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Professional photographers in Australia and NZ will likely be smiling at the availability of SanDisk’s Extreme IV 16GB card, matching SanDisk’s “Ducati Edition” in speed but doubling the capacity, although at AUD $450 a pop you’ll need to be a pro-photographer to pay for it!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 13 October 2008 12:25

Will an 'S' in SSD soon stand for Seagate?

Seagate, the world’s largest hard disk manufacturer, is slowly making the move towards the solid state disk (SSD) space, but faces fierce competition from the very NAND manufacturers it will buy its NAND memory from.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
The 16GB barrier has been broken for the microSDHC and M2 (Memory Stick Micro) formats with SanDisk set to launch 16GB models in October. It gives added weight to its “Wake up your phone” campaign, forces phone manufacturers to work on firmware updates that are 16GB compatible and further shames Apple into rethinking its policy of omitting memory card expansion for its mobile devices.

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