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September 27, 2006 Kingston Introduces Secure Digital High-Capacity 4GB Card
Kingston Technology Company announced it will begin producing the new Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Class 2 card and enhance the function of its existing 15-in-1 Reader to support the growing storage demands of high performance digital still cameras, digital video cameras and other high resolution image recording devices. The new SDHC memory cards are available now in 4GB capacities with a retail price of $199.00 USD through Kingston’s global network of resellers.
Prestigio has a new offering for its technologically advanced customers – its 15.4-inch widescreen Nobile 1522W notebook based on the latest breakthrough Intel® Core™2 Duo technology. This cutting-edge mobile technology provides twice the multitasking performance while using 28 percent less power so you get the benefit of a powerful dual-core notebook plus all the benefits of mobility.
September 20, 2006 Promise Offers New SCSI-to-SATA RAID 6 Storage Systems
Promise Technology announced its new Ultra 320 SCSI to Serial ATA (SATA) RAID 6 storage systems for Small to Medium Business (SMB) deploying direct attached storage for various high capacity applications. Available immediately through the company’s distribution network, the Promise VTrak™ M210p and M310p U320 SCSI to SATA RAID 6 2U 8 and 12 bay rackmount storage systems deliver resilient and advanced data protection features that proactively monitor drive status and reduce RAID rebuild time.
September 18, 2006 Hitachi Plans 1-Terabyte Drive for 2007
Hitachi GST announced an areal density achievement of 345 gigabits per square inch (Gbits/sq. in.) using perpendicular magnetic recording technology. This areal density represents an increase of more than two-and-a-half times the areal density of today's highest-capacity products. By 2009, Hitachi predicts that 345 Gbits/sq. in. would result in a two-terabyte (TB) 3.5-inch desktop drive, a 400-gigabyte (GB) 2.5-inch notebook drive or a 200-GB 1.8-inch drive.
September 07, 2006 Transcend-newDIMM
Transcend Information, Inc. announced the release of the world’s highest performance 512M/1GB DDR2 1066 MHz Non-ECC Unbuffered DIMM memory modules. With only 1.18” in height, this module can easily fit in any desktop and computer system. This super memory is specially designed for computer gamers and high-end users, and it supports Intel and AMD platforms that use DDR2-1066 modules.