Toshiba is a major player in the NAND flash memory market. Recently, they announced a new line of TransMemory® drives that boasts some serious speeds.
With read speeds of 222 MB/s and write speeds of 205 MB/s, the TransMemory drives take full advantage of USB 3.0’s incredible transfer speeds. At this rate, copying large files such as games, music, photos, and system backups will take a lot less time than ever before.
As smartphones and tablets are getting amazingly thinner and faster every day, the amount we use these devices is also increasing. That means we’re storing more data on them than ever before.
Every Android device comes with some amount of built-in memory, usually somewhere between 4GB and 16GB. Most phones and tablets have the option to expand their storage capacity with a MicroSD card slot.
However, many newer Android devices – such as Google’s Nexus family of phones – have fixed internal storage only. This can be a problem for power users, who may find themselves running out of space on their mobile devices.
USB flash drives are a convenient way to transfer information from one computer to another. But what if you need to transfer data from a computer to say, a smartphone? With the announcement of a new 2-in-1 USB flash drive from Imation, it may be time to kiss your USB cables and card readers goodbye.
Unveiled at this year’s CES Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, the 2-in-1 drive from Imation features a full size USB connector that docks into a Micro USB connector, which is found on nearly all Android-powered smartphones and tablets.
The Apple iPhone is one of the best-selling consumer electronics devices in history. The iPhone’s success is a result of its great technology paired with great design. In many ways, the slim and minimalist phone is more than just a communication device, it is also an artistic statement.
So much thought went into the design and feel of the device that it seems a shame to have to rechage the iPhone with a cable. Cables are messy. They get tangled, they’re either too short or too long, and they’re just not very pleasant to look at.
Enter the Foaster. It’s an iPhone charging dock that looks, well, like a toaster (if Apple designed kitchen appliances). With two slots for his and hers iPhones, it’s the perfect way to eliminate desktop clutter while keeping your phones juiced up.
ADATA is known throughout the USB storage industry for their uniquely styled USB flash drives. The latest addition to their product lineup comes just in time for basketball season!
Meet the starting lineup for the 2013 ADATA NBA Pro Series: Chris Paul, Jeremy Lin, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Derrick Rose, and Kevin Durant. Each of these players has a signature custom molded USB drive shaped like a basketball jersey.