As with most Apple offerings, the option to get increased storage space for new Mac notebooks are insanely expensive. Sure, external drives are cheap nowadays, but it would be more convenient if you didn’t have to carry another gadget around.
Card readers can be a pain to lug around. I’ve had my share die on me when I needed them, which is when I switched to a SanDisk card reader that never leaves my desktop. Still, this new one from Lexar looks pretty nifty since it looks like the card reader can slide out of the house and back away when it’s not in use.
The Flix on Stix scheme is simple: customers bring their own USB drive or SD card to a kiosk and rent a digital copy of the movie/s they want. Payment is made via credit card. The files will then delete themselves when the specified number of days are up.
This is definitely the biggest SD card I’ve ever seen. But despite its ridiculous size, it can only store 60 photos.
This giant-size SD card is actually a photo album for holding on to your 4″x6″ photo prints.
The latest pocket gaming system isn’t from Nintendo or Sony, but from an upstart little Korean outfit called MyRacer. Their new MF101 portable looks like another media player on the surface, but under the hood, it’s a pocket-sized arcade system.
If you have to have a memory card reader or USB hub hooked up to your computer, there’s no reason it needs to be ugly. These new devices from Hong Kong’s Podera blend utility with a clean, contemporary design aesthetic.
This add-on for the Nintendo DS not only lets you play MP3 files, but it lets you run tons of homebrew games on the portable console.
Datel’s Games ‘n’ Music plugs into the DS and gives you an easy way to play custom games and apps on the DS and DS Lite.
Samsung today has announced the highest capacity microSD memory cards yet, with a full 8 gigabytes of storage.
The high speed memory cards can store up to 2,000 typical MP3 tracks, 5 DVD quality movies, or 4,000 digital photos.
Normally, I couldn’t think of a less interesting computer accessory than a memory card reader. Leave it to the design wizards at Boynq to change my mind on that.
Their $30 Toastit is a 27-in-1 memory card reader that bears a striking resemblance to a retro-modern toaster.
Philips latest portable DVD player has added a feature that just might convince me to pick one up. In addition to the usual DVD player and LCD screen, the player has a sleek integrated dock for your iPod.