SanDisk Introduces Memory Stick Micro Products for SE Mobiles
SanDisk has introduced the Memory Stick Micro (M2) product line – an ultra-thin, removable storage card for use with Sony Ericsson's latest generation of slim line, multimedia mobile phones like the Cyber-shot and the Walkman series phones. The SanDisk M2 cards are available in 2-gigabyte – the market's highest capacity M2, followed by the 1GB and 512-megabyte. SanDisk M2 memory cards are suited for users requiring expandable storage for more music, videos and quality photos. The M2 2GB holds up to 500 MP3 songs, 640 minutes of MPEG4 video or up to 4800 photos.
The SanDisk M2 card line is designed for use with M2 supported handsets and also includes an adapter for use with Memory Sick PRO Duo devices such as cameras and game modules. The SanDisk M2 will plug into the Sony Ericsson K610, K800, K790, M600/608, V630, W300, W710, W712, Z530, Z550, Z710, and Z712 mobile phones. When coupled with its PRO Duo adapter, the M2 is also compatible with the D750, K750, P910, P990, V800, W700, W800/810, W850, W900, and Z800.
M2 measures 0.59" (L) x 0.49" (W) x 0.05" (H), making it the second smallest flash memory media in the world, behind the microSD, which SanDisk pioneered.
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