Panasonic and Disney have teamed up to bring Disney movies on microSD memory cards, where these will accompany DVDs that hold a similar movie content, giving viewers more options when it comes to viewing their recently purchased movie. No idea on what the appeal would be here, and hopefully the price for the package would not be increased by a large margin just because a microSD has been included in the package. This might not even catch on since many portable media players out there don’t even come with a microSD memory card slot in the first place, so we’re thinking this will probably be confined to use in cellphones and perhaps even digital cameras. The first of these DVD+microSD bundles will begin shipping in November, where some of the initial titles will include the “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “National Treasure” series, retailing for around $53 after conversion.
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