Kingston Technology Launches microSD Dual Adapter Pack

"Kingston Technology has launched a microSD Dual Adapter pack aimed at  maximising ease-of-use and flexibility for Mobile Flash Cards"

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News <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 15/02/07
Author: Matt Kemp
Source: Kingston

Kingston has launched a handy MiniSD adapter pack with a dual adapter bundle. This means that those of us who use the format can have maximum flexibility when using the MiniSD format in other devices.

kingston mini sd adapter

Consisting of a 1 GB microSD card, a microSD to miniSD card adapter and a microSD to full size SD card adapter - the new microSD Dual Adapter Pack [SDC/1-GB-2ADP] costs £10.60, (plus VAT) and is backed by a lifetime warranty for the 1-GB microSD card and 24/7 technical support.

Sounds pretty good value to me and would certainly be very useful to those who's phones support MiniSD, but want to connect to the various other devices they use too.

Check out the product here

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14-02-2007, 14:36:47

Mr. Popo
IBM plans to unveil a new way of putting memory on processors that it thinks will dramatically improve performance. For years, chipmakers have used SRAM on processors, but as chips grow smaller, SRAM is having a hard time keeping up. Problems are cropping up with current leakage, and designers would like to use embedded DRAM, which requires fewer transistors and is less leaky. IBM uses SOI to reduce current leakage from the transistors it builds for processors like the Power 5, and had used embedded DRAM in certain chips such as its Blue Gene processors. Processors built on IBM's 45nm manufacturing technology will be the first products able to take advantage of the embedded DRAM. Those are expected in 2008. IBM envisions putting anywhere from 24MB to 48MB of on-chip cache memory into those processors.


15-02-2007, 03:32:02

Could be interesting. Nice to see IBM moving CPU's on :)

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