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Sandisk launches $800 512GB Extreme Pro SD card

09/12, 9:20am

New card aims at 4k videography, burst photography

Flash disk manufacturer SanDisk Corporation has launched its 512GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I memory card, the world's highest capacity SD card on the market. The new offering is designed to meet the demands of industry professionals who shoot 4K Ultra High Definition (3840x2160p) video, Full HD video (1920x1080) and high-speed burst mode photography.

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Sandisk launches value-oriented Ultra II SSD with TLC media

08/20, 11:26am

Sandisk first company besides Samsung to make TLC-based SSDs

Sandisk today announced the new SanDisk Ultra II SSD with enhanced SSD Dashboard. The new SATA-3, 2.5-inch drive ships in 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB capacities, and is the first SSD outside of those manufactured by Samsung to use TLC flash media.

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SanDisk enters agreement to acquire flash hardware marker Fusion-io

06/16, 4:34pm

Flash storage company looks to boost enterprise offerings with Fusion-io purchase

Flash storage company SanDisk announced today that it has entered into an agreement to acquire flash technology company Fusion-io. The cash deal will see the flash enterprise company enhance SanDisk's business ventures, adding flash memory and storage hardware to SanDisk's existing products. The deal was made for a reported $1.1 billion.

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Sandisk ships enthusiast-grade Extreme Pro SSD with 10-year warranty

06/06, 10:13am

New drive available in capacities up to 1TB

Flash storage manufacturer SanDisk has announced the availability of its new SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD -- a drive designed for gamers, PC enthusiasts, and media professionals. The new drive offers a 10-year limited warranty, SATA-3 connectivity, sequential read speeds of 550MB per second and write speeds of up to 520MB per second, and up to 1TB of capacity.

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SanDisk launches self-encrypting SSD line in 2.5-inch, M2 sizes

05/13, 3:27pm

Drive uses hardware-level AES 256-bit, is FIPS 197 certified

Storage company SanDisk today announced the availability of the company's first, self-encrypting solid state drive -- the SanDisk X300s SSD. The drive, available in M.2 and 2.5-inch form factors uses Microsoft Encrypted Hard Drive hardware-based encryption, coupled with a new SSD administration dashboard to secure user data and maximize performance.

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Sandisk offers Optimus Max 4TB SAS SSD to enterprise

05/01, 9:35am

Drive uses MLC, gives 400MBPS transfer speeds

Flash storage specialists SanDisk Corporation today announced the Optimus Max Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) solid state drive (SSD), the industry's first 4TB SAS SSD. The new 2.5-inch 19nm eMLC-based SSD is capable of up to 400MB per second read and write, with up to 75,000 read operations per second, and 15,000 write operations per second.

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SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II U3 SD card boasts 250MB/s write speed

02/12, 12:15pm

High writing speed makes new SanDisk memory card suitable for 4K video recording

SanDisk has unveiled a new SD card that offers a write speed of up to 250MB/s, making it ideal for recent camera releases from Sony and Panasonic capable of recording 4K-resolution video at a high data rate. The SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC UHS-II memory card exceeds the UHS Speed Class 3 Rating, with its writing speed beaten only by the 280MB/s read speed.

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SanDisk buys Smart Storage Systems for $307M for enterprise technology

07/02, 11:46am

Acquisition to bolster existing SanDisk enterprise storage devices

Storage manufacturer SanDisk is acquiring enterprise solid state drive developer Smart Storage Systems. The "definitive agreement" to purchase the company sees SanDisk paying approximately $307 million in cash and "equity-based incentive awards" to Silver Lake Partners, with the boardroom-approved deal expected to be completed in August.

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WD uses SanDisk iSSD flash in 5mm-thick solid state hybrid drives

05/07, 11:34am

Uses iSSD to cache data for faster transfers

Western Digital has revealed it is working with SanDisk for its 5mm (0.2-inches) thick solid state hybrid drives (SSHD) that it revealed last month. The WD Black SSHD storage, aimed at notebook manufacturers aiming to create thinner devices, uses SanDisk's flash memory technology for the solid-state portion, which works alongside the WD-created hard disk.

