You probably heard of WD Purple hard drives that are designed for 24/7, always on security systems. Now they have just announced the WD Purple microSD card for devices with continuous real-time duty.
Sony has announced a 64GB microSD card that’s apparently engineered for better sound quality in it’s bid to further corner the ‘high resolution audio’ market. Not too long ago at CES Sony also introduced a $1,200 Walkman and this memory card is likely built to be a companion accessory for it.
We don’t know how exactly a card like this would work but the Japanese electronics giant claims that this audiophile-friendly memory card is quieter than the rest by producing less electrical noise when reading data. The SR-64HXA is a Class 10 microSDXC card of which Sony has already been selling elsewhere for more reasonable prices at lower capacities. Doesn’t seem like anyone else has come up with such a card but if you’re willing to go for standard faire there’s plenty of cheaper cards you could gun for.
The new card will sell at a price of a whopping 18,500 yen (about RM 567) will hit the stores in Japan on March 5th.
The Moto X is Motorola’s top of the line offering but it comes with just 2,200mAh capacity battery that’s non-removable. If you need more juice without carrying a bulky power bank, Mugen Power has introduced a new 2,800mAh capacity power case, giving your device a total capacity of 5,000mAh at your disposal. The case is quite rugged too which doubles up as extra protection for the smart phone.
The good news doesn’t just end there. The case also comes with an extra microSD slot which is pretty convenient considering the Moto X lacks expansion memory slot.