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Delkin sneers at wimps who sit around all day debating whether it's worse to be too hot or too cold. Its new 32GB and 64GB rugged CompactFlash cards relish both extremes, with a claimed operating temperature range of -40 to +85 degrees Celsius. They achieve this by eschewing the cheaper multi-lev...

August 9th 2011 at 9:47am 0 Comments
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With Buffalo just announcing an external 8x Blu-ray burner for a manageable $399.99, we're left to wonder who in their right mind will even give this heap a second glance. Delkin has proudly revealed a BD writer that's half as quick and more expensive, with its latest toasting BD-Rs at just 4x and p...

September 23rd 2008 at 9:02am 0 Comments
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Archive master Delkin has stepped up to the plate once more, this time aiming to please those with way more horror films than a typical CD-R can hold. The Archival Gold Blu-ray recordable media is the first of its kind "guaranteed to preserve data safely for over 200 years." The 4x discs feature th...

June 13th 2008 at 8:43pm 0 Comments
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Been looking for the perfect card reader to complement that ExpressCard-less MacBook Air of yours? Well here's exactly what you aren't looking for, the ImageRouter from Delkin. This thing is built for professional photographers who need to dump pictures in a hurry, and one of these $149 monstrositi...

January 31st 2008 at 3:03pm 0 Comments
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There are already a number of solutions on the market for amateur photographers looking to offload SD- and MemoryStick-confined photos to an ExpressCard-equipped laptop (Buffalo and Y-E Data both offer such card readers), but for pros looking to transfer pics from more capacious CF cards or MicroDr...

October 2nd 2006 at 9:55am 0 Comments
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Finally, something to do with the ExpressCard slot on your MBP. Storage and digital photo accessory supplier Delkin Devices today announced their eFilm ExpressCard 34 is available for pre-orders. To be officially unveiled at Photokina and shipping Oct. 16th, the EC-34 is the first Compact Falsh-to-...

September 23rd 2006 at 5:00pm 0 Comments
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In a long overdue update to its original BurnAway device, Delkin is finally launching the new model to embrace the not-exactly-fresh technology known as DVD. While it doesn't get much of a facelift (externally or otherwise), this portable burner rocks a rechargeable battery, CD-R / RW and DVD&plusmn...

September 21st 2006 at 12:25pm 0 Comments