubes for more shots of the iPad accessories (keyboard dock, case, dongles), look no further. iLounge has bonus shots of all four items, and impressions of the iPad case (which they say feels cheap). » 1/28/10 1:52am 1/28/10 1:52am