Computer & Tablets

Computer & Tablets

Memory devices keep multiple computers working together.

Computers come in all shapes and sizes. From desktops to tablets, one thing they all have in common are the slots and ports for memory. That's a good thing because in a multi-device world there's always a need to share and transfer content. USB and SD memory provide a convenient way to move and play files on various devices. Read on to explore the possibilities.

  • Laptop
  • Tablets
  • Desktop/All-in-one PC
  • Netbooks

No DVD. No problem.

Whether you're sharing music or pictures, preparing a film to watch on your TV or need to install a new program, USB sticks and SD cards have become indispensable accessories for laptops. That's because there are countless occasions when you will want to share your files with a friend or colleague or move data from one device to another. Often the most compact ultrabooks don't come with a DVD drive, so compact memory is the only way to get data on and off your laptop.

Memory for Computers: Three things to consider.

1. USB 2.0 or 3.0?
USB 3.0 sticks are 10 times faster than USB 2.0, but check your computer's compatibility before purchase.

2. Streaming video?
If you plan to play files from your SD card or USB stick, then make sure read speeds are fast enough.

3. Frequent Backups?
If you use your memory device for backups, you will need fast write speeds.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • TransMemory - U302 Black
  • TransMemory - U302 Red
  • TransMemory - U302 Blue
  • TransMemory-MX - U361 Black
  • TransMemory-MX - U361 White
  • TransMemory-EX™
  • TransMemory - U202 Aqua

Content in motion

Tablets rarely come with built-in DVD players, but almost always have a slot for microSD memory. MicroSD™ cards are useful add-ons for sharing large music, picture or video files, They come in sizes up to 64 GB and you should make sure to get high capacity and speed if you are into high-definition videos. For everyday use like sharing pictures, smaller sizes are fine.

Pro tip: How to optimise your memory.

  • Empty the cache and delete temporary files frequently with suitable apps.
  • Make regular back-ups of your files.
  • Keep files you use on multiple device on the microSD™ card with a clear version name.
  • Use the App2SD feature to move your apps to your external memory.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • High Speed Professional with Adapter
  • High Speed Professional with Adapter
  • High Speed - M102

A family affair

In many households, desktop computers are the centerpiece computing device. Increasingly, all-in-one PCs are managing multimedia computing for the whole family. Multiple users create challenges, especially in file management. Many issues can be solved when users have their own USB sticks or SD cards. That makes it easy for everyone to bring their own files to the computer when it's time to work or play and then take them with them when their finished.

Memory for Computers: Three things to consider.

1. USB 2.0 or 3.0?
USB 3.0 sticks are 10 times faster than USB 2.0, but check your computer's compatibility before purchase.

2. Streaming video?
If you plan to play files from your SD card or USB stick, then make sure read speeds are fast enough.

3. Frequent Backups?
If you use your memory device for backups, you will need fast write speeds.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • TransMemory - U302 Black
  • TransMemory - U302 Red
  • TransMemory - U302 Blue
  • TransMemory-EX™
  • TransMemory-MX - U361 Black
  • TransMemory-MX - U361 White
  • TransMemory - U202 Aqua

Small gets big

Netbooks are good because they're small. But they're small because they leave some things out, like a DVD and large hard disk. A USB stick of SD card helps get over this limitation. With a higher capacity memory, you just plug in and enjoy video streaming, tv recording and your entire music library just like on bigger computers.

Memory for Computers: Three things to consider.

1. USB 2.0 or 3.0?
USB 3.0 sticks are 10 times faster than USB 2.0, but check your computer's compatibility before purchase.

2. Streaming video?
If you plan to play files from your SD card or USB stick, then make sure read speeds are fast enough.

3. Frequent Backups?
If you use your memory device for backups, you will need fast write speeds.

Please note: The products listed below are only for your reference,  check if the given information from the device manufacturer are the same.

Recommended Products

  • TransMemory™-Mini-Black
  • TransMemory™-Mini-White
  • TransMemory™-Mini-Purple
  • TransMemory™-Mini-Redrose
  • TransMemory™-Mini-Yellow
  • TransMemory - U202 Aqua