Today Brando announced a 4GB SLC flash drive. Well, what’s the big deal about that…Single Layer Cell memory has been around for a long time, in fact, most flash drives are the next generation after SLC or MLC which is Multi Layer Cell flash drives. So what’s the difference?
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Computers on a stick will begin to gain popularity over the next two years. Lenovo is the most recent to offer a compu-stick. The Ideacentre 300 Stick is a 2GB of RAM computer with an Intel Atom Z3735F processor (2M cache + 1.83 Ghz) and runs Windows 8.1. The Compu-Stick can be plugged into any […]
This is a great video that explains how flash memory works. Granted, the video is very technical but does work through the concept of reading and writing data to flash. So if you have the 17 minutes to use, I suggest giving this a watch. The video does cover SLC, MLC and TLC memory and […]
I think we have all heard a USB can only be used so many times.Â Some say the number is 1,000 writes – some say the number is 100,000 writes.Â One thing I do know for sure, it’s impossible to tell on any one specific device.Â The life cycle of a USB is directly related […]
It’s a little slow today on the USB front so we’ll take a closer look at a new flash technology from Toshiba. Yesterday Toshiba announced a hybrid flash memory technology which should be a great boost for the mobile phone industry. Going along the concept of Readyboost, where by you have two memory sources working […]
The life cycle of a flash drive is a question which has been around for a long time. There are many factors which contribute to the longevity of a flash drive. Today, lets look at some. I feel there are three main components which effect the life cycle of a USB flash drive. Memory type […]
Transcend released a fine looking stainless steel flash drive – the JetFlash 180, BTW can flash drives be “fine looking?” The stainless steel chassis is fingerprint resistant so the elegance wont diminish after some grimy hand handling. Available with colored bands of green, red or blue denoting sizes of 1G, 2G and 4G. Of course […]