Displaying items by tag: MicroSD

Thursday, 24 September 2020 16:06

Western Digital expands video storage range

Storage vendor Western Digital has announced two new members of its Purple range of storage devices designed for video.

Ok, so we don't have a screen above 6-inches, while the processor isn't the most powerful, but Kogan has launched the latest model in its ultra-affordable Android smartphone and for the price, it's impressive!

Published in Home Tech

Capitalising on the royal colour purple is Western Digital, whose new Purple MicroSD card is "purpose-built" for surveillance-class, "trusted, 24/7, next-gen video capture".

Launched earlier this year in partnership with DJI, a leading UAV maker, Seagate’s new hard drive for DJI drones has flown into Australian availability at last.

Published in Home Tech

Masterful memory maker Lexar, has put together an “essential drone photography checklist” which promises to divulge what you need to know before take-off.

Published in Your Tech

Available in 16, 32 and soon 64GB capacity the class 3 microSD supports up to 4K/30fps video and burst mode action photography.

Published in Books

LG has amped up the anticipation for its the LG G4, with tons of cool features including Qualcomm’s six-core X-10 LTE 64-bit 808 processor.

Published in Mobility

If you’re going to record 4K video, you’ll need a microSD card that can cope with all that data at ultra high speeds, with Kingston’s new cards delivering the goods.

Published in Mobility

At the Huawei Mate7 launch event, I was told that the dual-SIM slots could only have one SIM working at the same time, but while the truth is that both SIM slots can indeed be used at the same time with both showing signal, there is a tiny catch.

Published in Mobility

New surveillance cameras from Axis are low-cost and easily installed, making them ideal for home and small business applications.

Published in Security

Many of the features of professional video surveillance systems are available to home users in the form of Logitech's new Alert system.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 03 September 2010 15:15

LaCie cuts flash drives down to size with MosKeyto

Have you ever wondered why USB thumb drives are so large? Someone at LaCie has.

Published in Mobility

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