Lexar has released a lot of new memory kit over the past few weeks and all are impressively fast – this USB-C/USB-3.0 combo can achieve a blistering 150MB/s read and 60MB/s write speeds.
The new Macbook has one USB-C type connector. Kingston have released a dual USB C and USB 3.1 flash drive in 16, 32, and 64GB capacities to work with it.
Leaked photos of Apple’s superthin 12-inch MacBook and powerpack have emerged, while separately, Core M performance compares nicely to 2011's MacBook Air with Core i7.
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