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SanDisk launches HD Video flash card line

Darren Murph
January 7, 2008
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As the barrage of flash storage announcements continues, SanDisk is taking its turn and unleashing the High-Definition Video lineup. Apparently, these SDHC and Memory Stick PRO Duo cards don't do anything different than the more traditional alternatives, but owners of these will get the priceless benefit of having recording times stamped right on the device. Additionally, each one comes with a "handy jewel case and labels for storage," which should totally keep you organized when workin' out that new flash-based camcorder. The new Video HD family will consist of 4GB ($79.99) / 8GB ($139.99) SDHC models and 4GB ($79.99) / 8GB ($149.99) MS PRO Duo iterations -- all four should be on store shelves in March.

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