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SanDisk unveils quartet of new flash devices

06/20, 1:00am

Backed by AES encryption, cloud storage software

On Thursday, SanDisk announced four new products enhancing existing product lines. Newly unveiled are the Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I card, the Extreme USB 3.0 flash drive, the thin Cruzer Pop USB Drive, and a new high-capacity Cruzer Glide. Each product emphasizes something different -- the SDHC card boasts fast read/write speed for a card, the Extreme USB 3.0 sports the new faster USB interface, the Cruzer Pop is extremely thin, and the extension of the Cruzer Glide line provides mass USB flash storage.

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ETSI puts nano-SIM vote on hold following RIM cheat claims

03/30, 6:00am

ETSI postpones nano-SIM vote due to divisions

Standards body ETSI has put the controversial nano-SIM vote on hold following a tumultuous build-up ahead of their latest meeting. According to FOSS Patents, the deep divisions between various smartphone makers including Apple, RIM and Nokia made it impossible to move forward with the vote as planned. Matters were further inflamed ahead of the vote with RIM also accusing Apple of vote-stacking by using proxies to conceal the identity of at least three member voters whom RIM has alleged actually work for Apple.

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Fox, Warner, SanDisk, WD announce Project Phenix for DRM

02/29, 1:15pm

Media on multiple devices, supports UltraViolet

Some of the same studios that developed the the UltraViolet digital standard are launching a new initiative to make content available across multiple devices. SanDisk, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group and Western Digital have formed a new working group dubbed the Secure Content Storage Association (SCSA) to develop a new digital rights management (DRM) protocol that would make digital media available across multiple devices and through the cloud. The group will develop the system under the working title "Project Phenix."

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SanDisk claims smallest ever 128-gigabit flash chip

02/22, 10:25am

SanDisk 128Gb chip sets size record

SanDisk's NAND flash lineup may have set a record Wednesday after the company claimed to have the world's smallest 128-gigabit (16GB) memory chip. The 19 nanometer, three-bit-per-cell storage has a footprint of about 170mm square (0.26in square), or less than that of a penny. It's also relatively quick for its capacity and size at 144Mbps (18MB) per second.

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Analyst charged with insider trading of SanDisk, Apple info

02/18, 6:05pm

Kinnucan accused of fraud

A slew of insider trading charges were leveled Friday against a Portland, Oregon-based analyst who allegedly provided significant leaks regarding the technology industry. Consultant John Kinnucan was accused of two counts each of securities fraud and conspiracy for reportedly passing on secret information about F5, Flextronics, and SanDisk to hedge funds that in turn unfairly benefited from the information to a combined $1.58 million. Sources at Flextronics and SanDisk ended up relating information about Apple's iPhone patterns.

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SanDisk acquires FlashSoft for enterprise SSD tech

02/15, 10:15pm

Acquisition said to benefit enterprise products

SanDisk has announced that it has moved to acquire FlashSoft, a software company that specializes in flash storage for enterprise products. The latter company's software is geared for Windows, Linux and VMware platforms, helping to improve application performance by implementing SSD-based data caching that operates alongside standard disk drives.

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SanDisk kicks out Extreme SSD for home, X100 SSD for OEMs

02/14, 5:45pm

SanDisk puts out two very high-end SSDs

SanDisk in a late Tuesday refresh tackled the very high end of solid-state drives still accessible to the public. The Extreme SSD is meant as much for gamers as for pro users and matches the performance of other fast drives with peak read speeds of 550MB per second and peak writes at 520MB per second. Its edge may be through the input-output rate, which tops at 83,000IOPS for writes and 44,000IOPS for reads.

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Motorola Droid 4 gets torn down, packs huge battery

02/13, 12:30pm

iFixIt gives Droid 4 poorest 4 out of 10 score

The Motorola Droid 4 is the latest subject of iFixit's teardowns. The team managed to remove the non user-removable battery fairly easily, though the hardware QWERTY keyboard is oddly integrated into the motherboard and difficult to repair. This was the main reason iFixit gave the Droid 4 its lowest repairability score to date, at 4 out of 10.

