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Sandisk Squeezes 8GB Onto Smallest Cards

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Oct 26, 2007, 4:57 PM   by (staff)

Sandisk today announced 8 Gigabyte versions of the two smallest memory card formats - microSD and Memory Stick M2. Many recently released smartphones and even midrange to high end regular phones have compatible SDHC microSD slots. Yesterday Sandisk also announced it is suing 25 manufacturers of removable flash memory such as USB memory sticks and mass storage MP3 players for patent infringement.

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Oct 27, 2007, 2:22 PM

Sansung already achieved this feat

like 3 months ago

i believe its was this very site where i read about it.

I read the link, i didnt see exactly which companies there were going after.

but other than that...hooray sandisk

Oct 26, 2007, 5:27 PM


Who were the other 25 manufacturers?
Copycats who offer cheap memory and beat them out at their own game. Patent infringement is another way to force royalty revenues from other companies. But, by the time this gets settled we will already be on to another format/standard for removable m...

Oct 27, 2007, 1:51 PM

How common?

Does anything even support 4-8 gigagyte memory cards yet? Everything seems to say "up to 2 gig supported" And I mean regular SD and micro.
There are phones out that support the 4 gig micro SD.
that the mogul will support anything that is sdhc formatted
Motorola Z8 has microSDHC slot with support up to 32GB when it's created.

Oct 27, 2007, 1:19 PM

sueing 25 companys LOL

nice 25 at once 🤣 🤣

Oct 27, 2007, 11:21 AM

8GB is cool!

I'd love to put that in my Treo.
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