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Why You Need The SanDisk CFast 2.0!

SanDisk CFast 2.0

Are traditional memory cards not keeping up with your demands? Then you need to check out the SanDisk CFast 2.0! The SanDisk CFast 2.0 memory card and with read speeds of up to 450MB/s and write speeds of up to 350MB/s there is no doubt that it's the fastest memory card in the world...at least for now.

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iMono’s 81-in-1 Card Reader Is Compatible With Pretty Much Everything

For a gadget that only measures 7mm thick, iMono’s 81-in-1 Card Reader packs in a whole lot of hardware power. With an average read speed of 32.5MB/s and a write speed of 25MB/s when tested with a Sandisk Extreme IV, this card reader is almost guaranteed to work with any popular card format you require, including the MSHG memory card. ...

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An Offer You’d Be Stupid To Refuse

Woot! is offering two Sandisk m240 1GB MP3 players – yes, two – for the low price of $15 plus $5 shipping. If they arrive in box and come complete with everything, this is an excellent way to get some holiday shopping done on the ultra cheap. Link

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SanDisk Announces SlotMusic Player

Last month, we discussed SanDisk’s latest new format SlotMusic. While it’s simply just a microSD card with songs on it, SanDisk feels that’s enough to try to make a push for a place in the digital music industry. To make matters worse now, SanDisk is selling a $20 MP3 player that will play SlotMusic or microSD cards. Some of the ...

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Win Sandisk SD Cards On YouTube

If you love gadgets, there’s no doubt that you love memory cards just as much. After all, your digital camera, laptop, MP3 player and hundreds of other gizmos use them. Now what if I said you could win some free SD cards just by shooting a video for YouTube? Thus is the point of SanDisk’s Point and Shoot Film Festival. ...

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Another Day, Another Format

Right now, in a time where the economy is complete shit and corporate raiding is nothing new, Samsung is trying to buy SanDisk, one of the largest manufacturers of flash memory. SanDisk is being resistant, so what’s a troubled company to do? In this case, SanDisk decided to launch SlotMusic, a microSD card equipped with a full album’s worth of ...

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