SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard Adapter + new flash memory

Posted on Friday, Aug 31 2007 @ 17:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
SanDisk unveiled a bunch of new memory related products today. We'll start with the new SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard adapter, this product allows you to easily transfer data from SD, SDHC, MMC, MMCplus, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro Duo and Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo cards to your notebook.
“With the SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard Adapter, we’re supporting the rise of the ExpressCard slot in notebook computers,” said Matthijs Hutten, Senior Product Marketing Manager at SanDisk. “We expect ExpressCard to completely replace the PC Card standard in the near future, so offering an ExpressCard adapter which integrates many popular card formats is a natural move for SanDisk.”

For notebook computers without embedded memory card slots, the SanDisk Multi Card ExpressCard Adapter is an easy system upgrade. Users only need to pop the card into the ExpressCard slot – there is no software to install, with no external cables or hardware required. To transfer data, users simply take a memory card out of a device such as a digital still or video camera, an MP3 player, a portable game player or a mobile phone and insert the card into the adapter.
The Multi Card ExpressCard adapter will be available in September for $29.99.

SanDisk also introduced new memory today, here's a quick overview:
  • 8GB Ultra II Memory Stick Pro Duo, 10MB/s read/write speed, available in October for $159.99.

  • 4GB Ultra II SDHC Plus card, 10MB/s read/write speed, available in October for $79.99.

  • 8GB Memory Stick Micro (M2) cards for cell phones, will be available in Q4 2007, price unknown.


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    Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.



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