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SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive review
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SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive review

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With more and more of us owning multiple devices, remembering what content is on which device can be a problem. So SanDisk has come up with what it believes is the ideal solution: the Connect Wireless Flash Drive.Although it may look much like a normal... >>

SanDisk delivers first 128GB microSD card, but no sign of super-fast UHS-II just yet

SanDisk delivers first 128GB microSD card, but no sign of super-fast UHS-II just yet

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It's been a long time coming, but SanDisk has now launched the world's first 128GB microSD card. We've seen counterfeits before, but this one is the real deal.Or, to be specific, it's a microSDXC card. Those all-important last two letters are of key importance... >>

SanDisk's U3 Extreme Pro SDXC memory card delivers 250MB/s write speeds - ideal for 4K video and RAW

SanDisk's U3 Extreme Pro SDXC memory card delivers 250MB/s write speeds - ideal for 4K video and RAW

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Flash storage-maker SanDisk has introduced a new high-performance SD memory card, the Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC UHS-II.Th new SD card is ideal for 4K video recording and continuous burst-mode shooting in RAW or other high-resolution formats, and it is even... >>

Are you using the right SD card?

Are you using the right SD card?

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SD, SDHC, SDXC and all their micro equivalents - whether you buy them branded by Jessops, SanDisk, Kingston, Trascend, Fujifilm, Lexar, Samsung; they’re all basically the same, right? Wrong, but you knew that. What you might not have been so clear about... >>

SanDisk eyes up Eye-Fi for SD card range

SanDisk eyes up Eye-Fi for SD card range

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SanDisk has announced a partnership with Wi-Fi specialist Eye-Fi, meaning a range of SanDisk SD cards carrying the wireless tech.Packing 802.11n Wi-Fi and Class 4 minimum sustained write speed, the SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless memory card will be able to hook-up... >>

SanDIsk's 64GB drive that's the size of your fingertip

SanDIsk's 64GB drive that's the size of your fingertip

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SanDisk has shown off its news Solid State Drive at this year’s CES and while that might sound like one of the dullest sentences you’re read this week, it's the sheer size of it that’s impressive.The miniature drive, currently going under the moniker... >>

SanDisk Sansa Fuze+: Pocket-friendly PMP

SanDisk Sansa Fuze+: Pocket-friendly PMP

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Sandisk has announced the latest budget PMP in its range - the Sansa Fuze+.The Sansa Fuze+ has a 2.4-inch, QVGA, LCD touchscreen that, according to the flash memory specialist, "produces sharp, vibrant images when viewing videos or photos".You can swipe... >>

SanDisk 64GB solid state drive is the size of a postage stamp

SanDisk 64GB solid state drive is the size of a postage stamp

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If you thought your gadgets were getting smaller already, wait until they get the chance to pack SanDisk's new Solid State Drive (SSD) in them.The company famous for making SD cards for your camera, and the odd MP3 player at it happens, has announced... >>

Xbox 360 USB storage update rolls out

Xbox 360 USB storage update rolls out

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As promised Microsoft has released a mandatory update to its Xbox 360 console and with it added support for USB storage devices."The most recent update to Xbox LIVE enables support for USB flash drives to expand the memory of your Xbox 360 console.... >>

SanDisk "Something Big" is 32GB microSD card

SanDisk "Something Big" is 32GB microSD card

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Well, looks like SanDisk's "Something Big" announcement is actually a new 32GB microSD card rather than - well "Something Big".The news, which has leaked out ahead of schedule thanks to a time machine (read wrong time set for publish date) from the... >>

SanDisk Sansa Clip+ launches in UK

SanDisk Sansa Clip+ launches in UK

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SanDisk has announced the Sansa Clip+ MP3 player in the UK, the successor to the SanDisk Sansa Clip with that "+" coming in the form of a microSD memory card slot. As the name might suggest, the player gets a clip on the back for wearability, a 1-inch... >>

SanDisk at it again with Nintendo DSi SDHC card

SanDisk at it again with Nintendo DSi SDHC card

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Following the earlier debut of its "Netbook" SD card, and the Wii-branded cards it offers, SanDisk has announced the launch of the official memory card for the Nintendo DSi. SanDisk says the SDHC card for Nintendo DSi "provides gamers with the extra storage... >>

