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[Affiliates News] Patriot EP Pro SDHC 32GB @ aphnetworks.com
[Oct-13-12] (0 Comments)
APH Networks reviews the latest flagship SDHC card from Patriot Memory, aimed towards photography enthusiasts and professionals.
Pretec SDHC 32GB 433x Media Card @ eteknix.com
[Sep-28-12] (0 Comments)
Pretec are not as well known in the SDHC market when pittedagainst the big names, but can their cards perform just as well in thelong run?
Kingston 32GB Micro SDHC Card @ bigbruin.com
[Dec-31-10] (0 Comments)
The bottom line is that the Kingston 32GB Micro SDHC card is definitely worth considering if you want to add as much storage space to your tablet PC, smart phone, or other mobile device as is physically possible. 32GB Micro SDHC cards are not all that common yet, and the Kingston unit is a leader in terms or price and speed rating.
DXG DXG-595V 5MP 1080p HD Digital Camera/Camcorder @ monster-hardware.com
[Sep-20-10] (0 Comments)
The DXG-595V is somewhat picky about SD/SDHC support. When I first got the DXG-595V I had so many problems with spotty card usage that I actually tried to contact DXG customer service to see if there was a firmware update or at least a SD/SDHC compatibility list available. After several weeks DXG never bothered to respond to my inquiries but between Geeks and myself we determined that the DXG-595V requires SD/SDHC Class 6 media to operate. This means that those of you with older SD/SDHC Class 2, or 4 media laying around may be out of luck and have to purchase newer SD/SDHC Class 6 media.
Kingston MobileLite G2 @ aselabs.com
[Feb-18-10] (0 Comments)
Most consumer electronic products that use flash memory have moved to SD/SDHC media and with the convergences comes products that can be smaller and portable. Kingston produced an update to the original MobileLite brand of portable card reader known as the MobileLite G2 and this is the focus of the review.
Patriot Duplicator 16GB SDHC Card @ bigbruin.com
[Jun-17-09] (0 Comments)
This review will focus on an SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card from Patriot Memory. This card can be used like any other SDHC card, but it also includes software that allows the user to automatically back up their data. The Patriot Duplicator SDHC card is available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB sizes, and we will be taking a look at the 16GB version.
SanDisk 16GB SDHC Netbook Memory Card @ legitreviews.com
[Jun-13-09] (0 Comments)
If you were an early adapter of a netbook computer, you have likely found that the storage space available on your netbook to be inadequate. Many of the Asus Eee PC 700 and 900 netbooks shipped with just 4GB Solid State Drives (SSDs) inside, which doesn't last long at all in this age of digital media. Since these netbook models don't use or offer a traditional 2.5
SanDisk Extreme III 4GB SDHC Flash Card @ legitreviews.com
[Mar-29-09] (0 Comments)
The SanDisk Extreme III memory SDHC was designed from the ground up for DSLR camera users as the card features read/write speeds of up to 30MB/second. This means that when shooting in rapid succession (your camera’s continuous shooting mode) the memory card should be able to keep up! Once you are done with your photo shoot you can then offload the photo/video content you shot at record rates with a card reader like the SanDisk ImageMate Multi-Card USB 2.0 Reader/Writer that supports cards of this speed. To top it all off the Extreme III also has write protection security feature that will not allow anyone to erase your files unless authorized. SanDisk Extreme III Secure Digital cards are available in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities, but today we are taking a closer look at the 4GB version...
SanDisk 16GB Mobile Ultra microSDHC Card @ legitreviews.com
[Feb-28-09] (0 Comments)
The SanDisk 16GB Mobile Ultra microSD card (part number SDSDQY-016G-A11M) comes with a SanDisk MobileMate Micro card reader makes switching devices simple. By inserting the microSDHC card into the MobileMate it can then be used in a computer or any device with an open USB port. This feature is nice for those that want to take pictures straight from their phone and look at them on a TV or digital picture frame as it can be done in seconds and nothing else needs to be purchased...
