SanDisk to Start Shipping 16GB Memory Cards

SanDisk, maker of Flash memory products and acquisition target of Samsung, will begin shipping microSDHC cards and Memory Stick Micro (M2) cards with a capacity of 16GB starting in October. The microSDHC card will cost $100, with the M2 version of the same capacity costing $130. Not all cell phones can accept 16GB cards, so it is wise to check before purchasing additional storage. Among other things, this adds a new twist to the whole “iPhone vs. T-Mobile G1” debate. The iPhone still comes in 8GB and 16GB capacities. With its MicroSD slot and SanDisk’s new card, the G1 can store 16GB, too.


One Response to “SanDisk to Start Shipping 16GB Memory Cards”

  1. Thats alot of storage lovin! Great to see it.

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