Friday, September 15


Praising With Faint Damns

Found on a customer review page for a memory card:
Cons: No built-in street-level GPS. No host-device-accessible cold fusion power unit. No antigravity or timetravel capabilities. That's pretty much it.
Also, Sandisk have announced a 4GB mini-SD card. That's a lot. And here's a 2GB micro-SD card. Now they're just being silly.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at 09:56 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment | Trackbacks (Suck)
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1 They won't seem silly when everyone jumps from small digital cameras to small digital video cameras.

You can always find a way to abuse a bigger storage device.

Posted by: Kristopher at Saturday, September 16 2006 10:49 AM (O5Ju8)

2 Just picked up a 4Gb usb memory stick for $150.

My Nano cost e $360 the same time last year. The same vintage 512Mb stick cost about $80.

Whats not to like about the extra storage.

And yes. Once you go solid state storage for video then those big capacities are necessary. Still waiting on a 3 ccd memory card based video camera.

Posted by: Andrew at Monday, September 18 2006 07:51 PM (t8tOu)

3 Yeah. EYO have a 4GB SD card for $140 - but not all cameras support them.

And while you need a lot of storage for video, you don't really need it in something as tiny as mini-SD.  We're going to end up with a great big lens, a sensor, and a tiny electronics package stuck to the back.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Monday, September 18 2006 09:42 PM (FRalS)

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