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Engadget: Lexar unveils 32GB Class 10 microSDHC card, quick-fingered Android users celebrate

Lexar. It's Where Memory Matters. And it's also the only game in town to introduce a Class 10 microSDHC card.

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Lexar reveals Echo MX and ZX USB 'no-touch' backup drives

Engadget: One-touch backup? Pssh. That's so 2010. Lexar is revealing its second CES introduction this morning with the uncovering of its Echo MX and ZX high-speed backup devices. Both units provide 'no-touch backup' along with 128-bit AES encryption, with the MX offering an always-on capacity meter, built-in Echo backup software and speeds of up to 28MB/s (read) and 10MB/s (write). It'll play nice with both Mac and PC platforms and will ship later this quarter in capacities of 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB (priced from $44.99 to $499.99).

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Lexar Media reveals 64GB and 128GB Class 10 SDXC cards

Engadget: Man, it feels like yesterday that we first heard of SDXC and its mythical promise of providing 2TB of storage along with 300MBps transfers. Truth be told, that was at CES two years ago, and here we are 24 months later oohing and ahhing over 128GB. Ah, the pains of (sluggish) progress.

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fatstarr4809d ago

all for the low low low low low low price of 700$