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No evidence of X-ray scanner damage to flash cards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-16 15:30:40
Recent tests found no evidence of X-ray scanner damage to digital camera media cards or to the images they hold. The tests of scanner models currently in use in the U.S. transportation industry were jointly conducted by the International Imaging Industry Association (I3A), the leading global association for the imaging industry; SanDisk Corporation, a manufacturer of digital media cards; and the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA). These findings mean that digital cameras and their image storage media can travel safely in either checked or carry-on bags, which will be reassuring to holiday travelers. And though they were not explicitly tested, it is likely that images on camera-phones will be safe in either situation as well.


New SanDisk gadgets make great gifts for non-geeks

Dennis Hissink : 2004-12-03 15:00:00
When shopping for the holidays, think digital. Keep in mind that great things come in small packages, and this year SanDisk has plenty of electronic delights to brighten up the gift-giving season. The world's original inventor and largest manufacturer of flash memory cards for digital cameras and other portable devices has some of the coolest stuff this side of the North Pole. SanDisk is offering a bagful of goodies that just about anyone can enjoy, from new ultra-compact flash MP3 music players to a viewer that can show digital snapshots on virtually any TV set. And for budget-minded shoppers, SanDisk has stocking-stuffers that cost as little as $9.99 for Shoot & Store flash memory cards that work in most popular digital cameras.


New SanDisk 4, 8 and 16GB Industrial CF/PC cards

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-09 13:43:42
Providing a reliable storage alternative to hard drives, SanDisk today announced significantly higher capacities and faster read/write times for its industrial product line including Industrial Grade and Standard Grade Flash ATA cards. These new cards now provide memory options of as much as 16 gigabytes for PC Cards and up to 8GB for CompactFlash cards. The announcement was made at Electronica 2004, where SanDisk is exhibiting at the New Munich Trade Fair Center. The new cards double the current maximum flash storage capacities of these form factors. The highest capacities for industrial CF cards, which are the more popular Type I form factors, are increased from 2GB to 4GB (industrial grade) and from 4GB to 8GB (standard grade).


SanDisk upgrades industrial SD and TransFlash

Dennis Hissink : 2004-11-09 12:52:31
Responding to an increasing demand for durable flash memory in automotive telematics, military and medical applications, SanDisk today announced larger capacities and extended operating temperature ranges for its line of industrial-grade SD flash memory cards and TransFlash modules. The announcement was made at Electronica 2004, where SanDisk is exhibiting in Hall A4, Stand 243 of the New Munich Trade Fair Center. SanDisk introduced a 1-gigabyte industrial SD card and a 256-megabyte industrial TransFlash module, providing twice as much memory as their previous highest capacities. Also, the company is offering high reliability with an improved temperature range of -40 to +85 Celsius (-40 to +185 degrees Fahrenheit) for both form factors.


SanDisk introduces world's highest capacity cards

Mark Peters : 2004-10-26 22:19:32
SanDisk today introduced the world’s largest capacities of Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo and SD cards with 4-gigabyte (GB), 1GB and 2GB capacities respectively. These new cards are double the current maximum capacities and are designed to fit into a broad range of digital cameras, digital camcorders, music players, games, mobile phones and other consumer electronics devices. The announcement was made at the CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2004 trade show at Moscone Center where SanDisk is demonstrating products in Booth 924. SanDisk today introduced the world’s largest capacities of Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick PRO Duo and SD cards with 4-gigabyte (GB), 1GB and 2GB capacities respectively.


SanDisk miniSD and RS-MMC Cards Increase To 512MB

Mark Peters : 2004-10-26 22:14:53
SanDisk Corporation announced today that it is doubling the current maximum capacities of its popular SanDisk miniSD and SanDisk RS-MMC cards to 512 megabytes. These storage cards are used in a growing number of mobile phones with multimedia capabilities such as digital cameras, music players and video recording and playback. The announcement was made at the CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2004 trade show. "The number of mobile phones with storage card slots is growing rapidly since removable memory provides many advantages in mobile phones that feature digital cameras, digital audio players, games and other applications," said Nelson Chan, executive vice president and general manager of SanDisk’s consumer and handset business.


SanDisk introduces 256MB TransFlash Module

Mark Peters : 2004-10-25 22:09:30
SanDisk Corporation today introduced the highest capacity yet for its small TransFlash™ memory module, a 256 megabyte (MB) unit that will help meet the demands of new feature phones for greater storage of digital music, video, digital photos and GPS navigation software. The announcement was made at CTIA Wireless I.T. & Entertainment 2004 at Moscone Center, where SanDisk is exhibiting at Booth 924. Unveiled by SanDisk in February, the TransFlash module is about one-fourth the size of a standard SD card but can be inserted into an adapter and used in SD-enabled devices. It is the world’s smallest removable flash memory module, measuring 15 x 11 x 1 millimeters or roughly the size of a fingernail.


Sandisk introduces Extreme III memory cards

Mark Peters : 2004-09-29 09:00:01
Sandisk Extreme 3 introduction : SanDisk today introduced the world's fastest flash memory cards - the SanDisk Extreme III line of CompactFlash, SD and Memory Stick PRO digital film cards. The CompactFlash and SD cards have minimum write and read speeds of 20 megabytes per second (MB/sec.) (based on SanDisk internal testing. 1 megabyte = 1 million bytes). Memory Stick PRO has minimum write and read speeds of 18 MB/sec. The SanDisk Extreme III cards, which range in capacity between one and four gigabytes, have essentially double the performance speeds of SanDisk’s predecessor Extreme product line which currently has the fastest working cards in many of today’s leading digital single lens reflex (SLR) cameras (www.robgalbraith.com).






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