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SanDisk Introduces 4GB CompactFlash Card, New Flash Readers, and New SD Cards
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SanDisk Corporation introduced a 4GB CompactFlash (CF) card at CeBIT, as well as a line of flash memory card readers and two new SD cards. With the new announcement, SanDisk is leveraging its production 0.13 micron NAND flash technology and a new high-density component package to quadruple the capacity of its largest capacity CF card. The card, which is in the popular Type I CF format, was introduced at a press conference at the CeBIT trade show.

The company also introduced a new line of single slot ImageMate card readers for a variety of popular flash memory cards. One single-slot reader (SDDR-91) accepts CompactFlash Type I and Type II cards along with the IBM MicroDrive cards, the second (SDDR-93) has a slot for SD and MultiMediaCards; the third model (SDDR-95) has a slot for SmartMedia and the xD-Picture Card and the fourth model (SDDR-97) works with the Memory Stick and Memory Stick PRO. The latter model is the first card reader in the industry for both the Memory Stick and the Memory Stick PRO. The new single slot readers have a suggested retail price of $19.99, except for the SmartMedia/xD model that is priced at $24.99.

SanDisk's1 1GB and 512MB SD Cards, postage stamp-sized flash memory cards capable of storing large amounts of data, audio and video. The 1GB SD card quadruples the current capacity of SanDisk SD cards. With the 1GB SD card, consumers can store up to 30 hours of digitally compressed music, more than 320 minutes of MPEG-4 compressed video or more than 1000 high-resolution digital images.


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