SanDisk pictures memory cards for less | CNET

SanDisk pictures memory cards for less | CNET “To date, many consumers buying new digital cameras have opted for single, higher-capacity memory cards. But by offering inexpensive memory cards at the stores consumers frequent and where they might already shop for film or process pictures, SanDisk hopes that it can inspire them to take large numbers of photos–using Shoot and Store cards. Then, as the product’s name suggests, the company would like to see people using the cards as digital negatives of sorts, to permanently store images instead of downloading them to a PC.”

I don’t know their market, but I simply don’t see this as a product with a future. Why would I pay $15 for 50 pictures (at current rez) when I can burn a CD (commodity inclusion on PCs now) for

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