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Wednesday, January 7th 2009 - 21:43 CET
SanDisk, a global leader in flash memory products, announced at the CES 2009 in Las Vegas that it will be shipping its 16 gigabyte (GB) SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro (M2) mobile memory cards - the world’s largest removable flash storage capacity for cell phones - in January 2009. This increased memory capacity, coupled with the high performance of the SanDisk Mobile Ultra flash memory line, allows consumers to further take advantage of the many storage-intensive features offered by today’s multimedia cell phones such as music playback, digital photo and video camera functions, gaming and GPS applications.
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Wednesday, January 7th 2009 - 17:35 CET
The next-generation SDXC (eXtended Capacity) memory card specification, announced today at the 2009 International CES, dramatically improves consumers' digital lifestyles by providing the portable storage and speed needed to store weeks of high-definition video, years of photo collections and months of music to mobile phones, cameras and camcorders, and other consumer electronic devices. The new SDXC specification provides up to 2 terabytes storage capacity and accelerates SD interface read/write speeds to 104 megabytes per second this year, with a road map to 300 megabytes per second. SDXC will enable camcorders to provide longer, professional level HD video recording with a small form factor.
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Thursday, December 11th 2008 - 22:27 CET
Additional enhancements to SDHC memory card lineup include ultrafast, Class 6 SDHC cards in 8GB and 16GB capacities. Toshiba, a leading innovator in flash memory card technologies and solutions introduced a new memory card line-up with the launch of a 16GB microSDHC card offering the largest capacity available in the market. At the same time, the company extended its range of industry-leading memory card solutions by adding ultra fast read/write 8GB and 16GB SDHC cards to its line-up. Mass production of the new Toshiba SDHC memory cards will start in December, with production of the new Toshiba micro SDHC slated to start in January 2009.
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Tuesday, September 30th 2008 - 22:22 CEST
SanDisk, a global leader in flash memory products, announced it is bringing to market its 16GB microSDHC and 16GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) mobile memory cards - the world’s largest removable storage capacity for mobile phones. Best Buy Mobile and Verizon Wireless stores are the first major retail outlets in the United States to carry the SanDisk 16GB mobile phone memory cards.
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Tuesday, July 15th 2008 - 20:50 CEST
Kingston Technology Company announced the addition of 8GB microSD High Capacity (SDHC) Flash memory cards to its mobile memory storage line. Shipping immediately, the new Kingston 8GB microSDHC cards offer greater storage options to the latest mobile phones and digital devices in the smallest footprint available. Kingston 8GB microSDHC flash memory cards can store more than 1,500 digital songsa, more than 4,000 images from a 5 Megapixel camera phone, or up to eight hours of videoc, greatly surpassing storage limits on mobile phones without Flash memory card slots.
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Thursday, July 10th 2008 - 17:17 CEST
With the launch of its first 8GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) card, Sony RME (Recording Media & Energy) has pushed up the current 4GB maximum capacity by 100%. To put this in context, upgrading a Sony Ericsson mobile phone with the new 8 GB M2 memory card will give customers a choice of over 5,000 fine quality 5 megapixel photos, over 2000 MP3 songs (4min per song at 128kbps), or over 88 hours of high quality MPEG 4 video (at 192kbps).
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Thursday, May 22nd 2008 - 10:33 CEST
SanDisk Corporation, the proven leader in flash memory, announced the availability of SanDisk Mobile Ultra, microSD, microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro (M2) flash mobile memory cards, which are available in 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities - the industry’s first premium mobile phone storage cards. Must-have product for consumers who embody the digital lifestyle, the SanDisk Mobile Ultra high-performance cards are “best of breed” premium cards that provide fast side-loading speeds. This means that users will experience accelerated transfer rates of digital files to and from their mobile memory card and their computer.
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Saturday, February 9th 2008 - 20:10 CET
Giving photo enthusiasts the freedom to take more digital pictures and shoot more video, SanDisk Corporation increased both capacities and speeds in its SanDisk Ultra II flash memory line with the introduction of 32- and 16-gigabyte (GB) SDHC cards and an 8GB SDHC Plus flash memory card. The new SanDisk flash memory cards offer faster read and write speeds of 15 megabytes per second2 (15MB/sec), up from previous speeds of 10MB/sec read and 9MB/sec write in the SanDisk Ultra II line.
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Tuesday, January 8th 2008 - 00:52 CET
SanDisk Corporation announced it has begun to sample 12-gigabyte (GB) microSDHC flash memory cards to major phone manufacturers for testing and evaluation. The SanDisk microSDHC 12GB card represents a 50 percent boost in card capacity from SanDisk's industry-leading 8GB microSDHC cards, which are currently available worldwide, and highlights the growing popularity of mobile phones with storage-intensive features that incl. music players, cameras, video recording and playback and GPS capabilities.
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2008 - 17:16 CET
SanDisk announced the Cruzer Titanium Plus, a USB flash drive that offers automatic online backup, giving users true peace of mind. At the CES 2008 in Las Vegas the SanDisk Cruzer Titanium Plus will be featured where SanDisk will be demonstrating new products in the Las Vegas Convention Center. With a capacity of four gigabytes, The SanDisk Cruzer Titanium Plus, is the first flash memory product from SanDisk to offer online backup. Users get the best of both worlds, with access online and offline: When the Sandisk Cruzer Titanium Plus is plugged into a computer data is always available. Through any computer connected to the internet users get quick access to their backed-up files.




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