Inspan Launches Micro SD Card AUSD2GZ-R from A-DATA

Inspan announced the availability of micro SD card AUSD2GZ-R from A-DATA. This card measures a quarter of the size of a regular SD card and is no bigger than a fingernail. The card works well in cellular phones, providing expansion of memory storage for everything that is needed on the go like personal data, business applications, emails, photos, videos, audio tracks etc.

It's the size of a fingernail. Whose though?

ADATA microSD is manufactured in accordance with the SD Card Association's SD 1.1 standards, making it compatible with all microSD-enabled digital products. In addition, the bundled SD adapter makes the microSD compatible with SD card devices such as older MP3 players.

With a capacity of 2GB, the ADATA microSD Card can store about 500 MP3 tracks, 600 high-resolution JPEG photos or other digital data. It also supports Error Correcting Code (ECC) to automatically detect and correct errors during data transfer, preventing the important information from data corruption and loss. Additionally, the microSD's In-System Programming (ISP) feature allows users to load the latest firmware and improve compatibility. The built-in write-protection switch keeps the data even safer, preventing accidental over-writing and file deletion.

The card sells for Rs. 450 and comes with a 10 yea warranty.

Published Date: Nov 29, 2010 12:16 pm | Updated Date: Nov 29, 2010 12:16 pm