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SanDisk 1GB write-once memory cards to cost $5.99?

Posted on Wednesday, November 21 2007 @ 02:10:06 CET by

According to Engadget, SanDisk is working on a new type of cheap memory cards that will only writable once. The site says a 1GB write-once card will retail for $5.99.

The details:
  • The new "memory cards (memory stick)" will be widely available in food, drug, camera, and convenience stores (we already knew that Wal-Mart and Walgreens were involved)
  • The new format fits your existing camera
  • Large enough to store at least 100 photos per card (does that mean 256MB cards for $2.00 or less?)
  • Write-once technology stores your pictures safely for over 100 years (check)
  • Less expensive than standard re-writeable memory cards
  • To be honest I don't really see the potential of these write-once cards when regular SD memory cards can be bought for only 2.5x as much.



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