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Corsair releases 2GB microSD card

Posted on Tuesday, October 17 2006 @ 07:53:45 CEST by

Corsair launched a new line of microSD removable flash memory cards to further expand the company’s award-winning line of flash products. Available immediately in capacities up to 2GB – the largest capacity available in the world’s smallest flash memory card – the high capacity is essential to users who store music, pictures, watch video, and use downloadable ring tones and address books. The 2GB Corsair microSD cards will hold up to 500 MP3 songs or approximately 4000 2megapixel photos.

Based on the latest flash memory technology, each microSD card measures one-forth the size of a standard Secure Digital (SD) card. Available in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB capacities, the microSD cards are designed for the latest generation of mobile phones and devices that take advantage of the card’s high performance and expanded storage.

Each microSD card is bundled with a standard SD adaptor to add usage flexibility. With the SD adaptor, each microSD card can be used as a full size SD card utilized in a variety of camera and cell phones.

Available immediately through Corsair’s worldwide authorized distributors, resellers, retailers and e-tailers, the 2GB Corsair microSD card retails for US$89.99. The manufacturer’s suggested retail prices for the 1GB and the 512MB offerings are US$39.99 and US$15.99 respectively.



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