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SanDisk launches Shoot & Store cards in Europe

Mark Peters : 2004-09-29 09:00:00
SanDisk today announced that it is introducing its Shoot & Store line of budget-priced flash memory cards in Europe through a variety of stores that offer film and processing services. The announcement was made during a press conference at Photokina 2004, where SanDisk is exhibiting at Hall 1.2, Aisle A, Booth 059 of the Cologne Exhibition Center. The cards, which are rewritable and function just like standard cards, are offered in capacities of 32 megabytes (MB), which holds up to 50 photos, and 64MB, which holds up to 100 photos, when used at a resolution setting of 1 megapixel (Actual number of photos may vary depending upon camera model, resolution and compression).


SanDisk quadruples top capacity of Ultra II cards

Mark Peters : 2004-09-29 09:00:00
SanDisk announced today that is has quadrupled the capacity of its high-speed SanDisk Ultra II line of flash memory cards that includes the development of a new 8GB CompactFlash Type I card. The top end SanDisk Ultra II Memory Stick PRO and SD cards now boast 4GB and 2GB of capacity respectively. The announcement was made at the Photokina trade show where SanDisk is demonstrating products in Hall 1.2, aisle A, Booth 059. Each SanDisk Ultra II card features a minimum write speed of 9 megabytes per second (MB/sec.) and a minimum read speed of 10MB/sec. (Results based on testing with the popular HDBENCH benchmark software; actual results in digital cameras will vary by camera model.)


SanDisk breaks the $10 Price Barrier!

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-18 07:23:23
Delivering on its previously announced strategy to grow the consumable market for flash memory cards, SanDisk Corporation has introduced new, lower prices for its Shoot & Store line of flash storage cards that are sold in supermarkets, drug stores and other mass-merchant outlets. Effective August 30 in the U.S. market, the 50-photo (32-megabyte) card, priced previously at $14.99, now has a suggested retail price of $9.99. The price of a 100-photo (64MB) Shoot & Store card has been reduced from $24.99 to $14.99. These price changes are being applied throughout the Shoot & Store product lineup, which consists of CompactFlash, SD, Memory Stick PRO and, in the next 30 days, xD-Picture Card (in 32MB capacity).


SanDisk Supplies miniSD Flash Cards to Samsung

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-15 01:35:42
SanDisk Corporation announced that it is supplying Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. with 32-megabyte (MB) miniSD memory cards that will be sold with a first-of-its-kind Samsung digital camera phone. The SPH-S2300, which has a resolution of 3.2 Megapixels, is reportedly the world's first such device with a 3X optical linear zoom. It has started selling in the Korean market. According to Samsung, the camera phone combines quality imaging and phone functionality. In addition to the high megapixel lens and optical zoom, the device has both automatic and manual settings for ISO and white balance, and the flash has been upgraded from an LED to a full, brightness-adjustable camera flash.


SanDisk and APM launch Extreme Adventure Series

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-13 04:04:06
SanDisk Corporation announced that SanDisk and American PHOTO magazine will launch the Extreme Adventure Series, a unique opportunity for avid photographers at all skill levels to gain first hand experience by working one-on-one with some of the world’s most famous photographers in six 'extreme' locations around the world starting in 2005. Each travel package will be auctioned off with winning bidders traveling to Florida for Super Bowl XXXIX, Indiana for the Indy 500 Auto Race, Botswana for an African safari, France for the Tour de France, Canada for a polar bear expedition and an exploration to India. The auction can be previewed at (http://www.ebay.com/americanphoto) and bidding will take place from September 10-20, 2004.


M-Systems and SanDisk signed an agreement

Mark Peters : 2004-09-10 08:30:34
M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd. and SanDisk Corporation announced that they have signed a strategic collaboration and patent cross-license agreement to jointly develop and promote the next-generation USB flash drive platform. The collaboration will establish technology standards to enhance the usability and functionality of USB flash drives in a wide range of applications. The collaboration also opens the door to a standardized platform on which third party software application developers can develop powerful new applications for consumer and enterprise use. Both companies will contribute to the new USB flash drive standard their considerable patents and other intellectual property.


SanDisk launches Shoot & Store Cards in Mexico

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-09 00:01:06
SanDisk announced that it will sell its Shoot & Store line of affordable flash memory cards in Mexico to meet expanding consumer demand in Latin America’s largest market for digital cameras. The announcement was made during a series of press briefings in Mexico City. The cards, offered in capacities of 50 photos (32-megabyte) and 100 photos (64-megabyte), are aimed at consumers who are transitioning from film-based cameras to digital photography or who want the simplicity of storing their images indefinitely without downloading to a computer or saving to a CD-ROM or DVD. The Shoot & Store line consists of the most popular flash card formats - SD, CompactFlash and Memory Stick PRO.


SanDisk CF survives blast that destroys camera

Dennis Hissink : 2004-09-08 09:00:21
When a demolition crew set off an explosion to bring down an old highway bridge on the Mississippi River, newspaper photographer Don Frazier was so close that his hair stood on end. His digital camera, positioned on a tripod at an even closer point to remotely capture the event, fared much worse. It was blown to bits. But to Frazier's amazement, there on the ground, inches from the shattered remnants of his new pro-level camera, was his SanDisk 256MB CompactFlash card, which he had owned since 1999. Surprisingly, except for a few nicks, it was unscathed, even though it had been blasted from the camera chamber. And when he inserted the card into a PC reader, up popped an image that has astonished everyone who's seen it.






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