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Sony Releases Line of SD Memory Cards

sony-sd-headingSony Electronics has announced its addition to its line of consumer media with new five SD/SDHC memory cards for digital imaging products, and three new microSD/microSDHC memory cards for mobile phones. Sony says the new SD/SDHC and microSD/microSDHC memory cards are all class-4-speed for high-definition recording, except for the microSD 2GB card.

“The new cards will complement Sony’s existing Memory Stick® line, satisfying the needs of a broader range of users, and strengthening Sony’s position as a full line media supplier,” said Shane Higby, director of the consumer media business at Sony Electronics.

The full line of SD/SDHC and microSD/microSDHC memory cards will be available this month, at the following suggested list prices:

  • SF-2N1                       2GB SD Class 4                        $14.99
  • SF-4N4                       4GB SDHC Class 4                    $29.99
  • SF-8N4                       8GB SDHC Class 4                    $44.99
  • SF-16N4                     16GB SDHC Class 4                  $79.99
  • SF-32N4                     32GB SDHC Class 4                  $159.99
  • SR-2A1                       2GB microSD with adapter          $14.99
  • SR-4A4                       4GB microSDHC Class 4 with adapter     $29.99
  • SR-8A4                       8GB micro SDHC Class 4 with adapter    $44.99
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