New review by me on Technogog…
“Up for review today I’ve got another USB 3.0 flash drive, this one is from Kingston and it’s called the DataTraveler microDuo and it’s 16gb in capacity. This drive is tiny and offer very fast read speeds but what makes it special is the fact that is also has a microUSB connector built-into it so you can use it as external storage for your phone or tablet. Read on to learn more… ”
yep, another review:
“Up for review today I’ve got the Corsair Flash Voyager Mini which is a 16gb USB 3.0 flash drive. This drive looks nice with a metal brushed housing and it does have decent read speeds but sadly the write speeds are horrible. Read on to learn more.. ”
New review by me over on Mobility Digest:
Quote: "I think microSD cards are the most popular type of storage out there for mobile related products and their prices are coming down lower and lower. I don’t know about you, but I’m always on the lookout for deals and I never seem to have enough storage for my portable devices. Recently a company I never head of, Tmart, approached me asking to review some of their products and one of them they offered was a very inexpensive 16gb microSD card so that’s what I have for review today. The card is a no-name brand but it’s a class 6 card, and I was very curious to see how an off-branded and very inexpensive card might compare to name brand ones so I said sure I’ll review it. So read on for a quick review… "
New review by me!
Quote:" Everything anymore uses some type of memory card and can remember when they were rather expensive but now you can get them very cheaply, and that’s name brands not just off-brands. Most cameras use a stand SD or SDHC memory card, which is nice but I’ve found not all are created equal and the type you get or need to get depends on what you’re going to be doing. Memory cards come with speed class ratings, and considering most things these days are HD you’ll most likely want at least a Class 10 card which is meant for most any type of HD shooting be it video of consecutive stills. Today for review I’ve got the 16gb Sony Class 10 SDHC memory card which is not only rated at class 10 obviously but Sony boasts the card can reach speeds of up to 22mb/s. I’ve put it up against the 16gb class 10 card I’ve been using for comparison and I’ve found the Sony card actually went slightly over that 22 mb/s, which is a very good thing. So read on especially if you’re looking for an inexpensive and fast memory card for your cameras…."
"Today I’ve got a quick review for you of something that’s not exactly exciting but it’s something I think we all use and need at sometime or another. I’ve never heard of Integral, or at least I don’t recall the name, but I have their 16gb Ultimapro Class 10 SDHXC memory card for review today. "
Another review by me on TestFreaks..
"Up for review today I’ve got a quick one for you, it’s a microSDHC card from ADATA. The card is class 10 and it’s 16gb in capacity. Storage is a necessity in this day and age of portable devices, I know I never have seem to have enough room for everything. The problem is speed, you want a fast card not only for transfers but for access as well. So read on to see how this ADATA I have for review does… "