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Tuesday, November 6th 2007 - 20:30 CET
SanDisk Corporation’s launch party on the famous Sunset Strip this past weekend was filled with an exclusive group of celebrities, musicians, SanDisk key clients and the world’s media enjoying VIP treatment in three of the most exclusive venues on Sunset Strip. Lucky guests were treated to exclusive performances from Linkin Park, Common, Z-Trip, Supernatural, Cut Chemist and The Crystal Method, all of whom performed in the top three legendary clubs in Los Angeles. The SanDisk event was the first time the Viper Room, The Roxy and the Key Club were simultaneously reserved for a single event by one company.
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Friday, November 2nd 2007 - 19:45 CET
The Sansa Shaker is not so much an example of an abundance of functionalities in one device, but with its child-friendly design it is aiming at a special target group; the younger consumer of about 8 years of age. The SanDisk Sansa MP3 player is equipped with, especially for children, innovative and appealing possibilities such as the 'shake function, where the name SanDisk Sansa Shaker obviously stems from.

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Sunday, October 28th 2007 - 17:00 CET
SanDisk announced the availability of its 8GB microSDHC and 8GB M2 flash memory cards to retail stores worldwide. The new flash memory cards are fully compatible with the new series of mobile phones that have been released over the past months. The SanDisk 8GB microSDHC and the M2 flash memory cards are ideal for the growing number of users who make their mobile phone, digital camera or video players - the centerpiece of their lifestyle.
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Monday, October 22nd 2007 - 23:06 CEST
SanDisk announced the availability of the Sansa TakeTV video player, a breakthrough media player that gives users smart, convenient and affordable way to move digital video content from their personal computer to the TV. The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV flash memory based player comes in a 4 GB model, which holds approximately 5 hours of video, and 8 GB model, which can hold up to 10 hours of video. The SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Video Player is available today for MSRPs of $99.99 and $149.99 respectively.
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Wednesday, October 17th 2007 - 16:39 CEST
More capacity and fast transfer speeds are the chief benefits of the SanDisk Extreme III 8GB SDHC flash memory card, which was introduced by SanDisk. This and other imaging products from SanDisk will be displayed in Booth 1808 at PhotoPlus 2007 International Conference & Expo, which opens Thursday at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The 8GB SanDisk Extreme III SDHC card can store more than 4,000 high-resolution photos or up to 16 hours of MPEG 4 video. The SDHC flash memory card has a read/write speed of 20 megabytes per second, thus providing rapid downloads to a personal computer.
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Wednesday, October 17th 2007 - 14:30 CEST
SanDisk, world’s leading supplier of flash memory products, announced the appointment of Jeff Kost. Jeff Kost will be senior vice president and general manager of the SanDisk Mobile Consumer Solutions division. A 10 year SanDisk veteran, Jeff Kost previously was the company’s vice president for the mobile handset business. During his decade-long tenure at SanDisk, Jeff Kost has held a variety of positions like distribution sales manager, director of Americas OEM sales, and his recent posts as vice president for worldwide OEM sales and also vice president of its Handset Business.
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Thursday, October 11th 2007 - 15:43 CEST
Not only memory cards belong to the production line of SanDisk but also MP3 Players, card readers and the newest addition; a video memory card recorder: the SanDisk V-mate. Handsets that offer the possibility of playing MP3 or videos, will transform into multimedia computers by enhancing their storage capacity. The SanDisk V-Mate is a video recorder for memory cards; it enables you to record movies or to play pictures and homemade videos from your cell phone on a television set.
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Thursday, October 11th 2007 - 15:05 CEST
The American company SanDisk is famous for its design and production of the flash memory cards. For the past few years the company has also been making MPEG-1 layer III products, better known as MP3 players. Just like with all electronic consumer products, big developments have been made in the MP3 player market in the past decade. Large memory capacities, lower prices and smaller dimensions are some of the features which result in these developments. Additionally, there is a current trend of putting as many features as possible into one device. The difference between MP3 players, USB sticks, digital cameras and mobile phones become smaller every day.
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Thursday, September 27th 2007 - 20:22 CEST
SanDisk announced the opening of its production facility in Shanghai, the company’s first in the People’s Republic of China. Based in Zizhu Industrial-based Science Park, SanDisk Semiconductor (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. (SDSS) is expected to play a critical role in SanDisk’s worldwide operations as the plant will focus on the assembly and test of its advanced flash memory products for mobile and other consumers in markets worldwide. SanDisk’s worldwide operations function will also reside at the Shanghai facility. The announcement was made at a press conference held at the flash memory facility.
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Thursday, September 13th 2007 - 19:48 CEST
SanDisk Corporation launched the SanDisk Express line of high-performance flash memory products, based on the ExpressCard technology standard. SanDisk Express products aim to deliver best-of-class solutions for professional videographers and photographers who demand speed, durability and reliability. The first product in the SanDisk Express line is the SanDisk ExpressCard, a flash memory card designed for a new generation of professional camcorders that record to ExpressCards rather than magnetic tape, hard discs or optical discs. The SanDisk ExpressCard memory card for professional camcorders is expected to be available in November, in 8 gigabyte (GB) and 16 gigabyte capacities.

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