Archive for October, 2007

SanDisk lets you see video from PC on TV if you’re patient (USA Today)

SanDisk wants to make it a breeze to copy TV shows off a computer and onto a big-screen television. Too bad its new Sansa TakeTV PC-to-TV video player is clumsy and there's not enough stuff to watch on it. [News Source]

SanDisk to Debut USB Drive, Video Service (The San Francisco Examiner)

SAN JOSE, Calif. ( Map , News ) - Flash memory maker SanDisk Corp. ( SNDK , News ) on Monday will debut an online video service and a USB flash drive that can carry television programs and videos from a computer for playback on TVs. [News Source]

Creative ZEN (PC Magazine)

The new ZEN may lack design flare, but it offers plenty of value. [News Source]

It’s a shake rock ‘n’ roll MP3 player (Herald Sun)

SanDisk's latest digital jukebox is targeting a new type of music lover: children. The company's Sansa Shaker MP3 player looks like a cross between a toy and a salt-and-pepper shaker. [News Source]

SanDisk Sansa View (16GB) (CNET)

If you value features and price over a flashy interface and excellent sound... [News Source]

SanDisk debuts service, hardware for watching downloaded TV shows (The Pantagraph)

SAN JOSE, Calif. Flash memory maker SanDisk Corp. has created an online video service and a USB flash drive that can carry television programs and videos from a computer for playback on TVs. [News Source]

SanDisk Sansa View (16GB) (CNET)

If you value features and price over a flashy interface and excellent sound quality, the SanDisk Sansa View digital media player is definitely worth a look. It's easy to use and offers a relatively large screen and a memory expansion option. [News Source]

32GB SanDisk Sansa View Details Revealed (AnandTech)

32GB Sansa View lurks on SanDisk's Sansa Store retail site... [News Source]

SanDisk Sansa TakeTV Video Player (CoolTechZone)

With a host of PC-to-TV options in the market, it was only a matter of time before a truly unique solution emerged between them to takeover the market, or at least gave us another choice before making up our minds. Apple TV and Xbox 360 are the prominent of the two, as they allow you to transmit your multimedia data from a variety of sources (primarily PCs) and play it on your TVs. SanDisk's ... [News Source]

SanDisk’s Sansa TakeTV Challenges Apple TV (CRN)

SanDisk's flash-based USB device Sansa TakeTV is the latest attempt to provide a simple, secure, and portable solution for PC-to-TV video transfers. [News Source]