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Lexar ExpressCard SSD 4GB
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Lexar ExpressCard SSD 4GB

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It’s not everyday a new way of storing files on your notebook comes along but if you have an ExpressCard slot and have been wondering what to use with it, this great little storage card from Lexar is just the thing. It’s a standard 34mm ExpressCard... >>

Lexar launches JumpDrive Secure II Plus USB flash drive

Lexar launches JumpDrive Secure II Plus USB flash drive

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Lexar Media has launched the JumpDrive Secure II Plus, a high-capacity USB flash drive designed for safely storing, transferring, and sharing files, multimedia and more. Offering the same advanced security software as original JumpDrive Secure II, including... >>

Lexar ExpressCard SSD gives you big storage in small package

Lexar ExpressCard SSD gives you big storage in small package

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Lexar has announced the introduction of its new ExpressCard SSD (solid state drive) with auto-backup software. Slotting into your laptop's ExpressCard slot, the 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB card can be used as additional storage or for Windows Vista customers,... >>

Dinky photo viewer with 1-inch screen

Dinky photo viewer with 1-inch screen

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Here's another bit of gadgetry to take up space on your desk. The Digital photo cube has a teeny tiny 1-inch by 1-inch screen. It stores up to 30 of your jpegs once you hook it up to your PC, and is designed for business to order and emblaze with their... >>

Lexar unleashes high speed CF card for yet-unannounced DSLRs

Lexar unleashes high speed CF card for yet-unannounced DSLRs

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After the recent release of its tiny SD card variation, Lexar has finally given photographers a break with new superfast CF cards. The latest addition to its Professional UDMA or Ultra Direct Memory Access range, they offer faster download speeds to the... >>

Lexar launches 4GB miniSDHC and 2GB microSD cards

Lexar launches 4GB miniSDHC and 2GB microSD cards

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Lexar has launched two new compact memory cards at 3GSM. Previously announced in January, Lexar are releasing a 4GB miniSDHC card as well as a 2GB microSD card in April. They're designed for both the mobile device market and the camcorder market. The... >>

Lexar announces 4GB and 8GB SDHC cards

Lexar announces 4GB and 8GB SDHC cards

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Those of you with shiny new camcorders are probably realising that you need an awful lot of memory when you're shooting. Lexar has released new SDHC (High Capacity) cards in both its Platinum II and Standard product lines, with 4GB models to be available... >>

Lexar launches new JumpDrive Mercury with built-in capacity meter

Lexar launches new JumpDrive Mercury with built-in capacity meter

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Lexar has launched a new series of USB flash drives called JumpDrive Mercury, which indicate on the side of the device how much memory has been used. The display uses electronic paper developed by E Ink Corporation, and doesn’t rely on an external power... >>

Lexar JumpDrive Firefly
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Lexar JumpDrive Firefly

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Flash drives are a dime a dozen these days. One gig flash drives can be bought for as little as £15, but more robust, solid-feeling models will cost double that or more. Lexar’s latest offering to the flash drive market is the JumpDrive Firefly, a... >>

Lexar recalls 66,000 USB flash drives

Lexar recalls 66,000 USB flash drives

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Lexar has been forced to withdraw several of its USB drives because the US Consumer Product Safety Commission has deemed them a "Burn Hazard". The recall involves the JumpDrive FireFLy and 1GB Secure II, and numbers about 66,000 units. The CPSC says that... >>