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The SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive makes up for its slow USB speed by offering an excellent feature set and an SD card slot that will make most casual mobile users happy, especially photographers.
Though its lacks CompactFlash support, the SanDisk V-Mate is ultimately a slicker and more feature-rich mini digital VCR than the similarly priced Neuros Recorder 2 Plus.
Power users and gamers should look no further than the SanDisk Extreme Pro to get the best performance out of their home computer.
SanDisk announces its first wireless flash drives, the SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive and the SanDisk Connect Wireless Media Drive. Both come with a built-in battery and Wi-Fi network.
The Narrative Clip camera attempts to be your always-on wearable way to record photographic memories, but it lacks the flexibility, affordability, and camera quality to meet its promise.
Pivothead's pricey Durango video-recording eyewear is a fast, easy way to shoot Web-friendly POV movies.
You can find smaller or cheaper MP3 players, but you won't find a better value than the Sansa Fuze+ in terms of dollars per features.
SanDisk's tongue-twister of an MP3 player is a stupefying value and its practical clip-on design is perfect for the gym.
The SanDisk Extreme II is a speedy replacement for any hard drive, and it won't dig a big hole in your wallet.
Your phone or tablet may not support all that capacity yet, but the SanDisk flash memory card could help those with too many videos, photos, music, or apps.