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PQI Air WiFi memory card – bring your own memory

on Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

If you follow our ramblings, you’ll know that Julie and I both love our Eye-Fi cards (see Related Items below). The biggest issue is that they only come in set memory sizes (not a big issue because of the continuous memory function).  The PQI Air gives you the WiFi functionality to be able to browse images from your cameraRead More…

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Panasonic SD Cards Are Built Tough

on Friday, August 17th, 2012
Posted in: Camera Gear, News

With the wide range of ruggedised cameras around these days, it’s inevitable that one day something’s going to go wrong. Just one grain of sand or hair in a seal can turn your camera into a soggy mess.  Your camera can always be replaced, but what about the pictures on your SD card? Panasonic’s new rangeRead More…

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USBFever 2 in 1 OTG and USB 4GB Flash Drive

on Monday, May 21st, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

USB On The Go (OTG) is fantastic when you need additional storage or need to transfer files to or from your smartphone or tablet.  One of the things you often need is some sort of converter cable to go from USB to Mini-USB to Micro-USB.  USB Fever removes at least one of those cables you might needRead More…

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Celebrate Einstein’s 133rd Birthday with a New USB Flash Drive

on Thursday, March 15th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

Yesterday was the 133rd anniversary of Albert Einstein’s birth.  He saw so much about how the universe functions, and we’re still finding ways to prove his theories. In his honor, Mimoco is offering two new Einstein memory sticks as part of their Legends of MIMOBOT Series, featuring their stylized take on icons, geniuses, and starsRead More…

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Kingston Data Traveler 109 with urDrive Software Review

By: Mark Adkins
on Saturday, December 17th, 2011

The tiny Data Traveler 109 USB drive from Kingston comes preloaded with urDrive software “that gives you a new and exciting way to look at your data“, according to the maker. I am always interested in new and exciting ways to look at my data, so let’s take a look!

Pelican Memory Card Case Review

on Saturday, July 11th, 2009
Posted in: Gear

Flash memory cards has been around since 1990s starting with the PCMCIA format followed by smart media and compact flash formats.  Nowadays the common memory cards are compact flash, SD, memory stick, and xD.  The most popular one being SD (Secure Digital) which is widely used in digital camera, mobile phone, GPS, PDAs, media players,Read More…