SanDisk Extreme Pro CF launches

SanDisk Extreme Pro CF launches

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SanDisk has launched its latest professional grade CompactFlash card, the Extreme Pro. The new cards are pitched at pro photographers, offering read and write speeds up to 90MB/s, with cards coming in from 16, 32 and 64GB capacities SanDisk claims the... >>

SanDisk Clip+ MP3 player announced

SanDisk Clip+ MP3 player announced

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SanDisk has announced a followup to its critically acclaimed Sansa Clip MP3 player. It's called the Clip+, which is only slightly better than if they'd named it the "Clip 2". As with the previous model, it's compatible with SanDisk's slotMusic and slotRadio... >>

SanDisk announces world's fastest 32GB SDHC card

SanDisk announces world's fastest 32GB SDHC card

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SanDisk has introduced what it says is the fastest 32GB SDHC card on the market. The 32GB SanDisk Extreme SDHC card offers Class 10, up to 30 megabytes per second read and write speeds, and aimed particularly at digital photography enthusiasts with high-end... >>

SanDisk offers "Netbook" SDHC cards

SanDisk offers "Netbook" SDHC cards

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SanDisk has launched a memory card that it is angling as specific to netbook owners. The SanDisk Netbook SDHC removable flash memory card is said to offer consumers "an easy and affordable way to significantly increase their netbooks' storage capacity".... >>

SanDisk to offer 32GB microSDHC card

SanDisk to offer 32GB microSDHC card

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SanDisk will launch a 32GB microSDHC card this year, Pocket-lint has learnt. The news means media fans will be able to store twice as much as with SanDisk's current offerings. microSD is roadmapped up to 32GB, so this will be the last update for the standard... >>

SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC - 16GB
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SanDisk Mobile Ultra microSDHC - 16GB

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You've never got enough storage have you? Well SanDisk is hoping to change this for mobile phone users keen to take movies or music on the go, with a new 16GB microSDHC card. But is it enough? We get storing to find out. Ok, we admit the premise of reading... >>

SanDisk slotRadio player

SanDisk slotRadio player

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It might not be coming to the UK anytime soon, but that hasn't stopped us getting our mits on the latest MP3 player released by SanDisk at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new player will come with 1000 tracks that you buy in a pack for... >>

Sandisk launching Rock Band 2-branded SD card

Sandisk launching Rock Band 2-branded SD card

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SanDisk has announced a Rock Band 2-branded SD gaming card, designed to help Nintendo Wii gamers expand the storage capacity of their console. While gamers wait for a better solution from Nintendo themselves, gamers can only save content such as downloaded... >>

SanDisk to launch world's largest capacity mobile memory cards

SanDisk to launch world's largest capacity mobile memory cards

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SanDisk has announced it will be launching the world's largest removable storage capacity for mobile phones this month. Its Mobile Ultra microSDHC cards and Memory Stick Micro mobile memory cards will both begin shipping in the States before the month... >>

SanDisk launches slotRadio player

SanDisk launches slotRadio player

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SanDisk has unveiled the new Sansa slotRadio player and line of slotRadio music cards that it says is designed especially for the "casual music consumer" - whatever that means. A US launch, the Sansa slotRadio player is a portable music device that comes... >>

SanDisk Ultra Backup USB drive offers backup on the go

SanDisk Ultra Backup USB drive offers backup on the go

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SanDisk has launched a USB flash drive that comes with backup software included so you can back up your PC at the press of a button. The SanDisk Ultra Backup USB portable flash drive as it will be called is the first offering of the company’s new SanDisk... >>

Credit Crunch Christmas: SanDisk Sansa Clip

Credit Crunch Christmas: SanDisk Sansa Clip

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It's a bold statement, but we think SanDisk's little Sansa Clip MP3 player would make a neat gift for pretty much anyone on your Christmas list. Cheap enough to buy as a first MP3 player for a tween or teen, it's also really easy to use so shouldn't scare... >>

SanDisk Cruzer Enterprise gets Mac support

SanDisk Cruzer Enterprise gets Mac support

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SanDisk has announced that its Cruzer Enterprise is the first secure USB flash drive to fully support Apple Mac OS X computers. Available now, SanDisk says the Cruzer Enterprise helps IT professionals more effectively protect information on company-issued... >>

