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Monday, August 09, 2004
Traxdata 256 Compact Flash

1. Introduction - Specifications

Traxdata CF and SD Memory card - Page 1

Introduction

Traxdata, worldwide known for its optical storage products, is now also active in the flash memory market. The memory card line includes all popular formats, like Compact Flash (CF), Secure Digital (SD), MultiMedia Card (MMC) and Smart Media (SM), featuring storage capacities ranging from 32MB and up to an impressive 4GB per card.

Package Contents

Traxdata cards come inside a clear blister package containing nothing but the card and a protective case for it. What’s interesting about the cases is that they can accept both CF and SD cards at the same time. Thus is possible to carry two different types of flash cards inside the same case.

Specifications

In this review we’ll test the two most popular formats among digital cameras and handheld devices: Compact Flash and Secure Digital. Both cards have a storage capacity of 256 MB (256 million bytes to be exact), while the CF card has an impressive manufacturer rating of 52x or up to 7.6MB/sec transfer rates.

These claims seem to be a bit too optimistic as our experience implies, but our actual speed tests are going to judge this.

Specifications - Traxdata CompactFlash™ 52X 256MB
Operating Voltage
3.3V or 5V
Operating Temperature
-25˚C(-13˚F) to 85˚C(185˚F)
Durability
10,000 insertion/removal cycles
Weight
10g
Speed Ratinngs (By Traxdata)
  • Read 7.7 MB/sec
  • Write 2.98 MB/sec
Warranty
5 years

Specifications - Traxdata SD 128MB
Dimentions (L x W x H)
32mm x 24mm x 2.1mm
Operating Voltage
2.7V ~ 3.6V
Operating Temperature
0˚C to 55˚C
Weight
2g
Speed Ratinngs (By Traxdata)
N/A
Warranty
5 years




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