Las Vegas — Flash memory manufacturers will bring their premium products to the Photo Marketing Association Show being held here this week, with cards and flash peripherals that can accommodate the new digital SLRs and 8-megapixel consumer cameras headed to retail this year.
Delkin will add SD/MMC and Memory Stick formats to its line of PCMCIA adapters. The CardBus 32 adapters allow memory cards to work in the PC Card slot found on many Windows-based laptops and uses the high speed CardBus PCMCIA standard. The SD/MMC and Memory Stick versions have a suggested retail price of $79.99.
The company also added new SD PRO cards to its eFilm flash memory card line. The cards will initially be available in capacities of 256MB, with a suggested price of $129, and 512MB, for $299, with a 1GB card expected in the second quarter. Delkin said the cards achieve a transfer rate of up to 10 MB per second
Delkin also increased the storage capacities of its eFilm CompactFlash cards, adding a 1GB and 2GB card to the lineup. The 2GB card will retail for a suggested $649.99 while the 1GB will have a suggested retail price of $339.00.