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´╗┐SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSDXC Card

In June 2012, SanDisk announced the worlds fastest microSDHC mobile memory card with the introduction of the SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHSI card series. The cards were available in just 8GB and 16GB capacities, but made up for the rather small sizes by being incredibly fast. We are talking up to 95 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write, so it was ideal smartphone and tablet users who wanted to boost their devices storage capacity while enjoying the fastest mobile experience. Over the past year the need for larger capacity memory cards have increased, so it shouldnt come as a surprise to anyone that SanDisk announced new 32GB and 64GB microSDXC UHSI memory cards that are part of the SanDisk Extreme Pro series.

The SanDisk Extreme microSDHC/microSDXC UHSI series is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. The MSRP ranges from $59.99 for the 16GB card to $199.99 for the 64GB card, but the street pricing is significantly lower and ranges from $30 to $102 shipped.

SanDisk Extreme 16 GB microSDHC SDSDQX016G $30.13 shipped

SanDisk Extreme 32 GB microSDHC SDSDQX032G $49.18 shipped

SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDHC SDSDQX064G $102.22 shipped

The 32GB/64GB cards are rated up to 80 MB/s read and 50 MB/s write, but the 16GB card is a tad slower with speed ratings of up to 80 MB/s read and 30 MB/s write. These speeds arent as fast as the SanDisk Extreme Pro microSDHC cards that were released last year, but they are still very fast. So fast, that SanDisk says that this is the worlds fastest 64GB microSDXC memory card!

The card that we were sent to review was the 64GB version that is sold under part number SDSDQX064G. This card is class 10 and UHS Speed Class 1 rated UHS104. We werent sent a retail package, but rather a reviewers kit that came with the SanDisk memory card and a pair of ocular lenses for smartphones and cameras. This was a nice gesture and something to try out on our smartphones, but sadly they attach magnetically. Our Apple iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note II all dont have any metal around the lens, so they wont stay attached. The retail packaged cards will come with the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHSI Memory Card, SD adapter, jewel case, and RescuePRO Deluxe software download.

SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHSI 64GB Card Features:

Get unparalleled performance for your smartphone or Tablet

Fastest transfer speed at 80 MB/s read and 50 MB/s write

Featuring Class 10 for 3D and Full HD video 1080p

Superior Photo, Full HD Video and App Performance

Engineered with UHSI bus architecture

Waterproof, temperature proof, Xray proof, shock proof

The SanDisk Extreme microSDXC card is compatible with any microSDHC or microSDXCslotted device, so you can us it on thousands of devices without any issues. If you use it on older devices you might be speed limited by the host device, but one is usually always limiting the other.

Flipping the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHSI card over you can see some of the trace routes on the black PCB and then the eight pins needed for operation. As we already mentioned this is a UltraHigh Speed USH memory card. We were told by SanDisk that this UHSI card UHS104 interface, which means it supports a clock frequency of 208MHz. Lets take a look at how this card performs!

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´╗┐Chancellor Biddy Martin

University of WisconsinMadison Chancellor Biddy Martin, who built a reputation as a visionary thinker and defender of the universitys role as global public research institution, announced today Tuesday, June 14 that shes leaving the university to become president of Amherst College.

Martin, who came full circle at UWMadison when she became chancellor after earlier earning her doctoral degree here, made the announcement in an email to UWMadison faculty, staff and students earlier today.

The decision to leave UWMadison is one of the most difficult decisions I have ever made, Martin said in the statement. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here, and am honored to have served as chancellor of this great institution.

Martins term as UWMadison chancellor will end in the coming weeks. She plans to assume her new position at Amherst, in Amherst, Mass., at the end of August.

Martin was named chancellor of UWMadison on June 5, 2008. Among her many achievements in just three years at UWMadison, the one with perhaps the most lasting impact was her push for a new business model for the university, which she called the New Badger Partnership.

Nearly two years ago, Martin recognized the states serious financial crisis and made a convincing case for new administrative flexibilities that would allow Wisconsins higher education institutions to better manage their limited resources. Those changes will offer an important first step toward granting all UW System institutions critical flexibility to manage their finances.

