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SanDisk 512mb microSD card

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-13 22:45:00
SanDisk 512mb microSD card : SanDisk Corporation today announced that the microSD specification, which is based on SanDisk’s TransFlash card, has been officially adopted by the SD Card Association (SDA). The new microSD card is fully compatible with the TransFlash card and is designed as a small, flash memory storage card for mobile phones and devices. SanDisk also announced a 512-megabyte (MB) SanDisk microSD card, the largest capacity available in this form factor. The company expects to have a 1-gigabyte (GB) microSD card by the end of the year and a 2GB card in 2006. SanDisk currently supplies ten major handset manufacturers with TransFlash cards and has placement of this card at more than 60,000 retail storefronts.


SanDisk TransFlash Memory Cards for Kyocera phone

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-13 01:40:00
SanDisk TransFlash Memory Cards for Kyocera phone : SanDisk Corporation today announced that Kyocera Wireless, a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless phones and devices, will bundle a SanDisk TransFlash memory card with the new Kyocera Slider Remix KX5 mobile phone, a full-featured handset that incorporates a high-resolution digital camera and music playback functions as well as other digital entertainment features. The advanced KX5 features a 2-inch TFT color display, a music player with three-dimensional stereo sound, video capture capabilities, and a digital camera with 1.3-megapixel resolution. The phone will be packaged and sold with a SanDisk TransFlash card.


SanDisk flash memory card survive Pacific Ocean

Dennis Hissink : 2005-07-07 15:17:55
SanDisk flash memory card survive Pacific Ocean : Engineers at SanDisk have salvaged valuable data from a high-flying atmospheric research balloon that plunged into the Pacific Ocean after it was launched by a team of university students. As a result, astronomical observatories that benefit from the project now have information that will help them focus more clearly on objects in outer space, and the students have been awarded special honors for their effort. This remarkable chain of events began when the students, all engineering seniors at the University of California-Santa Cruz, released a helium-filled balloon with instruments that included atmosphere probes, a transmitter, a digital camera and a custom-built data recorder.


SanDisk advices about Flash Memory for your camera

Ilse Jurriën : 2005-07-02 15:15:00
SanDisk advices about Flash Memory for your camera : Which cards should you buy? How should you handle them? Are They Safe In Airport Scanners? The Experts at SanDisk Offer Tips For Vacationers. If you’re getting ready to pack your suitcase, your sunscreen lotion and your digital camera for a summer getaway, don’t forget to pack extra flash memory cards. And, since you’ll be capturing plenty of magic moments, the experts at SanDisk Corporation, the world’s largest supplier of flash memory cards, have some tips on how to get better results from your photography and protect your images from heat, rain and even accidental erasure.


SanDisk Shoot and Store Cruzer mini introduction

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-17 00:10:00
SanDisk Shoot and Store mini introduction : SanDisk Corporation today announced the addition of a 32-megabyte (MB) Cruzer Mini USB 2.0 flash drive into its Shoot & Store line of low-cost flash storage products sold through the food and drug store channel. The Cruzer Mini in this channel highlights the growing utility and demand for easily storing, transferring and accessing a variety of digital files. “USB flash drives are essential for transporting personal computer data files, image files or video and audio between home, office, school and other locations,” said Kent Perry, retail product manager of the Shoot & Store line. “Once you use them, they become an indispensable tool for which there is no good substitute.”


SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-16 19:34:33
SanDisk Extreme 3 receives TIPA Award : SanDisk announced that the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), an organization of 30 top photography publications from across Europe, has given its Best Imaging Storage Media Award For 2005 to the SanDisk Extreme III line of high-speed storage flash cards. SanDisk Extreme 3 flash cards, the world's fastest flash memory cards, were recognized by leading editors, many of whom are professional photographers, as setting "a new standard for industry performance." SanDisk officials received the award at a TIPA ceremony in Cologne. TIPA editors judge on quality, performance and value, criteria that are very important to all photographers.


SanDisk FlashCP content processing technology

Dennis Hissink : 2005-06-05 23:15:00
SanDisk FlashCP content processing technology : SanDisk introduced FlashCP, a unique proprietary content processing technology designed to let students easily and safely download and store their textbooks, novels, learning tools and more on a USB flash drive. While protecting the copyrighted content of publishers, FlashCP aims to create a "digital backpack" that weighs ounces instead of pounds. The announcement was made at the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), where SanDisk is exhibiting in the Philadelphia Convention Center. Originally developed under the name of BookLocker, FlashCP was created by MDRM, a privately held Israeli company that SanDisk acquired last December.


SanDisk 2 GB Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card

Mark Peters : 2005-05-26 23:31:47
SanDisk 2 GB Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card : Tower Semiconductor Ltd a pure-play independent specialty foundry, announced today that SanDisk Corporation has selected the company to provide the memory controller on its recently introduced 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo Game Card, a high-capacity flash memory card for Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP). The SanDisk memory controller is being manufactured in Tower's Fab 2 facility. SanDisk and Tower have been closely cooperating on designs that are targeted for multiple flash storage formats with unique solutions to enable superior performance. SanDisk’s Flash Memory Stick PRO Gaming Card maximize your world of entertainment.






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