All posts tagged: memory card

CalDigit TS3 Plus Thunderbolt 3 Station Review

All-in-one computers like the iMac – even the iMac Pro – rarely have enough ports to satisfy our needs. CalDigit’s small-footprint, cast-aluminium Thunderbolt Station 3 Plus is – what we usually call – a dock that adds a whopping 15 ports to any Thunderbolt 3 machine. The options go beyond the conventional, expanding connectivity as well as charge laptops.

Crucial’s MX500 is fastest ever SSD

The newest SSD Crucial recently released has Micron’s new 64-layer NAND memory and is the first high-speed SSD to leave the factory since the Lexar brand was sold. The MX500, as it’s called, is in some tests the fastest SSD currently available. It’s so fast that it suffers from the performance limitations of its form factor, which is a 2.5in SATA disk.

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Lexar media discontinued: what’s with your guarantee?

Micron Technology, Lexar’s parent company, announced that it is discontinuing its Lexar retail removable media storage business. The Lexar portfolio includes memory cards, USB flash drives, readers, and storage drives for retail and OEM customers. Micron is exploring opportunities to sell all or part of the Lexar business. The company said it will continue to provide support to existing customers through the transition period. Customers should contact their Lexar sales representative to discuss specific requirements. Except for the fact that it’s a real pity Lexar media won’t be what it used to be — even if the company is sold to someone else, who knows what it will do to the quality of the products? — these statements are pretty vague, so I contacted Lexar myself and asked them to clarify. Marc Musgrove, Head of Global PR Corporate Marketing at Micron Technology, said: “I know there’s been a bit of discussion on warranties, so I wanted to just clarify on this point: Micron will honour the Lexar end-user warranties and continue to provide customer support …