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Wednesday, June 02, 2004
New 4GB Flash card by Traxdata


The Flash card has a capacity of 4 GB and can contain about 2000 pictures, approximately 1000 MP3-Songs or 8 hours of MPEG4 video.

The Flash card is suitable for cameras, PDAs, MP3-Players and Recorders. It can be recognized by Windows 95/98, Windows 2000/XP, OS/2 and MAC OS.

Yet there is no further info about price or release date.



Characteristics:

Compatible ATA PC Cards
Power requirements: 5 V/3,3 V
IDE mode
100% CFA compatible
Life span: at least 100,000 hours
Max. reading rate: 6 MB per second
Max. scanning rate: 7.8 MB per second
Data transfer rates from 8 to 16 bits
No overrun with power failure


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