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Lexar joins CFast 2.0 party with 3333X flash-memory card

The flash card maker now supports both of the new high-end flash card formats. Its CFast 2.0 cards reach 256GB capacity, and it's got a card reader, too.

By January 7, 2014


CFast 2.0 splits high-end flash card market

Sony and Nikon brought XQD to market last year for higher-end cameras. This week, Canon and Phase One backed a rival memory card format, CFast 2.0. SD Card will mop up the mess.

By September 20, 2012


How to build your own external hard drive

Building your own external hard drive is easy to do, can save you some cash, and offers more custom options than buying prebuilt ones.

By August 28, 2012


CompactFlash allies rally against dominant SD

Ninety-five percent of cameras today use Secure Digital memory cards. So why do CompactFlash allies think their format still stands a chance?

By December 14, 2010


Asus' new Eee PC 1004DN adds an optical drive

It's one of those things we knew we'd see sooner or later. Someone has managed to cram an optical drive into a tiny Netbook frame, and not surprisingly, Netbook pioneer Asus is behind the new system.

By March 30, 2009


Buyer beware: Solid-state drive prices vary--a lot

The solid-state drive has arrived, but its prices are all over the map. Usually, but not always, higher-price SSDs use better controllers and larger cache memory.

By January 14, 2009


SanDisk, Samsung tout new Netbook, server SSDs

SanDisk and Samsung are introducing new solid-state drives for the Netbook and enterprise markets, respectively.

By January 6, 2009


Microsoft: Windows 7 to boost solid-state drives

At WinHEC 2008, the software maker will talk about better solid-state drive support and performance on Windows 7.

By November 4, 2008


Solid-state drive gets tiny

Super Talent Technology announces low-end, tiny SSDs.

By October 23, 2008


Intel 'Turbo Memory' tries to speed up Windows

The newest version of the chipmaker's Turbo Memory is trying to do what the Vista operating system doesn't do inherently.

By August 13, 2008