Apacer, Trancsend Introduce New SDHC Cards, Steel Flash Drive
Apacer Technology introduced new 4GB Class 6 and 4/8GB Class 2 SD High Capacity flash cards. The former support 6MB/sec operation speed, while the latter support 2MB/sec speed, but offer larger storage capacity.
Compliant with SD Spec Ver. 2.0, these SDHC cards utilize the FAT 32 file system and support ECC error detection and correction, CPRM (Content Protection for Recordable Media) rights management technology, and wear leveling for extended product life. Support for ISP mode firmware loading enhances programmability, SDMI compliance allows playback of copy-protected music, and auto stand-by and sleep mode reduce power consumption to extend device battery life.
Transcend, in its turn, released a 4GB Mini SDHC Card (SD 2.0). It also supports ECC, ISP, power down and sleep modes and is backed by lifetime warranty.
The company also introduced a new stainless steel USB 2.0 flash drive, the JetFlash 180. It features SLC NAND-type flash chips (read 10~12MB/s, write 8MB/s) and measures 49.3 x 15.4 x 6.56 mm. Each JetFlash 180 comes with a short chain, so it can be hooked to a key ring. It also comes bundled with some software applications and supports PC-Lock, Secret-Zip, E-Mail, Auto-Login, Favorites, Data Backup functions.
Source: Apacer Technology, Transcend
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