Transcend joins the 16GB SDHC Class 6 party

We already saw A-DATA unveil what it claimed was the “world’s first” 16GB SDHC card in the Class 6 family, and now Transcend is hitting us all up with a very viable alternative. The card guarantees a minimum write speed of 6MB/second, includes ECC to automatically detect and fix errors and sports a lifetime warranty, too. Not a lot to say beyond that — especially considering the glaring lack of a price or ship date — but we doubt you’ll be waiting too much longer before seeing this on store shelves.

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Clarion FB275BT Car Stereo

Clarion released a sleek white in color car stereo, the FB275BT. It is simple and unique as it does have any hard drive or onboard memory but a SD card slot to store your songs. Which you prefer? CD-R or SD cards? Both have there benefit actually, CD-R is cheap but use only once (unless you get a RW) and SD card you can add and delete any songs. It delivers an output of 50W x 4 channels. Aside from a FM-Tuner, this FB275BT has Bluetooth connectivity for handsfrees calling. Clarion FB275BT will be available in about two and half month time, April for $250.

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USB Optical Mouse with SD Card Reader


Sometimes the most basic convergence products can be the most useful. This is a portable mouse that includes a SD card reader. The USB cable on this optical mouse is also retractable. Add in a very sexy $11 price tag and this USB optical mouse SD card reader combination is ideal for any laptop user.

Product Page [Via Tech Digest]