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Thursday, August 24, 2006
Advanced Media Introduces 100X Read and Write RIDATA Compact Flash Card For Professionals


Advanced Media, Inc., manufacturer and marketer of the popular RIDATA brand has introduced the 100X Compact Flash card for SLR digital cameras and other electronic applications.

The RIDATA 100X Compact Flash card is capable of a fast read speed up to 22MB per second and write speed of up to 15MB per second, among the fastest Compact Flash cards on the market.

The memory card offers reliability as well as weather ruggedness, performance, and convenience expected in flash technology media. Users can expect up to 500,000 power-on hours MTBF, accoridng to the company.

It may be safely used with both 5V and 3.3V devices. The device used may affect the speed of the card. A very low power-consumption design with automatic power management helps prolong battery life. Its zero-power data retention functionality requires no batteries for usage.

The series is ATA command-set compatible, supports 8- or 16-bit host transfer speed using IORDY, and works with host ATA disk I/O BIOS, DOS/Windows file system, utilities, and application software.

The Type I RIDATA 100X Compact Flash memory card is available in the following capacity sizes: 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB.


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