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NGSM would copy-protect movies stored on flash, Android

12/19, 1:35pm

Next Generation Secure Memory standard detailed

A coalition of companies have proposed the Next Generation Secure Memory standard to lock down movies and other content stored on flash memory. Panasonic, Samsung, SanDisk, Sony, and Toshiba are working on a system that would put unique IDs on embedded and removable storage like SD cards and encrypt content based on public keys. The move would let studios offer movies on a non-disc physical format but theoretically keep it from being freely copied without relying on protection in the file itself.

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Nook Tablet gets a teardown from iFixIt

11/21, 11:05am

iFixIt gives Nook Tablet a 6/10 repair score

The iFixIt crew has just obtained the Nook Tablet conducted its traditional teardown in search of its repairability and parts. The full color e-book reader has a unique built-in design element that is the carabineer clip on its corner. The microSD card slot is right beside it and it's surrounded by two small circles that hide screws.

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iPod marks 10th anniversary with a changed Apple

10/23, 1:00pm

iPod introduced 10 years ago today

Apple's iPod on Sunday marked its tenth anniversary in a very different landscape. The MP3 player was unveiled on October 23, 2001 at an event in Apple's Town Hall at its Cupertino headquarters in what's now considered one of the late Steve Jobs' crowning achievements. Its first iPod, available in just a 5GB capacity with only Mac and FireWire support, reached stores on November 10 that year for $399.

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ASUS Zenbook UX21 teardown shows MacBook Air similarity

10/21, 10:05am

ASUS UX21 has similar basic design idea as Apple

A new teardown of the ASUS Zenbook UX21 at AnandTech has shown that its internal design, just like the outside, is very similar to the MacBook Air. Partly out of necessity, the 11-inch ultrabook uses the same basic concept of a two-board core area at the back while the front two thirds are dominated by four discrete lithium batteries. Likewise, it uses the same stick-based SSD format, although here the drives are supplied by ADATA (128GB) and SanDisk (256GB) rather than Samsung and Toshiba.

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iPod nano seventh-gen teardown shows jump to SanDisk flash

10/07, 1:55pm

iPod nano 7G look shows new flash memory

A new teardown of the seventh-generation iPod nano has uncovered more changes than the otherwise modest update would suggest. iFixit discovered that Apple has switched from its favorite flash memory suppliers, Samsung and Toshiba, to SanDisk. While SanDisk has often partnered with Toshiba in the past, the step will see the company for the first time end up making flash memory for the iPod it had said it could defeat years ago.

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SanDisk outs Memory Vault long-term storage device, more

09/14, 10:55am

SanDisk updates range of mobile storage devices

SanDisk introduced a slew of new or updated storage on Wednesday, starting with the Memory Vault. Meant for long-term data storage such as family photos, the drive uses solid-state storage and the company's Chronolock technology for preserving data for up to a claimed 100 years. It ships in 8GB and 16GB capacities, priced at $50 and $80, respectively.

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Motorola Droid Bionic torn down, found very easy to fix

09/09, 10:05am

Droid Bionic gets unofficial parts breakdown

Motorola's just-shipped Droid Bionic has been given a teardown that shows surprisingly easy access. The iFixit look found that 11 standard screws guard the inside, and just a minimum of screws and other extras keep components in place. The Verizon phone's internals are also very modular and keep many components, like the camera or LCD, replaceable individually instead of being tied together on expensive ribbon cables.

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Samsung pulls Galaxy Tab 7.7 from IFA in Apple move [U]

09/03, 11:35am

Samsung drops all references to Tab 7.7 at IFA

(Update: confirmed Apple move) Samsung on Saturday suddenly pulled the Galaxy Tab 7.7 and all references to it from the IFA show floor. Along with removing demo units, the company has been hiding some references with curtains and pulling decals that refer to it by name. In a podcast, Netbook News noted that the Android tablets had been replaced with Wave 3 units.

