SanDisk 256MB Wi-Fi SD: no Palm OS expected
SanDisk released its new 256MB Wi-Fi and SD hybrids designed for devices with SDIO slots operating under Microsoft Pocket PC 2002, Pocket PC 2003, or Windows Mobile 2003. Situation with OS support almost doesn´t differ from that of late January, when the company promised to release Palm OS 5 driver only in Q2. SanDisk is still promising... Cards are to be shipped from late June on with MSRP of $129.
As for flash features, they don´t differ much from standard. Wireless support at that covers WEP, 802.1x, PSK and WPA. According to the press release, the development was primarily focused on reducing leakage current of host device batteries. Another benefit is that a separate Wi-Fi card and a 256MB card cost more than the new hybrid, so you can save.
Together with the card, the company introduced 6-in-1 reader supporting Secure Digital, Multimedia Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, xD Picture Card, Smart Media with MSRP of about $30.
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