microSD

  • SanDisk announces the Sansa slotMusic players, we wonder why


    Today, SanDisk announced the Sansa slotMusic player, which it claims is the easiest MP3 player for “loading and listening to music on the go.” The slotMusic microSD cards were announced in September and today we see a $20 music player to play said microSD cards. Most of us are carrying cell phones with microSD slots with some archaic MP3 player built-in, so the cards themselves… Read More

  • SanDisk rolls out premium microSD cards. Premium means faster transfer speeds

    Apparently there’s a need for “premium” micoSD cards (and the like), otherwise SanDisk wouldn’t bother producing them. The company has just revealed premium models of microSD, microSDHC and Memory Stick Micro (M2) flash cards, all featuring faster transfer speeds than conventional, non-premium cards. If you’re asking yourself, “That’s all that makes… Read More

  • Kingston Announces SD, microSD Mobility Kit

    I often times find myself fumbling around between my microSD and SD cards to get pictures from my camera to my Ocean or music from my Ocean to my GPS, etc. It’s a real pain in the ass and I’m sure some of you feel the same way, so let’s rejoice over Kingston’s Mobility Kit that hopefully alleviates such unnecessary headaches. The all-in-one kit includes a microSD card… Read More

  • Tomatoflash USB Rock Powerhaus

    Tomatoflash! Tomatoflash!
    It’s a USB key that kicks ass! Uses microSD!
    Can’t you see?
    It’s really easy as 1-2-3! Throw your card in the back
    Just like that
    Now you’re ready to ROCK
    Yeah you’re ready to ROCK Read More

  • SanDisk Fills MicroSDHC to the Brim

    We’re not entirely sure any current phones can actually use them, but SanDisk has gone ahead and upped the capacity of its MicroSDHC cards to 8-frickin’-GB. That’s huge news for musicphone fans. 8GB holds about 2,000 MP3s. That’s good enough for me. Who needs an 8GB iPhone when you can have an 8GB, I dunno, Blackberry Pearl? That’s right, I can hear you thinking… Read More

  • Venzero Slickr PMP: It's All Screen

    From Venzero, the company you’ve never heard of, comes the Slickr (the Slickr?), a flash-based portable media player where the main attraction is its diminutive 2.83-inch widescreen display. It’s able to display 1.6 million colors, more than enough for the AVI videos you can load onto it. The rest is fairly basic: MP3/WMA/WAV compatible, JPEG picture viewing, voice recorder, etc. Read More

  • Nokia Introduces 3109 Classic

    Those of you in Europe should pay attention to the 3109 Classic from Nokia. This offering includes Bluetooth and microSD with a built-in music player, but lacks a camera. Perfect if you want to leave your iPod at home or if you can’t use a camera-phone in your work environment. Aside from Bluetooth and music playback, the phone is pretty much a no-frills device. It has an e-mail client… Read More

  • Samsung Develops 8GB MicroSD Card

    Not too sure how many of you use music phones out there in lieu of an iPod, but if you do, Samsung has some exciting news. Today, the company announced that it has developed an 8GB microSD card. This new model has an 8MB/sec write-speed, as opposed to the previous 2MB/sec speed on older cards. This is great news, because transferring 8GB of videos and music is just not what I call a fun… Read More

  • Get Your Paws On A Kingston 1GB microSD Card For $5.95!

    If you’ve been wanting a microSD card for your cellphone, now is your chance to get one on the cheap. MobilePlanet.com is selling the Kingston 1GB microSD card for $15.95 with a $10 mail-in-rebate. That brings the total price down to $5.95! A winner is you! Better hurry though, because as of this writing, only 42 were left in stock. Product Page [via BGR] Read More

  • Spectec Brings WiFi to Windows Mobile Devices via MicroSD

    If your Windows Mobile smartphone is suffering from WiFi envy, it can now get the help it needs. Spectec, who brings us all things SDIO, has developed a WiFi card that sits in your device’s microSD slot, and is 802.11g compatible. This is one tiny, Lilliputian WiFi card. In addition to being small and granting your phone WiFi powers, the miniature card works with Skype, so that you can… Read More

  • Panasonic Plays Russian Nesting Dolls with microSD Cards

    We’ve got a cellphone, a GPS unit, and a Palm, all of which use different sized SD cards. The phone uses microSD, the GPS unit, which has a big screen for photo playback, uses miniSD, and the Palm uses standard SD. Even though they’re all SD, you can’t share them without buying fancy adapters. Panasonic has solved our problem by packaging its new microSD cards with both a… Read More