April, 29, 2017, 17:24 mobile  ][  amdzone.it  ][  atizone.it  ][  enboard  ][  forumzone.it  ][  hwsetup.it  ][  nvidiazone.it  ][  unixzone.it 
 
 
 
Our Tags
Feed RSS
Sitemap
Contact us
About us
Reload
         your source for 3dfx and games
 
Home   ][   News   ][   Games   ][   Articles   ][   3dfx Hardware   ][   3dfx Software   ][   Video   ][   Components   ][   Tools   ][   Forums
 








 
Main

News
Headlines
Games
Articles
3dfx Hardware
3dfx Software
Video Cards
Components
Tools
File Browser
Communities
Contact Us

Voodoo Cards
3dfx Headlines
3dfx Articles
Voodoo1
Voodoo2
Banshee
Voodoo3
Voodoo4/5
VoodooTV
Latest Drivers
Our Releases
Hot Files
 
Games Settings
 
Best Settings
 
TnL Patches
 
MesaFX
 
WickedGL
 
Glide 3x
 
Official FAQ
 
Just For Fun
 
Main menu
Components

Processors
Motherboards
RAM Memories
Video Cards
Audio Cards
HDDs/SSDs
Optical Burners
Web Connectivity
Drivers Index
Main menu

Video Cards

AMD/ATI
Matrox
NVIDIA
S3 Graphics
XGI
Main menu

Tools
Antivirus
Benchmarks
Data Recovery
Mastering
Screensavers
Video
File Sharing
Tweakers
3D-Analyze
Windows Tools
Uninstallers
Mobile Phones
Tools Index
Main menu
Games
Bonus Packs
Demos
DirectX
Latest MAME
Patches
Screenshots
System Requirements
Trailers
Main menu
Communities
 
 19.11.2006   Da SanDisk in arrivo card Secure Digital per la console Wii
 

SanDisk saluterà l'arrivo nei negozi di Wii - la console di nuova generazione della nipponica Nintendo - con la commercializzazione di una linea di memory card di tipo Secure Digital presentata al grande pubblico mediante il comunicato di seguito allegato.

La sigla che caratterizza le nuove card ovvero "Sandisk For Wii" lega fortemente questi dispositivi alla console di Nintendo: essi consentiranno la memorizzazione dei salvataggi dei game e di altri file, come ad esempio le foto personali e, più in generale, lo scambio di dati tra Wii.

Sono tre le capacità disponibili per le nuove SD, ovvero 512MB, 1Gb e 2Gb: il prezzo è pari a $34.99 per la versione a 0.5Gb e a $89.99 per la versione a 2Gb.


MILPITAS, CA, NOVEMBER 17, 2006 – SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ:SNDK) today announced that it is shipping special edition SanDisk SD memory cards to major retailers in conjunction with the release of Nintendo’s new Wii game console, which is compatible with removable flash memory to store game saves, download games and view digital photos.

The white cards, bearing the label “SanDisk For Wii”, will be available in three capacities – 512 megabytes (MB), 1 gigabyte (GB) and 2GB* -- at gaming and major consumer electronics stores. Suggested retail prices range from $34.99 to $89.99.

“We believe that the Nintendo Wii, with its physically interactive format and compelling games, will be a big hit this holiday season, and these co-branded flash cards will make it easy for gamers to purchase memory that allows for the portability of game saves between Wii consoles,” said Christina Day, SanDisk senior product marketing manager.

Gail Tilden, vice president of brand management for Nintendo of America, headquartered in Redmond, Wash., said, “We’re happy to partner with SanDisk, the leading supplier of flash memory cards in the world, for our launch of the Nintendo Wii. In order for owners to use innovative features such as the Wii Photo Channel, an SD card is a vital accessory.”

Billy Pidgeon, gaming analyst for IDC, a leading consumer electronics research company, said that game refreshes with new elements from the Web should drive up demand for memory storage. “For game publishers, this is an excellent way to extend the lifespan of a game,” he said. “Also, many older games are getting a second life because they can be re-introduced to a new audience through downloading.”

