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SanDisk 64GB Ultra SDXC card on sale for $350

SanDisk 64GB Ultra SDXC card on sale for $350

Looking for a huge quantity of speedy flash memory for your DSLR or HD camcorder?  SanDisk have pushed their 64GB Ultra SDXC memory card out the door, and the Class 4 card certainly promises enough.  Up to 15MB/sec read speeds are supported, with data kept in exFAT file structure; one card is enough for over eight hours of HD video at 9Mbps quality.

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SanDisk unveils 64GB iNAND Embedded Flash Drive for mobile phone storage

SanDisk unveils 64GB iNAND Embedded Flash Drive for mobile phone storage

SanDisk is huge in the flash storage market with products ranging from microSD cards for smartphones to SSDs for notebook and desktop computers. The company has announced a new embedded NAND flash product aimed at smartphones and portable devices with 64GB of storage capacity.

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SanDisk ships world’s first memory cards with 64 gigabit X4 NAND flash

SanDisk ships world’s first memory cards with 64 gigabit X4 NAND flash

One of the most popular names in the memory card industry is SanDisk. The company makes a wide variety of memory cards to fit just about every device on the market from mobile phones to portable game consoles. SanDisk announced today that it has shipped the world's first flash memory cards using 64 gigabit X4 NAND flash technology.

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SanDisk offers new flash memory cards for gamers

SanDisk offers new flash memory cards for gamers

SanDisk makes a huge array of storage products for all sorts of devices from cameras and game consoles to computers and smartphones. SanDisk has announced a new line of memory cards that are aimed at gamers with several different formats available.

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SanDisk Extreme Pro CF cards deliver 90MB/s transfers

SanDisk Extreme Pro CF cards deliver 90MB/s transfers

SanDisk have just outed a new range of Compact Flash memory cards aimed a pro-photographers, the SanDisk Extreme Pro series, promising capacities ranging from 16GB to 64GB and read/write speeds of 90MB/s.  SlashGear's old friend Chase Jarvis has been shooting the campaign, and you can see his preliminary rapid-fire footage after the cut.

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SanDisk unveils Sansa Clip+

SanDisk unveils Sansa Clip+

SanDisk has been playing a very distant second place against Apple's dominating iPod line in the PMP market for a long time. Right behind SanDisk is Microsoft with its line of Zune PMPs. SanDisk has announced its latest MP3 player called the Clip+ today.

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SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card announced

SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB card announced

SanDisk announced their brand new Extreme SDHC 32GB card today and it is intended for use in higher-end HD camcorders and DSLRs. In fact, it has a 30MB/s read and write speed and beats the AVCHD HD video recording requirements.

SanDisk pSSD P2 and S2 netbook drives now shipping

SanDisk pSSD P2 and S2 netbook drives now shipping

SanDisk has now made their latest SSDs available for purchase. They're called the pSSD P2 and S2 and they both use nCache technology, which is said to boost random write speeds up to five times over standard hard drives

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 20 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 20 2009

We kicked off the week with a review of Sony's OLED Walkman X, coming away mighty impressed by its iPod-besting audio quality.  Equally impressive was Flip Video's Ultra HD pocket camcorder; if only we could say the same for SlingPlayer Mobile for the iPhone.  While on paper this media-shifting app should be a 100-percent winner, AT&T's decision to bar streaming over their 3G network has left us and many would-be users upset.

SanDisk ImageMate All-in-One USB 2.0 Card Reader review

SanDisk ImageMate All-in-One USB 2.0 Card Reader review

What’s the fastest card reader out there? That’s probably one of the most frequent questions, as flash storage becomes increasingly popular in everything from digital cameras to cellphones and PMPs. Of course, the answer boils down to numerous parameters such as bus medium, interface and storage. All things considered, a Firewire 800/IEEE 1394B reader with UDMA support (for CF cards) has the edge in speed, but the standard is not widely popular, especially in PC industry. Though it’s backward compatible with its lower-bandwidth sibling Firewire 400/IEEE 1394A, itself commonly found in most PCs these days, that connection will inevitably reduce the transfer rate. With that in mind, a commoditized USB-standard multimedia card reader with the fastest possible data transfer is perhaps the most straightforward choice, such as the SanDisk ImageMate All-in-One USB 2.0 Reader.

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Sprint 3G talks with Garmin, Kodak & SanDisk?

Sprint 3G talks with Garmin, Kodak & SanDisk?

Sprint are believed to be in discussions with Garmin, SanDisk and Kodak regarding supplying wireless internet access for products from the three companies.  The potential deals are said to be similar to that between Sprint and Amazon for the Kindle wireless network, and while no specific application details have been revealed, it's fair to assume that Garmin would plan a 3G-enabled PND, Kodak a 3G-enabled camera and SanDisk a 3G-enabled memory card.

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SanDisk slotRadio player to be released soon

SanDisk slotRadio player to be released soon

So, this one is a little bit strange, but that's okay. We can deal with strange. The SanDisk slotRadio player is set to be released at the end of the month and while we're struggling to wrap our heads around it, maybe you can make sense of its interesting design?

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