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SanDisk Sansa Clip Zip takes on iPod shuffle with color LCD

08/24, 10:40am

SanDisk intros tiny, Mac-ready Sansa Clip Zip

After two years' silence in the category, SanDisk returned to mini MP3 players in earnest with the Sansa Clip Zip. It stands as the first clippable Sansa with a real color screen and aims to challenge the iPod shuffle by providing the features of a full player, but at the price and size of Apple's least expensive player. Although it has just a 1.1-inch LCD, it gives an 83 percent improvement over the earlier, lower-resolution two-tone OLEDs and can display album art.

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SanDisk Ultra SSD en-route to retailers

07/26, 6:40am

New SanDisk Ultra SSDs inbound

SanDisk has started shipping its latest SSDs to retailers. The SanDisk Ultra SATA II range is being pitched at enthusiasts interested in upgrading their own desktops or notebooks or extending the life of an older piece of equipment. SanDisk argue that replacing a traditional spinning hard drive with an SSD is more cost-effective than buying a new computer.

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Motorola Droid 3 teardown shows same 3G chip as iPhone 4

07/18, 1:15pm

Droid 3 torn down by iFixit

A new teardown of Verizon's just-launched Motorola Droid 3 has shown a link to its rival at Verizon, the iPhone 4. iFixit's disassembly found that the Droid 3 was using the same Qualcomm MDM6600 as in the CDMA iPhone 4. Unlike the Apple-made device, though, the Droid 3 makes full use of its chip and can roam in Europe and elsewhere with both GSM and HSPA 3G.

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HP TouchPad costs $307 to make, shares little with iPad 2

07/03, 11:50pm

iSuppli gives HP TouchPad an early cost breakdown

iSuppli on Sunday estimated that the HP TouchPad cost $306.65 to make. The raw parts cost for a 16GB Wi-Fi model is about $17 less than a 3G iPad 2 and suggests HP's Palm team opted to focus on a similar level of quality and profit margin.

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SanDisk intros 100-series SSDs, chips for tablets, notebooks

05/30, 11:25pm

SanDisk U100, i100, iNAND Extreme arrive

SanDisk kicked off Computex with a trio of flash-based storage devices made for everything from phones through to ultraportables. The SanDisk SSD line gets the U100, a raw SATA III card that gives thin-and-light notebooks speed closer to desktop SSDs. They can read and write at high peak speeds of 450MB and 340MB per second respectively and yet can fit in anything from a half-sized, slim SSD card through to 2.5-inch, enclosed designs meant for conventional notebooks.

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SanDisk buys Pliant for pro-grade solid-state drives

05/16, 10:40am

Gives Sandisk access to $4.2 billion market

SanDisk has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire Pliant Technology for $327 million in cash plus incentives. Sandisk's focus primarily has been on the consumer market, either directly or through OEMs. Pliant makes high performance SSD drives with SAS (SCSI) interfaces. Acquiring Pliant puts the company in a better position to go after the enterprise SSD storage market.

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Samsung's Chrome OS netbook specs leak, show dual-core Atom

04/28, 9:30pm

Samsung Alex Chrome OS netbook pops up

Details of Samsung's first Chrome OS netbook escaped late Wednesday with a code page (since pulled) for Chromium OS. Codenamed Alex, it would have the same 1280x800 screen resolution as the Cr-48 but pack a significantly newer dual-core, 1.5GHz Atom N550. Also spotted were 2GB of RAM and one of SanDisk's P4 mini-SSDs supplying storage.

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BlackBerry PlayBook teardown shows easier fixes than iPad 2

04/19, 5:35pm

BlackBerry PlayBook gets iFixit dissection

RIM scored a minor victory on Tuesday after a teardown of the BlackBerry PlayBook by iFixit came down in its favor. The inaugural tablet's repair friendliness reached seven out of 10, higher than the iPad 2's four, for components that could be much more easily extracted. Despite the smaller and largely very thin design, the back cover, mid-plane construction, and individual components could all be swapped out easily if necessary.

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Rumor: Microsoft killing off Zune players for good

03/14, 5:00pm

Microsoft said axing Zune players permanently

Microsoft will mark the end to a sidetrack in its history by phasing out its Zune hardware once and for all, according to a Bloomberg source said. Under the strategy, the company would keep selling the existing Zune HD but would phase it out entirely once considered obsolete. The Zune software would be left, as would the Zune Marketplace key to getting content for Windows Phone 7 and the Xbox 360.

