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It ain't flashy, but so long as you don't ever plan on having more than 1.5TB of junk to store on an external hard drive, Transcend's latest should do the trick. The StoreJet 35T promises average write speeds of 42MB/s, and the one-touch backup feature enables your mind to be at ease with the simple

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It's not exactly the most spacious 2.5-inch SSD drive available, but Transcend's new 192GB model certainly isn't any slouch either and, according to the company, it should be more than fast enough for most users as well. That's due in no small part to its SATA II interface that helps push out read

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Last September, Transcend had the bright idea of cluttering up the digital photo frame market even further with its own ho hum offering. Apparently the idea went over okay -- or the brilliant suit who decided to go for it is to prideful to admit otherwise. Either way, today we're presented with the

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Transcend certainly seems intent on keeping its T.sonic line of digital audio players well fleshed out, with it recently adding yet another model in the form of the T.sonic 650. Like all the company's other DAPs, this one's a flash-based player (packing 4GB, specifically), and it includes all the f

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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

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You won't find us complaining about newcomers joining the digital photo frame biz, so it's with open arms that we welcome Transcend to the fray. Its questionably designed T.photo 710 marks the firm's first foray into this arena, and it packs a seven-inch 480 x 234 widescreen display, 1GB of interna

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We'll admit, the last iteration of T.sonic DAPs were just a sliver above atrocious (and that's being exceedingly kind), but apparently Transcend's design team broke out of their slump on the T.sonic 840. The sleeker, sexier player touts a 1.8-inch 220 x 176 resolution color LCD, supports MTV, JPG,

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You may \"remember\" recently that memory manufacturer Transcend busted out a 16GB ExpressCard for your flash-storin', no-moving-parts-havin' delight. Well, the gang is back, and this time they're packing 32GB of solid-state action and a serious \"can do\" attitude (note: the solid-state action is real

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Shortly after releasing a 16GB SSD for ExpressCard slots, Transcend is joining SanDisk and TDK (among others) in the cost-effective 32GB arena. The company's 32GB 2.5-inch IDE solid state disc sports a \"tough outer metal case,\" anti-shock features, \"no moving parts,\" and the lower power consumption

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While we're always looking for a way to shave precious milliseconds off of our boot time, and Vista's ReadyBoost feature has proven somewhat effective at this task, it's not likely that you'll find us spending over a thousand bucks to add Transcend's 16GB SSD ExpressCard to our laptop anytime soon.

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Transcend is bustin' a play at Sony's Microvault line-up of tiny USB flash drives. As such, they want you to know that their new JetFlash T2K drive weighs just 2-grams. Not bad, but still 33% heavier than Sony's little 1.5-gram whisps of colorful NAND. Still, just like the rest, it is small, damn s

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With the big boys like Apple, SanDisk and iriver putting so much TLC into this particular market segment of mini flash DAPs, it can be bit hard to even get noticed, much less succeed. All the same, Transcend manages to squeeze a little bit of innovative functionality into its new T.sonic 820 player

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