Apacer New MiniSDHC Card Launched

Written by Mendelson Tiu     19/09/2007 | 07:10 | Category: STORAGE

Apacer addresses the need of consumers who store videos, pictures, music files, and even e-mails on their mobile phones or hand-held devices, with the launched of its 4GB miniSDHC memory card.

Apacer New MiniSDHC Card Launched

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Apacer claims that its new 4GB miniSDHC memory card supports any equipment that uses SD2.0 memory cards, such as Nikon 80D, Casio Exilm-Z1000/Z600/S600, Panasonic DMC-L1 digital cameras, and even Panasonic's SDR-S200 digital video cameras.

The Apacer miniSDHC 4GB is also equipped with an Error Correcting Code (ECC) feature that automatically detects and corrects errors, as well as Apacer's Wear Leveling Technology that greatly extends the life of the product, the company says.


Apacer miniSDHC Card 4GB: $77

See: http://www.bluechipit.com.au