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Memory card in MetroPCS Galaxy Indulge to track content

02/15, 12:50pm

SanDisk card from MetroPCS to track content

The bundled SanDisk microSD memory card with the Samsung Galaxy Indulge at MetroPCS will be capable of tracking what users put on it, SlashGear reported on Tuesday. Each time the user places something on the card, the information will be sent to MetroPCS servers. This will allow the carrier to personalize the content they offer users in the future, though the statistics will remain anonymous.

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SanDisk, Imation sign cross-license pact, settle cases

02/02, 10:35am

SanDisk, Imation settle differences out of court

SanDisk and Imation on Wednesday announced they had come to a cross-license deal that will allow the latter to use the former's patents in its flash memory products. The agreement settles two cases filed by SanDisk in Federal District Court against Imation that are believed to date back to 2007. The deal will see Imation pay royalties to SanDisk for technology used in its USB flash drives and solid state drives.

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SanDisk unveils SDHC card at UHS-I speeds

01/18, 10:50am

SanDisk UHS-I SDHC cards sport 45MBps speeds

SanDisk on Monday introduced its new line of Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-I memory cards. They meet the Ultra High Speed (UHS) SD 3.0 specification that allows them to reach 45MBps read and write speeds. Also supported is the UHS Speed Class 1 video rating that guarantees 10MBps minimum sustained write speeds capable of recording 1080p videos or even 3D content.

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SanDisk announces world’s fastest high capacity CF card

01/05, 10:00pm

Also intros new security features, flash drives

SanDisk today unveiled several new additions to its product range. Heading up the announcements is what SanDisk is referring to as the world’s fastest high capacity CompactFlash card. The new CF card comes with 128GB of storage and with write speeds of up to 100MB/s. With CompactFlash remaining a format of choice for professional photographers using DSLR cameras, the new CF card incorporates a feature set aimed at professional photographers and videographers. It supports imaging applications requiring 1920x1080 resolution, up to 50Mbps bit rate and 4:2:2 color sampling.

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Steve Jobs beats Schmidt, Bezos for CEO of the Decade award

12/08, 9:40am

Apple CEO named decade's best over Amazon, Google

A year-end wrap-up has named Apple chief Steve Jobs the CEO of the decade. The nod from MarketWatch put him ahead of other well-known tech executives that defined the period, including Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Google's Eric Schmidt. He also trumped those outside of the field, such as Starbucks' Howard Schultz and engine maker Cummins' Tim Solso.

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Nikon, SanDisk, Sony team on 500MBps CompactFlash cards

11/30, 7:40am

Nikon, SanDisk and Sony work on 500MB sec CF cards

Nikon, SanDisk and Sony today proposed a format to the CompactFlash Association that would dramatically increase the performance of CF cards. The revamp would switch from an internal Parallel ATA interface to PCI Express, giving as much as 500MB per second of headroom. It would be three times faster than the 167MB CF 6.0 spec finished just this month and still faster than the 375MB per second CFast standard, which uses SATA.

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Galaxy Tab teardown: mimicking Apple outside, unique inside

11/12, 2:45pm

Samsung Galaxy Tab gets US teardown

Samsung's Galaxy Tab was given an American teardown today by iFixit that contrasted the similarity to Apple on the outside with the difference inside. The design is "definitely mimicking Apple" in its shell and has a proprietary dock connector that's virtually identical to the 30-pin layout. Samsung has also unintentionally duplicated Apple's sealed-in design since users need two separate tools to pry open the plastic frame, although it doesn't have retaining clips that could be broken.

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Galaxy Tab costs less to make than iPad, priced the same

11/01, 7:45pm

iSupply finds Galaxy Tab overpriced versus iPad

Samsung may be charging a premium on the Galaxy Tab despite it actually costing less to make than an iPad, iSuppli estimated today in a cost breakdown. Although the Galaxy Tab is within $30 of a 3G iPad in stores, it only costs about $205.22 in raw parts where Apple's larger 16GB tablet costs $59 more to produce. Analysts indirectly accused Samsung of making an upsized Galaxy S phone but charging a tablet premium.

