Panasonic racing SanDisk to the 32GB SDHC memory card prize

The ‘world’s first’ 32GB SDHC memory card has been given a launch date of April, with more details confirmed.

Panasonic claims it’ll have the fastest SDHC speed classification of 6, can store 12 hours of HD video at 1440 x 1080i, four hours of 1902 x 1080i and 12,320 10-megapixel photos.

SanDisk is also launching a 32GB SDHC card in April, however it’s got a read/write…

SanDisk announces deets of their 32GB SDHC memory card – Flickr petrified

sandisk-32GB.jpgIt’s fairly dry to start off with a story about an SDHC memory card, but when you hear the news below, you might just self combust with happiness. I know I already have – I’m writing this from my grave.

32GB! 32GB of storage on an SDHC card! SanDisk today announced the full details of their new addition to the reputable Ultra II range of memory cards, first mentioned at the end of last year. With a read/write rate of up to…

SanDisk announces Sansa View flagship video MP3 player

sandisk_sansa_view_front_shot.jpgSanDisk has announced its new Sansa View video MP3 player, offering a number of cool features but without costing the earth.

The two new models, expected to arrive in October, are a step up from the Sansa e200 series, offering either 8GB or 16GB of built-in storage, plus up to 8GB of additional storage via optional microSD/microSDHC cards.

The players natively supporting major audio and video formats including MP3, WMA, WAV, H.264, WMV, and MPEG4, plus the ability to convert other formats, including DivX, via the Sansa Media Converter software. It also supports many music download and subscription services including Rhapsody To Go, Napster, and eMusic.