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Kingston introduces RS-MMC and miniSD Cards
Dennis Hissink : January 12th 2005 - 10:00 CET
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KingstonKingston Technology Company, Inc., the world's leading independent memory manufacturer, announced the release of two new digital media product offerings designed to target the expanding mobile phone and mobile digital device markets: Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC) cards and mini Secure Digital (miniSD) cards. The two cards are slated for use in future mobile phones and digital devices with enhanced functionality. Popular digital devices such as camera phones, PDAs, MP3 players, smartphones, and digital cameras will soon be utilizing RS-MMC and miniSD cards. To maximize flexibility and ease of use for the end user, Kingston's RS-MMC and miniSD cards ship with adapters that allow each to fit into their respective standard size format.
Kingston introduces RS-MMC and miniSD Cards"Currently there are a handful of devices that take advantage of RS-MMC and miniSD cards, but we expect these technologies to become widely used over the next 18 months," said Mike Kuppinger, digital media product manager, Kingston.

RS-MMC and miniSD Features/Benefits:

Compliant - RS-MMC: with MMC specification; miniSD with SD card specifications
Ultra-Portable - slim, small card design
Reliable - lifetime warranty
Versatile -when combined with the appropriate adapter, can be used as a full-size MMC or SD card
Simple - as easy as plug and play
Economical -low power consumption for better device battery life.

Kingston's RS-MMC cards will be released in 64 and 128-MB capacities and Kingston miniSD cards will launch in 64, 128 and 256-MB capacities. Larger capacities for both the RS-MMC and miniSD product lines will follow as digital device needs dictate. Both cards carry Kingston's lifetime warranty and award-winning technical support.
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