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Monday, September 20, 2004
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Flash-memory-card vendor SanDisk has announced a smaller, removable flash-memory card.

Initially targeting camera-equipped cell phones and digital cameras, the fingernail-sized T-Flash card measures 11?15?1 mm and builds on the company?s architecture and process technology and, using a simple adapter, is also electrically and software-compatible with the well-established SD-card format.

Prices range from $14 to $39 for capacities of 32 to 128 Mbytes (OEM quantities); the company also plans to introduce larger capacity T-Flash cards.

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