Articles about memory card

Samsung EVO Plus MicroSDXC Review
microSD memory cards offer the benefit of easily expand storage capacity for mobile devices (and even laptops) easily and relatively cheaply. With more and more demanding applications such as 4K video recording, more and more users pay close attention to the performance of the memory cards they buy. That is where the new Samsung EVO Plus microSDXC offering is interesting: it offers theoretical speeds of 100/90 MB/s (R/W)* which is […]

Microdia 512GB MicroSD Memory Card Out This July
Just how much memory is enough? I suppose “one more GB” would be the apt answer, and hence, it makes perfect sense for Microdia to actually cram in a whopping 512GB into a solitary microSD memory card, now how about that for a technological achievement? This particular microSD memory card is touted to be released later this July, and it will not be targeting any other ordinary user out there, […]

Toshiba EXCERIA 1000x CompactFlash Memory Card
Toshiba has just their latest EXCERIA 1000x CompactFlash Memory Card, which so happens to be a versatile memory card that enables photographers to shoot as well as store more photos every single second while they are up and about on their jobs. Not only that, one is able to enjoy a smoother high-definition video experience as well as being able to share images at a far faster rate than ever […]

SanDisk 128GB SDXC memory card
[CES 2012] Bigger is better, right? That is what SanDisk believes when it comes to flash memory storage, and hence they have announced the 128GB SDXC memory card which has enough space to stash away up to 10 hours of Full HD 3D video, which is more than enough to film through an entire sitting of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy (standard edition), leaving some room to goof around […]


Europe misses out on 32GB PS Vita cards
Yes, we do know that Sony’s latest handheld console, the PS Vita, has a rather commendable launch lineup, and one of the must-have accessories for this particular device would be the PS Vita memory card which stubbornly retains Sony’s love for proprietary formats. Basically, without a memory card for the PS Vita, you might as well not play any game since there is no where else to save it, and […]

PlayStation Vita supports multiple PSN accounts…with multiple memory cards
If you’re annoyed about having to purchase Sony’s proprietary memory cards for the PlayStation Vita you’re going to be even more annoyed if you choose to purchase games using different regional accounts: it has been confirmed that each memory card can only be tied to one online account. So this means that one Vita will be able to handle multiple accounts – just that if you plan to use a […]

Sony defends PlayStation Vita memory card prices
A few days ago, news of the PlayStation Vita memory card prices broke out and as expected – people weren’t too happy about it. Well, Sony Division 2 Software Development’s Head, Muneki Shima has decided to explain the reasoning behind the Vita using proprietary memory cards. Firstly, Sony can ensure that all gamers are guaranteed the same performance since they can set the read/write speeds of the cards as opposed to […]

PlayStation Vita memory cards are pricey
If there’s one thing that annoys consumers about certain Sony products, it’s got to be the company’s use of proprietary memory sticks. Well, it looks like Sony hasn’t learnt their lesson with the PlayStation Vita. In case you didn’t know, the Vita will store files on Sony-branded memory cards instead of going with something more common like microSD, and like the Sony Memory Sticks of yesteryear – they aren’t going […]

SD Old School Photo Album
You snap photos using your digital camera, and for most of us, we stash it away in a directory on our hard drives somewhere, hardly going back to it. Well, perhaps a bunch of you out there do print out some photos from time to time, especially that of special occasions, and that means going back to a world of physical archives in the form of photo albums. With the […]

Toshiba FlashAir: world's first SDHC card with embedded wireless LAN functionality
Aren’t you just tired of having to dig up that memory card reader or data cable for your camera each time you want to transfer your photographs to your computer? Since cameras don’t normally come with that ability (unless you use your phone as your camera), companies have decided to take the other route by implementing wireless transfer capabilities into the memory cards instead. Companies like Eye-Fi have been doing […]

Delkin 64GB SDXC memory card is fastest in the world
We are rather wary when a particular manufacturer claims that their handset is the thinnest in the world, or in this case, Delkin with their 64GB SDXC UHS-I memory card which is touted to be the “fastest in the world”. The new 64GB 633X rated card was specially built for streaming HD and 3D video applications, where it is able to hit speeds of up to 45MB/s and read at […]

USB Mixtape Memory Card
Memory cards are dime a dozen, so why not attempt something different than with the USB Mixtape Memory Card? This is one of the more interesting peripherals out there that take the road less traveled, where it will also help those who grew up during the 1990s reminisce about the good ol’ days. After all, back then, the mixtape was a pop culture, and proved to be the tool that […]

Duracell Extender gives PS3 Slims memory card slots and more USB ports
The PlayStation 3 is a beast of a machine, or at least it was before Sony stripped its four USB ports down to two removed the memory card reader altogether in order to cut down on production costs and lower the MSRP from $600 at launch to a more affordable $400 and now $300. For those who miss the lost ports on their PS3 Slims, Duracell is stepping in to […]

Sony SRMemory card gets 1TB model
Sony has certainly done their bit to make sure that stereoscopic 3D will permeate every corner of our lives, especially during their CES 2011 announcements. Apart from their range of 3D TVs, 3D camcorders, and 3D cameras, there is also a new SRMemory card which will prove useful for storing 3D content, especially with 1TB of storage space. The new SRMemory card is a speed demon by any means, capable […]

Lexar introduces its 32GB Class 10 high-speed microSDHC card
[CES 2011] Digital cameras out there are pretty useless unless you have a memory card to store the pictures in. Now Lexar has introduced its 32GB Class 10 microSDHC card that is designed for mobile devices, a card that is capable of reading data at 20MB/s and writing data at 10MB/s, more or less double the write speed of the current batch of Class 4 cards that operate at 4MB/s. […]

Lexar’s SDXC memory card can store 128GB of data
[CES 2011] Lexar will be unveiling their upcoming SDXC card at CES 2011 this week, and will be putting them on sale later this quarter. Targeted at professionals, Lexar’s SDXC memory cards will have capacities of 64GB and 128GB. With most consumer devices now only supporting up to 32GB SD cards, it’s probably going to be awhile before these cards become standard, but for now they will remain as products […]

PQI Announces 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card
PQI is jumping into the next generation SDXC memory card format, which is based on the SD card format and resembles an SD card, but would allow up to 2 TB worth of storage on a postage-sized memory card though 2 TB SDXC storage still has not yet been accomplished. For its part, PQI is launching a 64 GB SDXC card, which is rated as a class 10 card. The […]

Patriot Announces Class 10 16 GB, 32 GB micro SDHC Memory Cards
Patriot Memory has announced a fast class 10 memory card in 16 GB and 32 GB varieties in the micro SDHC format. The cards are part of Patriot’s LX series and are covered by a 5-year warranty. Both cards will fit with a microSD to SD adapter, allowing the smaller memory cards to be readable in devices with an SD card slot. The 32 GB card is said to be […]

Dell Venue Pro Has A microSD Memory Card Slot
The issue of finding a memory card slot on Windows Phone Devices is an interesting one as there always seems to be a treasure hunt to find the memory card slot or figure out how to get it to work properly on such devices. Next up a user has managed to find the microSD card slot hidden in the Dell Venue Pro, though it seems that you’ll need to slice […]

HTC 7 Mozart Gets A Memory Card Upgrade After Disassembly
We already know that trying to swap out the microSD card in Windows Phone 7 devices isn’t a simple task, though the surgery was successfully performed on a HTC HD7. Now an owner of a HTC 7 Mozart has done something similar, putting the device under the knife and swapping out the concealed 8GB SanDisk microSD card to a 32GB one. It definitely wasn’t a simple task, but apparently the modder […]