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Remember the CurrenKey from LaCie I showed you last year? Now LaCie has new keys that look like real keys but it’s not. The new keys named in three different nicks such as LaCie iamaKey, itsaKey, and PassKey. Unlike the first two, the last key is a microSD USB Card Reader. And the iamaKey & itsaKey available in 4GB and 8GB with pricing starts from £15.90.
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Kingston has made a quantum leap to bring 8GB MicorSD card to the world of digital media. Its new 8GB microSD High Capacity (SDHC) flash memory card boasts 4MB/sec of transfer rate and priced at about $58.
Measure at only 55 x 33 x 12 mm, the new USB card reader MR-C13 series from Elecom available in black and white body color. Coming with rectangular shape as you can see in the image, the device hosts USB cable in sleek and compact design.
Nothing stunningly amazing here (if I can say so), we just have a simple MiniSD and MicroSD (SDHC) card reader from Elecom build in a tiny package of 55x33x12mm of just 15g.
Nokia 4GB microSD Card MU-41 has been displaying on europe.nokia.com for quite some time, thank to Dave for discovering. It said that the new MU-41 compatible with N95 and E90, it is not clear whether the card compatible with N76. According to Nokia as described on its website, “This microSD card provides 4 GB of removable storage and increases your device’s available memory for data, music, and software applications.” No words yet about the pricing as well as the availability, but i am sure we don`t need a long waiting.