The new flexibilities mark a significant shift from previous budgets, which, in four of the last five biennia, have resulted solely in cuts to higher education in Wisconsin. They give UW institutions the opportunity to be better stewards of their resources.

With the debate about the New Badger Partnership, Martin launched a discussion about the importance of a public research university in a changing economy, one that will continue and will lead to new strategies for keeping Wisconsin institutions at the forefront. Through her work during the past three years, she has improved the relationship between UWMadison and leaders in the state Capitol, spending time working with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle on matters important to higher education in Wisconsin.

Martins work on the New Badger Partnership followed close on the heels of her success in marshaling support from students, faculty, staff and the UW System Board of Regents for the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates a tuition increase to support and improve the quality of undergraduate education offered at UWMadison.

The initiative was intended to increase needbased financial aid through combination of tuition and private philanthropy, as well as to increase faculty positions in areas that had been hit in recent years by budget cuts or to clear bottlenecks in certain highdemand courses. It also served to help increase diversity among the faculty, improve student advising and encourage innovation in the curriculum.

Martin has had an especially strong relationship with UWMadisons students, proving her accessibility by spending time interacting with them directly on Twitter. Students also were deeply involved in decisions about how to spend the funds raised through the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates.

Martin recognized UWMadisons reputation as an institution with increasing global reach; the university ranks 17th among world universities in an annual ranking done by Shanghais Jiao Tong University. Martin saw an opportunity to develop the universitys presence in China and forged relationships with universities, corporations and prospective UWMadison students there. She also established the unique Chinese Champions Program, which offers premier Chinese athletes a nondegree academic program at UWMadison to build their English, science, leadership and coaching skills.

Martin has made affordability and diversity core principles of her tenure. Working with the UW Foundation, Martin has pushed to increase annual giving by alumni and increased institutional grant aid by 226 percent, making it the universitys and UW Foundations highest priority.

At the same time, diversity has been part of each element of the universitys strategic plan. In addition to promoting diversity through the Madison Initiative for Undergraduates, diversity programs were held harmless from state budget cuts. Martin has allocated new funds to the Office of Student Financial Aid to recruit underrepresented minority students and has added funding to the Posse program; UWMadison now has Posse scholars from more cities than any other college or university.

In response to a call from faculty for more effective administration of research, Martin and Provost Paul DeLuca launched significant changes in research administration structure and processes. The university is now searching for a new vice chancellor for research and dean of the Graduate School a new position that will ensure compliance and increased support for the universitys research enterprise, which last year topped $1 billion for the first time.

And although Martin has been known for being fiercely protective of the universitys entire research enterprise, she was also the campus greatest ambassador for the humanities.

Martin launched the Go Big Read commonreading project, which has provided the entire campus and Madison community with an opportunity for a unique intellectual exchange. Each book generates a yearlong discussion and set of related activities and is used in a large number of courses across disciplines.

The visit by Michael Pollan, in coordination with the reading of his book, In Defense of Food: An Eaters Manifesto, drew more than 6,000 people from campus and the community.

Martin reallocated state funding to provide 50 additional graduate fellowships for top humanities departments, and secured funding from WARF and the UW Foundation to support additional graduate student studies in the social sciences and humanities. Late last year, she worked with Don Randel, president of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and former Gov. Jim Doyle to raise $20 million in unrestricted funding for the humanities, with $10 million from the foundation matched by the state.

These accomplishments during my time at UWMadison have been the work of many hands, Martin said. And I believe that they will benefit UWMadison for years to come.

When Martin came to UWMadison in 2008, she was already closely connected to the university, having received her doctorate in German literature from UWMadison in 1985.