[Affiliates News] ATP ProMax II SDHC Class 6 2GB @ aphnetworks.com
[Oct-16-08] (0 Comments)
Here's some food for thought:Why bother with a 2GB SDHC cardand sacrifice compatibility advantages of a regular Secure Digital memorycard? If you already know the answer, carry on. If you don't, I won't keepyou waiting for all too long. Although Secure Digital High Capacity -- orotherwise SDHC -- cards have the same physical format as a standard SD card,they are not backwards compatible with drives that don't specifically supportSDHC. The reason behind this is different memory addressing methods. SD1.xcards uses byte addressing, while SD2.0 uses sector addressing whichtheoretically allows maximum capacity of up to two terabytes. Compatibilityand technical issues aside, SDHC cards may yield much better file performancecompared to SD cards; and SDHC cards are thus classified into Class 2, 4, or6 depending on their minimum write speed by the SD Association. Yes, it maybe weird that we have a 2GB sized ATP ProMax II Class 6 SDHC cards for ourtests today, as this product scales all the way up to 8GB according to ATP'sproduct page. That aside, let's take a close look at the ATP ProMax II SDHCClass 6 2GB, and then we'll put it to the tests.
PQI 8 GB Class 6 SDHC @ techpowerup.com
[Sep-09-08] (0 Comments)
PQI's newest class 6 SDHC card is aimed at those looking for a cheap and fast storage card. Being a competitively priced class 6 card it is definitely worth considering if you are looking to upgrade your camera or other write intensive devices' memory.
Lexar 8 GB Class 2 SDHC @ techpowerup.com
[Aug-07-08] (0 Comments)
Lexar's new entry level 8 GB SDHC card is quite unique. It is both reasonably priced and offers really good performance for a
A-DATA SDHC Class 6 Eee PC Edition 8GB @ aphnetworks.com
[Jul-11-08] (0 Comments)
So here's the deal, guys:You bought an Asus Eee PC, and you got all the 'oohs' and 'ahhs' from your non-geek friends who've never seen such a thing you ever wanted. What now? One of the biggest 'problems' faced by majority of Eee PC users with regards to current generation Asus Eee PCs comes down to storage capacity limitations of the subnotebook's flash SSD -- with configurations starting at 2GB and the higher end (Read:More expensive) models consisting of a 4GB Silicon Motion solid state disk, it's not hard to imagine that you're running low on disk space even after an nLited installation of Windows XP, plus a few programs to boot. I have an Asus Eee PC 4G; and with a somewhat slimmed down version of Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Office 2000 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) with minimal features, Foxit Reader, Firefox, Windows Live Messenger, Wavelab Lite -- just to name a few off my head -- already used up 2.5GB. How about some multimedia files such as music, videos, and pictures? Good luck with that. Well, thankfully, Asus had considered that already with the Eee PC and incorporated a SD/SDHC card slot that's can accommodate a card fully engaged into the unit with no edges left sticking out. It's very convenient, and solves the storage problem fairly well. But what card are you going to use? A-DATA presents to you their solution. The A-DATA SDHC Class 6 Eee PC edition cards are designed for this very purpose. My Eee PC is white in color, and these white colored cards will fit the scheme just perfectly -- along with a performance of excellent read and write performance, how will it step up to its task? Let's jump right into our A-DATA SDHC Class 6 Eee PC Edition 8GB flash memory card review.
A-DATA S701 & SDHC Eee PC Editions @ techpowerup.com
[May-03-08] (0 Comments)
A-DATA's S701 & SDHC card Eee PC Edition are themed flash storage parts which go especially nice with the ASUS Eee PC subnotebook. The SDHC card is a Class 6 Device which means it can offer write speeds up to 6 MB/s. Both come at no price premium over the non-EeePC branded variants.
A-DATA Turbo Series 16GB SDHC Card @ techpowerup.com
[Nov-27-07] (0 Comments)
A-DATA has recently released a 16 GB SDHC storage card, which is the biggest capacity available on the market. Their card offers not only plenty of storage, it is also extremely fast. Even though it is specified as Class 6 with 6 MB/s, we saw amazing 18 MB/s read and 10 MB/s write speeds.
Patriot @ techpowerup.com
[Jun-20-07] (0 Comments)
Patriot is showing off a few very interesting and spacious USB flash devices at their booth. These have a capacity of up to 16 GB. The same goes for their SDHC card present. You will also find DDR3 up and running, for example DDR3 1500 MHz and DDR2 1262.5 MHz in their display case.
U-TEK 8-Gigabyte SDHC card @ xtremecomputing.co.uk
[Feb-05-07] (0 Comments)
A quick look at the cards photo rating for this camera (1130pictures at 10MP) shows me something is wrong here, but with the experiencewith the Treo 680 I decided to go ahead and start snapping to see if once Iwent over that magic 1130 photos the card would be recognised as 8 gigrather than the reported 4 the camera was reporting. This is what happenedwhen I put it in the Treo, it only registered as a 4 gig until I had used upand copied over 4 gigs of material to the device
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