Oh why oh why did Motorola have to invent yet another memory card format?

From HowardChui.com - Motorola A780 announced:


High-tech meets user friendly in the sleek, sophisticated and feature-packed Motorola A780 – combining advanced functionality and ease of use to make this handset indispensable to on-the-go professionals who work and play hard. The Motorola A780 may look like a traditional handset, however, with one innovative flip, a brilliant color touch screen is revealed. Armed with an array of tools such as MOTOSYNC advanced over-the-air synchronization of corporate email, contacts and calendar, the model A780 is sure to keep you in touch, on track and in-the-know. An integrated MP3 player, 1.3 megapixel camera plus video streaming*, recording and playback and 3D Java games, promise multiple mobile entertainment options are at hand when you need to take a break from the daily grind. Quad-band with EDGE technology for enhanced downloading speedDial pad and vivid 240 x 320 TFT color touch screen 1.3 megapixel camera with full-screen viewfinder MOTOSYNC for secure over-the-air synchronization of corporate email, contacts and calendar Video record/playback and streamed video* playback MP3 player supporting MIDI/WAV/AMR/WMA, Real and AAC files Hands-free speakerphone and speaker independent voice dial Embedded Bluetooth wireless technology Viewer for PDF and Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents Java (J2ME) MIDP 2.0 with 3D Graphics Internet access via WAP 2.0, WML, xHTML, HTML (Opera7)* Messaging options via MMS, SMS, IM (WV), POP3, IMAP4, SMTP TransFlash Memory Card to support all data, images and more


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