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´╗┐Citroen C4 Picasso review

The new Citroen C4 Picasso follows the lead of the Nissan Juke and Range Rover Evoque by opting for a seriously eyecatching design. Look underneath the skin, though, and youll find that the new C4 Picasso rides on a completely new platform that helps shed 140kg from the old cars kerbweight. Whats more, its shorter and lower but with a wheelbase thats 57mm longer to increase the amount of space in the cabin and a bigger boot than ever. A 1.6 eHDi 90 engine provides amazing 74.3mpg fuel economy, but we think the pick of the range is the eHDi 115 unit, which provides reasonable performance while still claiming 70.6mpg.

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Citroen has certainly made sure that the new C4 Picasso stands out, with razorthin daytime running lights flowing in to a fullwidth chromed double chevron grille. Its got sporty new proportions, too, at 40mm lower and 40mm shorter than before, while keeping the same width. The squat, groundhugging stance is more reminiscent of a hatchback than of an MPV, making the C4 Picasso look like nothing else in this class. The interior also looks stylish and upmarket, with all models getting a seveninch colour touchscreen in the centre console. There are classy Citroen DSinspired touches, too, like dualcolour leather seats.

So far weve driven the 1.6 eHDi 115 and petrolpowered THP 155. Clearly the diesel model makes more sense, with its reasonable acceleration, quiet engine note and seriously impressive running costs. Thats not to say the petrol isnt without its benefits, though, offering a 062mph time of 9.0 seconds thats significantly quicker than any other model in the range. Its a nice, smooth engine, with less rattle and vibration than the diesels. Handling is reasonably good, with far less body roll and more direct steering than the old Picasso. Its far from perfect, though the Ford CMAX is still the car to have if dynamics are high up on your list of priorities.

The Citroen C4 Picasso rides on an entirely new platform called EMP2. It has been developed with Peugeot and will underpin the majority of all their future models. With that much invested in this platform, its certain to have been extensively tested for reliability, as have the range of engines used in the C4 Picasso. Most have been used elsewhere in Peugeot and Citroen models with little issue. Thankfully the interior feels more solid than Citroens of the past, although the twoyear, unlimitedmileage warranty and a thirdyear dealer warranty thats limited to 60,000 miles seems a little shabby compared with Kias sevenyear warranty.

Despite being shorter and lower than before, Citroens engineers have been smart with the interior packaging to make the C4 Picasso a more practical car than the outgoing model. The wheelbase has grown by 57mm, freeing up more legroom in the rear seats, and each of the three chairs is the same size. Thats useful for carrying three tall adults and also makes it easy to fit three baby seats. Each slides and folds flat individually, while boot capacity is up from 500 litres to 537 litres. If you slide all the seats forwards you can increase this to 630 litres, and folding them all flat pushes the total luggage space up to 1,709 litres.

1 Most reasonably priced cars do come as standard with less powerful engines and prices reflect this. The HDi 90 doesnt appear shockingly slow on paper and would suit small families who prioritise fuel economy over high performance.

2 The majority of brands still only offer a 3 year warranty so as a justification for losing a star, its a little irrelevant when Fords and Volkswagens offer 3 year warranties and can easily gain 5 stars without this criticism.

3 I can imagine that the C4 Picasso could be sharper to drive. But it doesnt claim or imply to be a drivers car, a hot hatch or low slung sporty saloon. Whats more, the 5 star rated VW Golf could be sharper as were forever told the Focus is best in class to drive, yet this has no impact on its rating despite it being a slightly less family orientated car than the Picasso.

Sorry to be a grump but the motoring press predetermination of rating for cars that arent Ford or have German roots is really annoying. Especially when the reviews for some cars such as the Picasso struggle to fault the car.

My bet is that Peugeots new 308 will be raved about but given 4 stars to keep the Golf firmly on top.

Its just Ive driven a Citroen C4 GP, new Scenic and the now old shape Clio too in the last few years and theyve been thoroughly brilliant in their niche.

AE dont seem to appreciate the purpose the car is built for. Why would Citroen of all brands put all their investment into making their MPV the best handling in class? Instead theyve compromised between the two, very well it seems. Plus Im not sure a Picasso would make the shortlist of buyers looking for a sharp driving experience.