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SanDisk slot 16GB microSD into its line-up

SanDisk has unveiled its latest microSD and M2 memory duo expansion cards, increasing the maximum capacity of these cards to 16GB.

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Memory manufacturer SanDisk has unveiled its latest microSD and M2 memory duo expansion cards, increasing the maximum capacity of these cards to 16GB.

According to SanDisk these new memory cards should be compatible with most devices capable of using microSDHC memory, including several recent release mobile phones from Nokia, Samsung, LG and HTC. A spokesperson for the company also confirmed that the 16GB M2 memory sticks are compatible with all Sony electronic devices that use this format.

The new large capacity memory cards will be available first in Australia through Crazy John's mobile phone stores. The 16GB microSD card will retail for AU$141 while the M2 cards will be sold for AU$188.