Comments: 0Wednesday, November 19th 2008 - 08:30 CET
SanDisk, a leading seller of MP3 players and flash memory cards, unveiled the Sansa slotMusic player, the easiest MP3 player for loading and listening to music on the go. The plug & play, SanDisk portable music player was specially designed for use with the new slotMusic cards available today in the United States. In addition to the SanDisk Sansa-branded player, SanDisk has created personalized, branded slotMusic players for popular artists such as Robin Thicke and ABBA. slotMusic Players will be available in the coming days at United States stores, including Best Buy and Wal-Mart.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, November 4th 2008 - 18:00 CET
The Sansa View series is already the next generation of portable media players by SanDisk. Even at first sight, the SanDisk Sansa View looks sleek and neat; the device fits perfectly in my hand and has an expensive businesslike appearance. The SanDisk View is available in black. The front has a shiny coating and the back a rubber finishing touch. The thing that struck me straight away is the fact that the Sansa View has very few buttons, which looks good and functions perfectly.• Read the full SanDisk Sansa View review.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 3rd 2008 - 12:30 CET
SanDisk was founded in 1988 by a gentleman named Eli Harari. SanDisk is the inventor of flash memory cards, and is today's largest supplier of flash memory products in the world. With in-house developed technologies, large amounts of files can be stored on USB sticks, mobile phones, digital cameras, camcorders and, the most recent addition, on digital audio / video players. The SanDisk Sansa music player series was launched into the market in one sudden blow, where it proved to shake things up and up to this day continues to develop and enhance its technologies.• Read our full SanDisk Sansa Clip review.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, 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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Comments: 0Monday, September 22nd 2008 - 12:16 CEST
Leaders in music, retail and flash memory technology announced they’re bringing consumers an innovative, new physical music format, dubbed “slotMusic.” microSD cards will soon be made available with pre-loaded, high quality, DRM-free MP3 music of top artists from EMI Music, SONY BMG, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. A selection of slotMusic cards will first be available at brick-and-mortar and online stores throughout the U.S., including Best Buy and Wal-Mart, with Europe to follow. A list of slotMusic albums, availability and pricing will be announced in time for the coming holiday season. SanDisk, inventor of the microSD format, is leading the technology development behind slotMusic.
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Comments: 0Friday, September 19th 2008 - 08:50 CEST
The SanDisk Sansa series seems to have appeared out of nothing, yet set the world on fire and not without success; SanDisk now occupy the second spot on the American market. The Sansa e200 series is SanDisk's compact MP3 player line, and is ready to battle it out with, among others, the iPod. Thanks to the 8GB internal memory, which can even be enhanced, a large sized 1.8 inch TFT monitor and an exchangeable battery, the SanDisk Sansa e280 seems to keep pace with its rivals. The following review shows a closer look at this MP3 player, the SanDisk Sansa e280, and its competitive position compared to the Apple iPod.• Read our full SanDisk Sansa test.
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Comments: 0Thursday, May 22nd 2008 - 12:17 CEST
No more ugly ties for Dad on Father’s Day, or unwanted wristwatches for new graduates! SanDisk welcomes “Dads & Grads” gift-giving season with exciting new products from a world leader in flash memory. Among the many choices from SanDisk.
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Comments: 0Thursday, 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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Comments: 1Tuesday, March 11th 2008 - 16:45 CET
SanDisk, a leading seller of MP3 players in the United States, unveiled the multi faceted Sansa Fuze MP3 player. The stylish music player is loaded with capabilities and features to keep consumers well entertained while on the go. Not only is it easy on the eye, it’s easy on the pocketbook. With availability planned for early April in the United States, the SanDisk Sansa Fuze music player comes in a wide array of colors (pink, red, blue, black and silver) and capacities (2, 4 and 8 gigabyte) with an expected starting price of only $79.99 MSRP.
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Comments: 0Saturday, 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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