Seagate CEO hints at SSD tech to come

Seagate CEO hints at SSD tech to come

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Seagate's CEO has confirmed that the company is working on its very own line-up of Solid State Drives in a briefing with Pocket-lint. Bill Watkins, CEO of Seagate, gave a rare hint at what kind of SSD technology the company is pumping resources into.... >>

Samsung drops SanDisk bid

Samsung drops SanDisk bid

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Samsung has withdrawn its $6 billion takeover bid for SanDisk after Toshiba has invested $1 billion in a 30% share of the memory company. Samsung said the reason for the withdrawal was SanDisk's declining value amid the industry downturn. "After nearly... >>

Toshiba buys $1 billion share in SanDisk

Toshiba buys $1 billion share in SanDisk

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SanDisk has announced it is to sell 30% of its manufacturing capacity to Toshiba in a $1 billion deal. Toshiba and SanDisk currently operate three joint ventures and will remain equal partners for the remaining 70% of manufacturing capacity. They will... >>

SanDisk reveals slotMusic line-up

SanDisk reveals slotMusic line-up

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SanDisk is hoping to take on CDs with its new music platform, slotMusic. While the platform, which uses microSD cards for holding albums, isn't going to arrive in the UK until next year, US punters can now buy slotMusic albums from Best Buy and Wal-Mart... >>

SanDisk launches Sansa slotMusic player

SanDisk launches Sansa slotMusic player

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SanDisk has unveiled its Sansa slotMusic player, the hardware designed especially for its new slotMusic microSD music platform. The plug and play, portable music player will be available Sansa-branded player, as well as branded for various "popular artists"... >>

Best Music Gadget 2008 nominations

Best Music Gadget 2008 nominations

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Here are the nominations for Best Music Gadget in The Vodafone Pocket-lint Gadget Awards: iPod nano 4G Creative Zen X-Fi SanDisk Sansa Fuze Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin iPod speakers Creative GigaWorks T3 speakers The Pocket-lint awards are the longest... >>

New SanDisk memory card readers to launch in November

New SanDisk memory card readers to launch in November

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SanDisk is to launch two new memory card readers that promise to let you stream data to your images faster than before. Although not officially announcing the new products until November, Pocket-lint has learnt that the new models; called the SanDisk... >>

SanDisk Extreme IV CF cards get speed boost

SanDisk Extreme IV CF cards get speed boost

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SanDisk's Extreme IV range of CompactFlash cards now includes a 16GB card as well as faster transfer speeds throughout the line-up. The series has received a 12.5% speed boost up to 45 megabytes per second (MBps). And SanDisk has also added a 16GB card... >>

SanDisk and big four record labels launch slotMusic

SanDisk and big four record labels launch slotMusic

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A new physical music format has been launched by SanDisk and the big four record labels, EMI Music, Sony BMG, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group. Dubbed "slotMusic" the format is based on the microSD cards that are due to launch soon available... >>

Samsung makes hostile bid for SanDisk

Samsung makes hostile bid for SanDisk

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Samsung has made a hostile take-over bid for SanDisk, after 4 months of negotiations to buy the company did not result in a deal. Samsung chose to go public with the $5.9 billion bid that equated to a $26-a-share cash offer, working out as an 80% premium... >>

Sansa Fuze gets colourful remake in UK

Sansa Fuze gets colourful remake in UK

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Following its announcement earlier in the year in the US, SanDisk has announced that UK customers will be able to get the Sansa Fuze in a range of colours other than black. Making the announcement at IFA in Berlin, a spokesperson for the company said... >>

SanDisk Extreme III delivers 30MBps read/write speeds

SanDisk Extreme III delivers 30MBps read/write speeds

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SanDisk is claiming that its Extreme III SDHC memory card line-up can deliver read/write speeds of up to 30MBps when used with Nikon's new SLR - the D90. The manufacturer explains that the new cards deliver a 50% speed boost from previous 20MBps cards,... >>

Is Seagate going after SanDisk?

Is Seagate going after SanDisk?

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What more could you ask for than a big, juicy piece of industry gossip on a Friday evening. And here it is ... reports are circulating the web that storage pro Seagate could be after memory card manufacturer SanDisk. The news comes via EETimes, which... >>

SanDisk launches WORM SD cards

SanDisk launches WORM SD cards

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SanDisk has launched a new type of SD memory card - the WORM card, a "Write Once Read Many" option for professional uses such as police investigations, court testimony, electronic voting and other applications where data files must be protected from alteration... >>