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Monday, October 17, 2005
Transcend Releases World's Smallest Memory Card


Transcend has developed its latest microSD Memory Card, and at only half the size of a mobile phone SIM card it is possibly the smallest memory card in the world.

As more and more advanced, and compact mobile devices make their way onto our shelves, the demand for smaller, higher capacity and better performing Flash Memory Cards increases. The multimedia applications that many of the current Smart Phones, PDAs and Pocket PCs, are memory intensive and require the extra memory capacity of a memory card for storing photos, music and data. With this in mind and to ensure you get the most from your Hi-Tech devices,

Despite its tiny size, the microSD card's featuresa fast data transfer speeds of up to 10MB/sec, making it ideal for use in the next generation of mobile phones, which include a memory card slot as standard. Transcend's microSD card can also be used in regular SD memory card slots by combining the card with its provided adapter, thus ensuring that the microSD card can be used in all compliant SD card devices.


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