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Toshiba Corporation announced three new SD flash cards, including the world’s first 32-gigabyte (GB) memory card in this high density. Alongside the 32GB SDHC card, Toshiba also announced a 16GB SDHC card and an 8GB microSDHC card. All the new cards meet the Class 4 specification in the SD Speed Class, enabling them to deliver the high level performance and functionality essential for advanced mobile phones and other personal digital products. What the Class 4 specification does is to guarantee you a minimum sustained data write of 4MB/s for all the tree new high-capacity models with up to 6MB/s maximum write speed.

Have in mind that: SDHC Memory Cards can only be used for devices that support the SD Memory Card Ver2.00 standard. SDHC Memory Cards are not backward compatible with standard SD Memory Card slots, as the file formats differ!

The 16GB SDHC card will be available worldwide from October, and the 32GB SDHC card and 8GB microSDHC card will be launched worldwide in January next year. The expected prices of the products are still unknown…

For more information about Toshiba Corp. and its products…

SanDiskrolled out the sleek SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Flash Drive. A tribute to Ducati’s distinctive Italian design and engineering, the new drive has the same glossy red chassis and black trim as the Ducati Corse team motorcycles now racking up victories on the MotoGP circuit.

The true Ducatisti as aficionados of Ducati motorcycles call themselves, will appreciate the attention to detail in the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Flash Drive, including the Ducati Corse logo on top of the drive and the red tail light that illuminates whenever the drive is inserted into the USB.

On the inside, the drive offers a generous 4 gigabytes (GB) of capacity and front-of-the-pack read and write speeds of 20 megabytes per second – the fastest of the SanDisk portfolio of consumer USB drives. In other words, there isn’t a long wait to fill the drive’s big fuel tank with documents, photos, music and other digital data.

The SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Flash Drive comes with a custom lanyard, as well as SanDisk’s RescuePRO Deluxe software for recovering data that is accidentally deleted. The drive is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and versions 10.1.2 or better of the Mac operating system.

The drive has a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $124.99 in the United States. It is expected to be available in North America and Europe in August, and worldwide in September.

For more information about the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Flash Drives…

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The USB Flash Drive Wrist Band is a fashionable and stylish mass storage device. It is shockproof and waterproof so you can wear it wherever you go and your data and information will be safe and sound. And when you need access to the date stored on the wristband just plug it into the USB port and you’ll be ready to view and change the information stored on the 512MB drive.

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These stylish worst bands are made from flexible rubber that is soft and comfortable to wear all the time. And since the data stored on the USB drive inside the wristband is always protected you won’t have to worry whatever you do…

The USB Flash Drive Wrist Bands are available in Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Orange and Purple and are priced at $25.

If you want to purchase one of these cool USB wristbands…


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