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SanDisk Adds Wi-Fi to Flash Memory Cards

| Networking News | Posted: Jan 13, 2003 1:51 am

This definitly falls into the "Geez this is cool" category:

SanDisk has unveiled a range of Compact Flash and Secure Digital cards that combine wireless LAN, or Wi-Fi, and memory in a single package.

 

The integration of a memory function with a connectivity function will improve the versatility of the devices. Previously, if users were connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi, they had to rely on the portable device's built-in memory as the Wi-Fi card occupied the slot where a memory card would usually fit.

More information @ PC World

 

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