It looks like we have a new player in the solid state drive market as Panasonic silently has released “Panasonic Premium” series solid state drives. Don’t get too excited though, these are just simple rebrands of OCZ drives, using the OCZ Indilinx Barefoot M10 Controller.
We touched base with the Firefox OS team at Digital Experience and got some of the latest developments in the fledgling operating system that combines a Linux kernel with a Gecko-based user experience.
Panasonic brings to the market the all new two in one versatile Ultrabook which is sure to break the ice finally with all the amazing features packed in one small form factor. Featuring the 11.6″ Full HD, 10 finger multi touch IPS anti-glare display, the Ultrabook quite obviously reveals that Panasonic wants its customers to get the best computing experience; whether it is work related or purely for entertainment.
Yes! You got that right. The two industry giants are going to work on a new format together. Panasonic and Sony have made a step further in a strategic partnership to develop a new type of optical disc which has a recording capacity of at least 300GB and shall be released by the end of 2015. Even though it’s known that optical discs can’t compete with the speed of Flash memory or even Hard Disk Drives, the companies still quarrel that their physical properties definitely make them a better medium for archiving and long-term storage.
Panasonic has revealed their latest UHS Speed Class (Class 1), SD Speed Class (Class 10) micro SD cards and the micro SDHC UHS-1 Card series. Depending on the storage capacity its availability is ensured in different sizes (32GB/ 16GB/ 8 GB / 4GB). These cards will employ MLC type NAND Flash Memory which has the top read speed of 45MBps and writing speed of 25MBps. Panasonic has marketed their Indestructible Memory Cards with some protection and service life prolonging elements, such as…