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SanDisk expands retail sales into Portugal

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-10 14:50:55
SanDisk Corporation announced today it has broadened its retail sales into the Republic of Portugal and named Fotimpor as a distributor. Fotimpor distributes photographic equipment and supplies and carries SanDisk's complete line of flash memory cards and accessories. It has significantly increased its sales of SanDisk products within the Portuguese market, including the Azores and Madeira Islands, due to the growing popularity of mobile phones, digital cameras, hand held computers, digital video cameras, MP3 players, key chain USB flash drives and other mobile devices that use removable storage. "We are very happy to add a widely recognized brand like SanDisk to our fine line of products" said Joao Ferreira de Matos.


Olympus supports Lexar Write Acceleration (WA)

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-09 14:10:55
Lexar Media Inc. today announced that Olympus has joined the growing number of top-tier camera manufacturers now supporting Lexar Media’s Write Acceleration (WA) technology in professional digital SLR cameras. On June 24, 2003, Olympus introduced the E-1, which is the first Olympus camera to incorporate Lexar Media’s WA technology. Write Acceleration technology works to reduce the overhead required to store images to memory cards and results in faster write speed performance. The Olympus E-1 also supports the FAT32 file system and features a CompactFlash Type II slot, which enables the camera to take advantage of Lexar Media’s new 4GB CompactFlash card. The Olympus E-1 SLR camera is expected to be on the market around October 2003.


Hitachi ships high performance 4GB Microdrive

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-25 09:54:41
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced that it is now shipping qualification samples of its 4GB Microdrive to consumer product manufacturers worldwide. The 1-inch drive features a data transfer rate that represents a 70 percent increase from the previous-generation Microdrive. The new drive will also continue its tradition of offering a significantly lower cost-per-megabyte than competitive solid-state memory solutions. Hitachi's 4GB Microdrive is the world's smallest hard disk drive, weighing just over a half an ounce (16 grams) and equivalent in size to a matchbook. The miniaturized hard drive is designed for users who demand maximum capacity for storing large quantities of data.


SanDisk introduces new MS Duo and MS PRO Duo cards

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-15 19:11:51
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the SanDisk Memory Stick Duo(tm) and Memory Stick PRO Duo flash memory cards to expand its Memory Stick product line. The two new Memory Stick Duo cards are designed to fit into electronic devices such as mobile phones, digital cameras and other consumer electronics devices. The new Memory Stick Duo cards are targeted at the new generation of 2.5G and 3G mobile phones such as the 505i series currently offered by NTT DoCoMo in Japan. These mobile phones require greater storage capacity for their storage-intensive features such as digital cameras, video capture and playback, digital audio players, games, and messaging capabilities.


Lexar expands MS line with MS Duo and MS PRO Duo

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-15 16:01:46
Lexar Media, Inc., a leading designer, developer and marketer of award-winning high-performance digital media and accessories, today announced plans to manufacture and distribute Memory Stick Duo. The newly introduced Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo are one-third the volume and one half the weight of a standard Memory Stick, which makes them ideal for mobile phones, compact digital cameras and mobile electronic devices. Lexar Media’s Memory Stick Duo and Memory Stick PRO Duo will integrate the company’s proprietary controller technology to achieve advanced speed performance. The Memory Stick Duo offered by Lexar Media will be available in capacities of 32MB, 64MB and 128MB.


Sony's new memory stick Pro format

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 14:05:28
Enabling users to listen, watch and enjoy a variety of rich content including high-resolution digital images, CD-quality audio and DVD-quality moving images, Sony Electronics announced U.S. introduction plans for its line of the new 256MB, 512MB and 1GB Memory Stick PRO media. Jointly developed with SanDisk Corporation, the new generation of memory cards features high capacity, high-speed data transfer, high-level security and future expandability. The Memory Stick PRO format-enabled devices with high-speed data transfer capabilities can reach unparalleled levels of performance, such as real-time recording of high-resolution moving images. The Memory Stick PRO format integrates new technologies and features including:


SanDisk introduces the miniSD card

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 13:34:49
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the SanDisk miniSD™ card, a new thumbnail-sized flash memory card that is designed to meet the needs of the mobile phone market for greater storage capacity in the smallest possible physical form factor. The miniSD card was recently adopted by the SD Association as an ultra-small form factor extension to the SD card standard. The SanDisk miniSD card is targeted at the new generation of 2.5G and 3G mobile phones that offer storage-intensive features such as digital cameras, video capture, MP3 players, video games, personal information management (PIM), email and voicemail capabilities. SanDisk will start customer shipments of the new miniSD card in March 2003.


New Memory Stick Line-up is Compact and High-speed

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-14 00:03:10
Sony UK has announced that the Memory Stick has become smaller in size and faster in transferring data. Sony has evolved the Memory Stick Duo at one third the volume and one half the weight of the standard Memory Stick launched last September to offer users a high-speed data transfer of up to 160Mbps, making it more suitable for speedy data transfer among a wide range of mobile electronic devices such as digital still cameras, mobile phones, PCs and PDAs. The new Memory Stick Duo has 128MB capacity and incorporates a parallel interface, allowing users to quickly view stored content. It can be used in most of the existing Memory Stick Duo enabled products and other Memory Stick enabled products via a supplied adapter.






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