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Sandisk supplies reduced size multimediacards for Siemens S65
Posted on 20-Aug-2004 20:41 | Tags Filed under: News


Sandisk supplies reduced size multimediacards for Siemens S65
SanDisk Corporation will supply Siemens Information and Communication Mobile of Germany with Reduced Size MultiMediaCards (RS-MMC) for sale with the new Siemens S65 handset, announced during the CeBIT 2004. The Siemens S65 also comes with a full suite of business software, a large 65k TFT color screen, a speakerphone, Bluetooth wireless communication, instant messaging, and synchronization with Microsoft Outlook and IBM's Lotus Notes. The video recorder films at 15 frames per second and the video clips can be e-mailed, played back or stored on the RS-MMC card.

At roughly half the size of a postage stamp, the SanDisk RS-MMC is one of the smallest flash memory form factors available.

In late July, as part of its mobile products line, SanDisk began shipping retail versions of the RS-MMC in Europe and Asia. The card includes an extender, which allows it to adapt to a full-sized MultiMediaCard/Secure Digital slot. SanDisk's RS-MMC, measuring 24 by 18 by 1.4 mm, is about half the size of a standard MultiMediaCard. The company also offers 64MB and 128MB capacities for RS-MMC.

A 32-megabyte RS-MMC will be bundled with sales of the Siemens mobile phones, which are expected to reach dealers in Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America by 1 October 2004.






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