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SanDisk could offer 2GB cards for ROKR

updated 08:15 am EDT, Mon September 12, 2005

2GB cards for ROKR

SanDisk is reportedly for the Motorola ROKR phone. The microSD card was jointly developed by SanDisk and Motorola, TransFlash. SanDisk calls the technology: "The world's smallest flash memory card form factor." The iTunes-based handset currently ships with a 512MB microSD card, which holds 100 songs. According to Macworld UK, Motorola could begin offering 2GB of storage in 2006. The company expects to have 1GB microSD cards in limited quantities by late 2005 and 2GB cards in 2006. "This suggests ways future iTunes phones can ffer new and higher capacities, and also hints that ROKR owners may be able to carry multiple music collections on their memory cards for different moods."




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