* AT&T* today announced a broader array of SanDisk microSDHC cards, featuring SanDisk Media Manager PC software, will be available at AT&T stores nationwide and online at www.att.com beginning October 3
* The pre-loaded SanDisk Media Manager PC software on the 16GB and 32GB high capacity memory cards provides consumers with a convenient way to organize and transfer their music and photos between their phone and PC
* AT&T's portfolio of SanDisk microSDHC cards will include 4GB and 8GB cards, as well as 16GB and 32GB high capacity cards pre-loaded with the SanDisk Media Manager software, at prices of $24.99, $44.99, $79.99 and $139.99 respectively
Beginning October 3, 16 GB(1) and 32GB SanDisk® microSDHC™ cards in AT&T stores nationwide will feature SanDisk® Media Manager software, a USB reader and an SD™ adaptor so consumers can conveniently organize and transfer their music and photos between a PC and their phone.
SanDisk Media Manager software automatically gathers and displays all available music and photos, letting consumers easily browse, sort, sample and select content for transfer to their phone. SanDisk Media Manager software then properly formats and transfers consumers' content from their PC onto the memory card, and synchronizes with a compatible phone to get each file in the correct location.
The 32GB SanDisk microSDHC card is the latest addition to AT&T's memory card portfolio, offering consumers high-capacity storage in a convenient removable form factor. As of October 3, AT&T's portfolio of SanDisk branded memory cards will include 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities. SanDisk Media Manager PC software will be available on the 16GB and 32GB cards
"We offer the hottest handsets on the nation's fastest mobile broadband network, and with these new SanDisk cards and software, we can enhance AT&T customers' experiences by making it easier to move music and photos between their phone and PC. The higher capacity memory cards give the customer plenty of space to store their ever-growing libraries of personal photos and music," said Michael Cowan, AT&T director of accessories, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets.
"Music and photos are a central part of today's mobile phone experience," said Elliot Broadwin, vice president, MNO solutions, SanDisk. "Together, AT&T and SanDisk are providing a convenient way for consumers to gather, store and transfer their favorite music and photos between their phone and PC."
(1) 1 gigabyte = 1 billion bytes.