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| Posted: Feb 9, 2004 2:01 am

- Kingmax's Complete Line of Super Speed SD Cards

 

KingMax handed out a press release yesterday supporting their new line of Secure Digital (SD) cards which are able to reach transmission speeds of up to 10MB/Sec. Using TinyBGA memory module packaging, sizes of the cards will range from 32 to 512MB and they are said to be completely waterproof as well as being resistant to high temperatures and pressure. The full scoop in the PR here (remembering to right click, choose "Save target as").

 


Kingmax,Taipei Feb 5,2004 - Capturing the "picture-perfect" moment usually lies in a split second, but many Secure Digital Cards (SD Cards) on the market today often cannot help you capture these moments because of slow read-write speeds. Not only is it difficult to realize the full potential of an SD card, you may miss the opportunity to record some of your finest memories. Kingmax "Super Speed" SD Cards will help you overcome these obstacles and will absolutely be the most reliable and top quality solution for all types of consumer applications.

 


- Lamps Electronics modding supply roundup

If you're into bits and pieces with LEDs which help make that case stand right out, Red & Blackness mods take a look at a few LED products by "Lamps Electronics". They are the Blue 'Lazer' LED's, UV LED's, and supporting LED fan grill.

 

Lately everyone has been throwing cold cathodes at their computers, but what about our old friend the Light Emitting Diode (L.E.D.)? Well today I'm going to be looking at 3 LED based products by 'Lamps Electronics'.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- Shuttle AN50R (nVidia nForce3 150) @ Digital Daily
- Magic of Figures, or Detective Story about Unreadable CDs @ Digit-Life

 

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