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Friday, 16 March 2007 19:51

New PEAK Display SD Series

Written by test1

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CEBIT 2007: A more secure Secure Digital

Imagine you have some content on your SD card you don't want to share without authorization with others, or you just want to know how much free space is left on your card without plugging it in your computer.


Peak has an answer to that. Electronic paper display allows you an adjustable 2 character personal ID and also displays 4 digit free-capacity in MB.


The cards will be available in 1 and 2 GB with reading speeds of 13MB/sec, a writing about 6, which is the ultra speed class. The SD card with 4GB capacity will be slower, and will fall in the MLC/SLC speed class.


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