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Sony upgrades Memory Stick with faster speed

Dennis Hissink : 2004-03-02 00:32:02
The Memory Stick media will get an upgrade; faster speed and new color. Sony Electronics is equipping Memory Stick media users for the digital future by adding the ability to read data at high speeds and copyright protection as standard features on all Memory Stick media available at retailers nationwide. Updated Memory Stick media will start shipping this spring in 32MB, 64MB, 128MB and 256MB (total 128MBx2) capacities. A striking cobalt-blue colour will distinguish the new line from its purple predecessor. When used with compatible (4-pin parallel), high-speed Memory Stick media-enabled hardware, users can enjoy read speeds that are up to four times faster than current standard Memory Stick media.


SanDisk introduces T-Flash flash for mobile phone

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-28 07:16:47
SanDisk is the world's largest supplier of flash memory data storage products. Yesterday SanDisk introduced SanDisk T-Flash, the world’s smallest removable flash memory storage format. It is similar in size and function to embedded flash memory but can also be readily removed and upgraded to allow for a range of memory capacities as well as interoperability with other consumer electronics devices. Approximately the size of a fingernail, T-Flash is designed for new mobile phones that are compact yet fully-featured with storage-intensive multimedia applications such as digital cameras, video capture and playback, MP3 players, video games, personal organizers, Multimedia Message Service (MMS), email and voicemail capabilities.


SanDisk introduced flexible 4GB CF type I Card

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:44:32
Storage capacities of Flash cards are expanding rapidly, but together with this progress a new obstacle occurs; the FAT16 and FAT32 file formats. Most of the digital cameras are not supporting the FAT32 file format so a capacity of more than 2GB was out of the question for most of the consumers. However SanDisk came with a very clever solution. The 4GB SanDisk CompactFlash card features an advanced design from SanDisk that allows it to operate in cameras that use either the FAT16 or FAT32 file formats. It is the only CompactFlash card of its capacity and compatibility level that is available in the popular Type I format and fits into any CompactFlash slot.


SanDisk announces Shoot & Store Flash cards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:43:26
SanDisk announced a new line of inexpensive flash memory cards designed to allow users to save their pictures indefinitely without using a computer for downloading, thus giving millions of consumers a major incentive to switch from film to digital photography and providing them with a durable, permanent way to store a lifetime of images. With an initial suggested retail price of $14.99 each-a breakthrough in the industry-the Shoot & Store cards are expected to allow people to order prints on a "cost-of-use" basis that is equal to or less than that of traditional analog film. And they won't have to worry about leaving expensive flash memory cards with retail photo finishers.


SanDisk Memory Stick PRO goes Ultra II

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:41:08
During the PMA show in Las Vegas SanDisk introduced the SanDisk Extreme and SanDisk Ultra II versions of Memory Stick PRO, a new line of premium, high-performance digital film cards targeted at advanced and professional photographers. Similar to the Extreme and Ultra II CompactFlash and SD product families introduced earlier by SanDisk, the two new Memory Stick PRO cards deliver a minimum write speed of 9 megabytes (MB) per second and minimum read speed of 10MB a second, making them the fastest Memory Stick PRO cards in the world. SanDisk Extreme Memory Stick PRO products will start shipping at the end of this month and be available in capacities of 256, 512MB and 1 gigabyte (GB).


SanDisk offers widest range MS PRO and MS PRO Duo

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:39:25
SanDisk announced the addition of the 128 megabyte (MB) Memory Stick PRO, and 128MB Memory Stick PRO Duo cards to its product line. SanDisk now offers the industry's broadest range of Memory Stick PRO and PRO Duo cards with capacities that range from 128MB to 2 gigabytes (GB) and 128MB to 512MB respectively. The addition of 128MB capacities allows SanDisk's retailers to offer the Memory Stick PRO and PRO Duo cards at a price point below the 256MB capacity, which was previously the lowest capacity for these card formats. Sony and SanDisk jointly pioneered Memory Stick PRO to meet the growing consumer need for higher performance for a wide variety of digital devices including digital cameras, camcorders and PDAs.


Lexar Media announces 8GB CompactFlash type II

Dennis Hissink : 2004-02-21 08:35:52
During PMA Lexar Media announced its 8GB Professional Series CompactFlash card. Lexar's new 8GB CompactFlash card delivers a 40X speed-rating, signifying a minimum sustained write speed capability of 6MB/s. By maintaining a close alignment with manufacturers who offer high-end digital cameras that create high-resolution files, which can be over 8MB each, Lexar's new 8GB memory card meets the needs of professional photographers who require capacity, speed and reliability. However pricing of the Card is not official yet, unofficial prices are $3000. We don't see any market for it yet, prices will have to decrease drastically before cards like the 8GB will gain any interest at all.


Lexar Media announces 80X Professional CF cards

Mark Peters : 2004-02-21 08:32:03
Lexar Media doubled the minimum sustained write speed capability of its Professional Series CompactFlash (CF) product line to 80X, or 12MB per second. Lexar is offering its 80X Professional Series CompactFlash cards in five different capacities, including 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB and 4GB. Lexar Media today also announced an 8GB 40X Professional Series CompactFlash card, extending the company's CF line with the highest capacity CompactFlash card on the market. Lexar's new 80X CF cards include an enhanced version of Write Acceleration technology, which optimizes the cards' firmware to reduce overhead associated with transferring data from the camera to the memory card and improves in-camera performance in high-resolution CF based cameras.






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