Most, if not all digital cameras today make use of some form of memory card to store pictures. Did you know that these cards have different transfer rates that helps to determine the responsiveness of your camera? Here's a brief article about these storage mediums.
Strontium, a Singapore-based company, has officially announced that they have launched their finest and fastest range of super fast NITRO PLUS microSD and SD cards in Malaysia.
Kingston has announced its latest HyperX lineup, the HyperX Impact memory for notebook PCs and small form factor PCs. The HyperX FURY, on the other hand, is an entry-level SSD for gamers and consumers.
One of the best known memory manufacturers, Apacer, is participating in this year's COMPUTEX 2014. They're showcasing a diverse range of innovative solutions here. Find out what's new from Apacer by clicking the link.
Samsung has started mass production of its new 3D V-NAND flash memory, which has better write endurance and is more power-efficient than current-generation flash memory.
KINGMAX has announced their latest lineup of SSD and RAMs. Equipped with the latest technology, these solutions are more than capable of meeting your needs. Click the link for more information.
According to Kingston and Nanya, DRAM chips are expected to fall short of demand in the third quarter of 2014. Full details inside.
Toshiba has announced the world's fastest microSD UHS-II cards in 32GB and 64GB capacities with maximum read speeds of 260MB/s and 145MB/s respectively, and maximum write speeds of 240MB/s and 130MB/s.
Kingston unveils its latest entry-level gaming memory lineup at PAX East 2014.
Corsair today held its first product seminar in Malaysia, where many of its latest PC components and gaming peripherals were showcased to the media and invited guests at the Melia Kuala Lumpur.