Hanover, Germany (March 9, 2006) Pretec Electronics Corp., the first in the world to offer 4GB SD/MMC card and the first in the world to offer 2GB miniSD card since 2005, has released 2GB RS-MMC(TM), the largest capacity RS-MMC card in the world today at CeBIT 2006 (Hall 23, Booth D30) in Hanover.
Pretec also demonstrated lower cost version of 1.5GB SD/MMC/CF cards as compared with more expensive 2GB cards, especially for those customers using bundled software such as digital map, where more than 1GB is needed yet less than 1.5GB data space is required (such as entire North American map or entire European map); Pretec 1.5GB cards are ideal choice for such application. Pretec offers a variety of SD/MMC/CF cards capacities ranging from 1.5GB, 1.2GB, 1GB and 0.8GB, and also provides content uploading services for volume customers upon request.
Pretec is first in the world offering 1.5GB CF card in 2002 (http://www.pretec.com/PR/PR_3GB_rev.pdf), although technology has made the capacity advanced to 12GB today, yet low cost content card bundled with particular applications are on the rise which Pretec can provide unparallel services for memory card with different capacities and content upload services for customers. A prototype of the automatic content uploading/duplication machine for many form factors (CF, MMC, RS-MMC, MMC micro, SD, miniSD, microSD, C-Flash, CU-Flash, USB, etc.) will also be demonstrated at Pretec booth in CeBIT.
Pretec(TM) Electronics Corp. (http://www.pretec.com) offers a complete spectrum of small form factor memory cards and card readers such as CF, MMC, SD, and USB Flash Drive for the digital imaging, mobile communication, and industrial control markets. As the world's 2nd company to offer CF card since 1995, Pretec has consistently demonstrated the highest capacity cards in the world; such as CF card 80MB, 128MB, 160MB, 320MB, 640MB, 1.5GB, 3GB, 6GB and 12GB CF card at various locations around the world for the past seven years; MMC card 1GB and 4GB; USB Flash Drive 8GB; and SD card 4GB. With more than 100 patents granted or filed, Pretec has also been offering the highest speed cards in the world such as CF 80X (2004), MMC 4.0 150X (2004), USB 166X/266X (2005), SD 133X (2005), MMCplus(TM) 266X (2005), i-Disk Tiny ("Best Gear of 2003" by TIME Magazine) and smallest size USB Flash drive in the world such as i-Disk Diamond/Cu-Flash (2005).
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