PNY roll out their reference build of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680 card. Packing in the latest "Kepler" architecture and offering superlative SLI options, it's a beast of a card. Does it hit the price/performance sweet spot though? Read on to find out.
PNY has managed to re-brand the humble SDHC memory card, calling it an SDHC NetBook Memory Card, and aiming it at netbook PC users who want to increase the capacity of their lowly portable machines.
Forget that SDHCs are used in a variety of portable devices already. PNY's SDHC NetBook Memory Card comes in 8GB and 16GB capacities so is perfect for upgrading the oft-minimal built-in storage of netbook computers.
Next month, PNY is even going to upgrade its range of cards to suit netbook users. Can you tell that I've run out of things to say about memory cards and netbooks?
Over the past few years, there's been a vast army of competing memory card formats, fuelling an army of card-reader devices that let you use the most popular formats. Luckily the industry seems to be settling on SD cards as a universal format, but the choice still remains between SD, MiniSD, and the tiny MicroSD. Reports that the NanoSD, FemtoSD and YoctoSD cards are forthcoming are all false...