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Dennis Hissink : November 18th 2004 - 15:13 CET

Transcend introduces 1GB MultiMedia card


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TranscendHigh-resolution digital cameras and growing multimedia appliances have catapulted flash memory cards to a much higher capacity than before. Transcend Information Inc., a world leader in flash memory devices, recommends the 1GB Multimedia Card, the highest capacity of any MMC card in the world. The card measures 32x24x1.4mm and only weighs 2g. Multimedia Cards are easy to transport and use in modern-day devices. More than thirteen thousand JPEG photos with 640x480 pixel-resolution can be stored with this high-capacity MMC card. Now you can save pictures, MP3's, or MPEG 4 video clips to one MMC card and utilize these files through digital audio players, digital cameras, and PDA's.
Transcend introduces 1GB MultiMedia cardThru the testing of many digital cameras and cell phones that have a SD/MMC slot, Transcend’s 1GB MMC has the best compatibility and durability.

Different from other manufactures, Transcend insists on using only original SLC (Single-Level-Cell) NAND Flash chips that have higher write speeds, lower power consumption and superior durability compared with Multimedia Cards made with MLC (Multi-Level-Cell) chips.

Furthermore, Transcend's 1GB MMC card can achieve a write speed of up to 2 MB/sec. Transcend's flash media will always prove to be the best choice for your digital cameras and other handheld devices.

Features

· Up to 2MB/sec high speed data transfer rate
· Available from 32MB to 1GB capacity.
· Low power consumer.
· Damage-free powered card insertion and removal
· Operation shock rating of 2,000G, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
· Compatible with all digital music players, digital camcorders, handheld PCs, mobile phones and other devices that feature a MultiMediaCard slot
· Adoption original SLC NAND flash chips
· 5-year Warranty




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