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SanDisk preps 16GB microSDHC, M2 Ultra cards

updated 12:00 am EST, Wed January 7, 2009

SanDisk 16GB Mobile Ultra

SanDisk continued its CES news on Wednesday with word of updates to its Mobile Ultra cards. The company now has 16GB versions of both its microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro cards that double the company's previous best capacity without sacrificing performance. Faster transfer speeds let them support higher-resolution video capture, live GPS and other features that sometimes bog down with more basic mobile storage.

The cards cost $120 for the microSDHC version and $130 for its Memory Stick Micro equivalent; both include a mini USB reader for transferring data to or from a host computer. SanDisk anticipates both cards shipping later this month.



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