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Week of September 7, 2008

Sprint HTC Touch Diamond First Look Review

When we looked at the GSM HTC Touch Diamond that was released overseas in June 2008, we liked what we saw, with a few caveats. The smartphone featured HTC's new TouchFLO 3D user interface, which could be a tad laggy at times (much improved with subsequent ROM updates). It also didn't support high speed data in the US, so we were stuck surfing the web at EDGE speeds, which are comparable to 1xRTT in the Sprint world. The phone's gloss diamond back, though very attractive, attracted and tenaciously held onto fingerprints. Lastly, battery life was OK but not great. Well, say hello to Sprint's little friend, the Sprint HTC Touch Diamond that remedies all these problems. Nice. (Source: Lisa Gade, Mobile Tech Review)
Posted Wednesday, September 10 2008 by ChrisD
Rating: 3 Comments ()


Kingston Technology Adds Two New Solutions To Enhance Mobile Memory Line

8GB Multi-Kit and 4GB microSDHC Card plus USB Reader Allow Versatile Storage, Transfer Options

Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced it is shipping an 8GB Multi-Kit as well as a 4GB microSDHC card plus USB reader combination. Designed especially for the mobile consumer, the two new products make transferring and saving files between mobile phones and multiple electronic devices easy and convenient.

"Our new 8GB Multi-Kit is a terrific all-in-one solution that combines a large capacity microSDHC card with dual adapters and a handy USB reader, said Jean Wong, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. "Additionally, the 4GB microSDHC card plus USB Flash reader makes transferring or 'side-loading' digital content between a PC and mobile phone a snap, plus it's small and easy to carry around.

Kingston's versatile 8GB Multi-Kit features an 8GB microSDHC card along with mini- and full-size SD adapters and a USB reader that allows consumers to store large amounts of data on a single card while utilizing adapters to easily convert the card for use on multiple device platforms.

Designed to manage the multitude of content choices available to mobile phones, the 4GB microSDHC card plus USB reader provides a quick and easy way to store videos, photos, songs, ringtones and other applications. The ultra-small USB reader can be attached to a mobile phone via the included key loop.

Both products are covered by a lifetime warranty* and Kingston's free 24/7 technical support.

microSDHC card Features and Specifications:
- Compliant: with the SD Specification Version 2.00
- Versatile: 8GB Multi-Kit can be used as a full-size
  SDHC card with write protection or as a miniSDHC
  card to transfer data
- Compatible: with microSDHC, miniSDHC and SDHC
  host devices; not compatible with standard microSD
  /miniSD/SD-enabled devices/readers
- File Format: FAT 32
- Reliable: lifetime warranty*
- Capacity**: 4GB, 8GB
- Dimensions: 0.43" x 0.59" x 0.039"
  (11mm x 15mm x 1mm)
- High-Speed Class Rating: Class 4: 4MB/sec.
  Minimum data transfer rate
- Operating Temperature: -13F to 185F
   (-25C to 85C)
- Storage Temperature: -40F to 185F (-40C to 85C)
- Weight: 0.1 oz (2.7g)
- System Requirements: System with USB support,
  Windows Vista (ReadyBoost not supported),
  Windows 2000 (SP4), WinXP (SP1, SP2), Mac OS X
  (10.3.x and higher)

Kingston 8GB Multi-Kit 
Part Number: MBLY/8GB
MSRP: $ 39.00

4GB microSDHC Card + USB Reader
Part Number: FCR-MRB+SDC4/4GB
Black Flash Card Reader + Class 4 microSDHC card
MSRP: $ 22.00

* 10-year warranty in France, Germany and Austria
** Please note: Some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. For more information, please consult Kingston's Flash Memory Guide at kingston.com/Flash_Memory_Guide.

For more information on Kingston or its products visit the Web site at: www.kingston.com.  (Source: Press Release)


Posted Wednesday, September 10 2008 by ChrisD
Rating: 3.11 Comments ()

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