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Dennis Hissink : October 15th 2006 - 21:01 CET

SanDisk Photokina booth


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SanDiskSanDisk Photokina booth : The booths for memory manufacturers were located in hall 6, which I think was too far away from the digital camera stalls. During Photokina, the division of roles in the memory card market was pointed out in detail. Before the start of Photokina, we were pleasantly surprised by the introduction of the incredibly fast Extreme IV memory cards and during Photokina 2006 SanDisk increased the storage capacity of its Extreme III CompactFlash cards to 12, and 16GB respectively. Other manufacturers then immediately announced the ‘introduction' of 16GB cards, but could not produce any working examples. SanDisk however, really does have working samples and will be supplying the cards all over the world from November / December 2006.
SanDisk Photokina boothSanDisk 4GB Ultra II SDHC card
As well as increasing the Extreme III CompactFlash memory cards, SanDisk introduced the 4GB Ultra II SDHC card. The SanDisk Ultra II SDHC memory card supports a writing speed of 9MB/sec and a reading speed of 10MB/sec. The new 4GB SDHC Ultra II card is aimed at consumers using digital cameras with 5 Megapixels and higher or video makers in need of faster and higher storage capacity SD format cards. The new Ultra II SDHC card will be bundled with the SanDisk MicroMate USB 2.0 card reader. The card reader is normally worth $19.99, but will be delivered in this combination at no extra cost.

SanDisk booth - Street dancers
Nobody could miss SanDisk's booth thanks to the group of street dancers performing on SanDisk's dance floor. There was even a real DJ who drew a crowd without missing a beat. With the introduction of the super fast Extreme IV and high capacity Extreme III, SanDisk has given us a glimpse of what consumers will need now and in the future…

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