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11-inch MacBook Air teardown shows Toshiba SSD

10/21, 4:15pm

iFixit finds Toshiba SSD in smaller MacBook Air

An ongoing teardown of the new 11-inch MacBook Air by iFixit has discovered extra details beyond just what Apple showed during its own keynote. The ultraportable's SSD was already known to be custom since none take up its very narrow shape, but the 64GB example here is now known to be entirely Toshiba-derived and uses the Japanese firm's memory controller and four 16GB chips from the same firm. It won't be user-replaceable but, at half the thickness and less overall area, is key to the system's thin design.

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SanDisk, Samsung seen supplying bare SSDs for MacBook Air

10/18, 11:00am

SanDisk pSSD and Samsung drive for MacBook Air

Apple's new MacBook Air may go lean by relying on relatively unused SSD technology, a tentative note by Lazard Capital investment analyst Danile Amir. Apart from backing a 11.6-inch model and SSD-only storage, he was told by an unnamed source that SanDisk and Samsung would supply at least 64GB and 128GB drives. Amir expected the drives would be relatively cheap at $100 to $200 in raw costs versus several hundred dollars, as in the past.

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Leak: 11.6-inch MacBook Air due Oct. 20 with bare-metal SSD

10/15, 3:40pm

11.6-inch MacBook Air allegedly locked for Oct. 20

Apple's October 20 event should focus on the rumored 11.6-inch MacBook Air with a particular twist in storage, a leak this afternoon claimed. Multiple sources, at least one known to be accurate, said the ultraportable would use barebones SSDs for storage instead of the 1.8-inch fully enclosed drives used now. These wouldn't be as easily replaceable by users, AppleInsider said, but take up much less space in the tight confines of an even smaller system.

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Kingston intros 32GB microSDHC memory cards

10/06, 6:35pm

Kingston announces 32GB microSDHC memory cards

Kingston on Wednesday introduced its first 32GB microSDHC memory card. The Class 4 card will ship on October 11, and effectively doubles the largest microSDHC offering from the memory maker. The company trailsSanDisk, who was first with a 32GB microSDHC card.

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Editorial: why the new iPod nano is the best music player

09/11, 1:35pm

Early take on Apple's sixth-generation iPod nano

When Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled his company’s new iPod Nano, some Apple lovers cringed. The device that was once so useful, they complained, has become a glorified iPod shuffle. But they might not necessarily have had reason to fear; in fact, the truth might just be the opposite.

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ExoPC Slate up for pre-order in 64GB trim minus GPS

09/06, 12:50pm

ExoPC tablet takes advance sales

ExoPC this weekend acted on its promises and started taking pre-orders for the ExoPC Slate. The Windows tablet will first ship with a "fast" 64GB SanDisk SSD but without the initially hoped for GPS, since the current chip isn't working properly. In exchange, the price is dropping to $750 Canadian ($724 US), regardless of whether or not GPS is added back.

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One more Zune HD coming in 2011?

09/01, 5:35pm

Microsoft hinting at last hurrah for Zune HD

Microsoft may give the Zune HD one last try, but not for some time, a source hinted Wednesday. The device mentioned to ZDNet would, as predicted, use at least some of Windows Phone 7 but wouldn't ship until sometime in 2011. Given its early development, most hardware was unknown, although it would keep using an ARM processor much like the NVIDIA Tegra used today.

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Sansa Fuse+ arrives to resuscitate SanDisk's MP3 brand

08/31, 8:55am

SanDisk Sansa Fuse Plus gets new UI, many formats

After a long silence, SanDisk today finally updated its core MP3 players with the Sansa Fuze+. The MP3 player is first a reworking of SanDisk's interface and drops the iPod-like jogwheel for a capacitive touch directional pad. Its software interface is also new and brings a simpler if Zune-inspired "film strip" interface that puts major categories at top and provides either quick access from the top level or a launch into a deeper level.

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