Pidgeon said IDC research indicates that most gamers buy accessories for their consoles.** “Along with new consoles and popular games, peripherals are a key revenue driver.” he said. “IDC research indicates that memory cards are second only to game controllers in accessories purchased for videogame consoles.”

The Nintendo Wii can utilize the SanDisk Wii SD card in several ways. It can store game saves as well as back up Virtual Console games in the Wii Shop Channel. Also, the SanDisk Wii SD card can be used to display JPEG images from digital cameras, with sizes of up to 8,192 x 8,192 pixels. Further, the Wii will accept video files created in QuickTime (motion JPEG) with sizes of up to 848 x 480 pixels. And the Wii will play MP3 audio tracks as background music during a slide show of digital still photos.

SanDisk is the original inventor of flash storage cards and is the world’s largest supplier of flash data storage card products, using its patented, high-density flash memory and controller technology. SanDisk is headquartered in Milpitas, CA and has operations worldwide, with more than half its sales outside the U.S.





Source: SanDisk Press Release
Links

Tags: card  |  console  |  sandisk  |  secure digital  |  wii

 PREVIOUS MORE NEWS GO BACK NEXT 


[ Go Back ]

Latest News
Eseguire le applicazioni per Windows su Linux e Unix con Wine 2.7

Oracle rilascia VirtualBox 5.1.22 per Windows, Linux, Mac OS e Solaris

Windows Audio & Video Codecs Utilities: VideoInspector 2.12.0.140

GPU Caps Viewer 1.34.3.0 migliora il supporto delle Radeon RX 580 e RX 570

Sul mercato entro fine anno i notebook con CPU ARM e Windows 10

Archive Management Utilities: WinZip 21.5 build 12480 - MP3 Compression Ready

Total Uninstall 6.19.0 consente la manutenzione del PC e supporta Windows 10

CD/DVD/HD-DVD/Blu-ray Information & Benchmark: DVDInfoPro 7.6.0.7

Foto della GPU Pascal GP108-300 che equipaggia la GeForce GT 1030

Gestire le partizioni con l'applicazione EaseUS Partition Master Free 12.0
more News 
Latest Utilities Latest Drivers
Oracle VirtualBox 5.1.22

VideoInspector 2.12.0.140

GPU Caps Viewer 1.34.3.0

WinZip 21.5 build 12480

Total Uninstall 6.19.0
more Utilities 
AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

Intel Rapid Storage Technology 1...

AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

AMD Radeon Software Crimson ReLi...

Samsung NVM Express Driver 2.2
more Drivers 
Latest Trailers Latest Screenshots
id Software discusses Ryzen

The Surge - Combat

Star Wars Battlefront II: Full L...

Quake Champions - Slash Champion

Quake Champions - Anarki Champion
more Trailers 
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III

Star Wars Battlefront II

WipEout Omega Collection

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 - #2

Gran Turismo Sport #2
more Screenshots 
Latest Demos Latest Patches
NVIDIA GameWorks Flow - in DX12

Unity Adam demo - The Full Film

Forza Horizon 3 Demo

[Official] METAL GEAR SURVIVE: T...

Unity Adam Demo - Full Version
more Demos 
DOOM Update #2

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Patch...

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Patch...

Rise of the Tomb Raider PC Patch...

Star Wars Battlefront - Update D...
more Patches 

Advertising
Help

Search 3dfxzone.it
Search network
Search with tags
Sitemap
Translator

Other Services

Feed RSS



Print This
Our History

Contact Us

User Support
Advertising
Partnership
Banner Exchange
Webmaster
Main menu

Our Network
3dfxzone.it
AMDZone.it
ATIZone.it
HWSetup.it
ForumZone.it
NVIDIAZone.it
UnixZone.it
Hosted Sites
KoolSmoky Home
Rosario Gallery
 
Hardware Setup    |    Site Map    |    Translator    |    News Archive    |    Links    |    Contact Us    |    Legal Notes    |    Privacy
 
On line since Q1 2001    |    Web Application and Contents © 3dfxzone.it    |    All Rights Reserved