Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 17:05 CEST
SanDisk launched the SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard Adapter, offering fast transfer speeds from memory cards to notebook computers without the need to carry cables or external card readers. The new SanDisk adapter fits into the ExpressCard slot now found in most new notebook computers, and accepts six card formats: SD, SDHC, MultiMediaCard, MMCplus, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo and Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo. Many competing ExpressCard adapters only accept the full size Memory Stick format, running counter to the swing in market momentum toward the smaller Duo form factor. The SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard Adapter is expected to available in North America and Europe in September.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 17:04 CEST
SanDisk Corporation announced an 8 gigabyte (GB) model of its popular Cruzer Micro USB flash drive, double the largest capacity previously available in the Cruzer Micro line. Only two inches long, a half-inch thick and weighing less than half an ounce, the 8GB Cruzer Micro nonetheless can hold a massive personal library - 1,600 ultra-high-resolution digital pictures, 2,000 digital songs or five hours of high-quality home video. Cruzer Micro 8GB is expected to be available worldwide in mid-September with a manufacturer’s suggested retail price in the United States of $129.99. Cruzer Micro also continues to be available in four smaller capacities.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 17:03 CEST
SanDisk introduced a new capacity in its high-performance Memory Stick PRO Duo series; an 8GB Memory Stick PRO Duo card. The SanDisk Memory Stick PRO Duo 8GB flash card offers fast read and write speeds of 10 megabytes per second (10MB/sec), reducing the waiting time between camera shots and the download time when transferring photos and video to a computer. “With video recording becoming a standard feature on digital still cameras, memory cards need more capacity and speed to capture not only high-quality photos, but also video” said Susan Park, senior product marketing manager for SanDisk Ultra II cards. The new SanDisk 8GB SanDisk Ultra II Memory Stick PRO Duo card has a U.S. MSRP of $159.99.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 16:07 CEST
To simplify the use of and get the most out of today’s latest mobile devices, PNY Technologies introduced the 4-In-1 Mobile Media Kit. Now, users can choose a single memory device to work with virtually all digital cameras, mobile phones, PDAs, MP3 players, laptops, smart phones or any device that supports an SD card or USB drive allowing them to capture and transport their favorite content on multiple devices using the same memory device. The 4-In-1 Mobile Media Kit contains a MicroSD card and three adapters, converting the MicroSD a MiniSD card, standard SD card, or a USB drive. PNY’s new 4-in-1 Mobile Media Kit is available f in capacities of 1GB and 2GB for an MSRP of $29.99 and $49.99, respectively.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 5th 2007 - 11:00 CEST
Panasonic, a leader in High Definition technology and market leader in Flat Panel HDTVs announced that the company will release a 16GB Pro High Speed SDHC Memory Card. The new card, designated RP-SDV16GU1K, featuring both high capacity and high speed, will be globally released in November 2007 with an estimated retail price of $319.99. The arrival of Panasonic’s 16GB model further strengthens its Pro High Speed line-up which now offers five models: 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB card sizes with the Class 6 Speed specification.
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Comments: 0Monday, July 23rd 2007 - 22:04 CEST
Kingston Technology Company introduced a microSD Collegiate card in 1GB and 2GB capacities that offers college-themed content. Partnering with Movaya and 2Thumbz, the Kingston flash cards give students, faculty, alumni and fans across the country access to fight songs, school logo wallpapers and related content that can be used to personalize one’s mobile phone. “The growing popularity of microSD cards in mobile phones has made them an invaluable tool for moving contact info and mobile data when changing phones, or transferring files between PCs and phones, for students and professionals alike,” said Wendy Lecot, Flash memory marketing manager, Kingston.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 19th 2007 - 14:31 CEST
Borrowing from the lightning-fast speeds, precision engineering and colorful style of international motorcycle racing, SanDisk launched a new turbo-charged flash memory card - the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition SD Plus. The SanDisk SD Plus Extreme Ducati has the quickest read/write times of the SanDisk portfolio and represent the company’s ultimate performance products for digital photographers. The announcement was made during a press conference at SanDisk headquarters on the eve of the US Grand Prix MotoGP race on July 22 at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California. Initial distribution of the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Secure Digital Plus is planned for August in North America and Europe.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 19th 2007 - 14:30 CEST
SanDisk rolled out the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Flash Drive. A tribute to Ducati’s distinctive Italian design and engineering, the new drive has the same glossy red chassis and black trim as the Ducati Corse team motorcycles now racking up victories on the MotoGP circuit. The true “Ducatisti,” as aficionados of Ducati motorcycles call themselves, will appreciate the attention to detail in the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition USB Drive, including the Ducati Corse logo on top of the drive and the red tail light that illuminates whenever the drive is inserted into the USB port of a computer. It is expected to be available in North America and Europe in August, and worldwide in September.
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Comments: 0Monday, July 2nd 2007 - 23:00 CEST
Toshiba Corporation, a leading innovator in memory card solutions, today expanded its line of small-format, high-speed, high-capacity memory cards with the announcement of the launch of a 4-gigabyte (GB) microSDHC card. The addition of the new card extends Toshiba’s comprehensive range of microSDHC cards, the preferred memory card for mobile phone applications, from 256MB up to 4GB. The new cards will be available worldwide from July. Toshiba’s 4GB microSDHC card meets SD memory card standard Ver. 2.00, the SD card standard for high density SD products with a capacity of over 2GB. The card is designed for use in dedicated microSDHC slots, but can also be used in standard SDHC card slots in an adapter.
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Comments: 0Thursday, June 28th 2007 - 11:03 CEST
SanDisk Corporation announced that it is has begun sampling 6GB and 8GB microSD High Capacity (microSDHC) flash memory cards to major phone manufacturers and mobile network operators (MNOs) for testing and evaluation. The new flash memory cards are ideal for the growing number of feature rich multimedia handsets that bring together phones, music players, hand held computers, digital cameras and more. An 8GB microSDHC card can store more than 2,000 digital songs, or more than 5,000 high-resolution pictures, or up to 5 hours of high quality MPEG 4 video2. Retail release of the cards and availability to phone manufacturers and network operators are planned for later in 2007. Pricing has not yet been determined.
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