Comments on: Quickies: Treo 300, Memory, SegPlay, Teachers PET, UTS

The Treo 300, which works with Sprint's new high-speed wireless network, is available now from the Sprint PCS webstore and Handspring. It is 4.3 by 2.7 by .7 inches and 5.2 ounces. The Treo 300 offers 2.25 hours talk time or up to 5 days of stand-by time in digital mode and sells for $500. -Brian Elkins

PC Mall is offering 128 MB SD cards and 128 MB Memory Sticks from Sandisk for $58. -Alex Bosco

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Any performance comparisons for SD cards?

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/12/2002 9:18:32 AM #
Are there any reviews with performance comparisons of the different makes/models of SD cards? I assume they are mostly made by a very few manufacturers. Yeah, I know it'd make little difference on current Palms, but I'd pay a few extra bucks for a better card.

Fry's has 128Mb for $55

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/12/2002 12:06:31 PM #
The Fry's in Austin, TX has a special on the Lexar 128Mb memory sticks for $55. This should be good through tomorrow (Tuesday).
RE: Lexar = rebranded Sandisk
cubelover @ 8/12/2002 2:56:11 PM #
i have Lexar's 64MB card and, according to the CardInfo app on my Treo, it's made by Sandisk.

RE: Fry's has 128Mb for $55
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/12/2002 4:12:56 PM #
a lot of memory cards are rebranded, so what?
RE: Fry's has 128Mb for $55, get lexar
I.M. Anonymous @ 8/12/2002 4:42:41 PM #
Even if lexar has a corny transparent color i regret getting the sandisk coz its just now that i realized how imp the LED lights are when reading or writing. My card reader doesnt have lights and im risking file corruption if i accidentally remove it while its still writing.


128 MB MMC Card

I.M. Anonymous @ 8/12/2002 4:40:23 PM #

128 MMC cards are out now. This bodes well for driving the price of SD/MMC to a point below Memorystick (if not Compactflash and the moribund Smartmedia).



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