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Dennis Hissink : January 23th 2006 - 01:00 CET

Norcent memory flash cards


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NorcentNorcent memory flash cards : Norcent, a leading supplier of quality, value oriented consumer electronics, unveiled its line of Norcent flash memory products at CES 2006. The line of Norcent memory flash cards includes CompactFlash, and Secure Digital memory cards. “Our flash memory cards provide the perfect storage medium for a wide variety of today’s electronic products,” said Jennifer Long, CEO at Norcent. “With our commitment to quality control, users of any of our Norcent flash memory cards, CompactFlash and Secure Digital cards included, can be confident their recorded material will be safe for decades to come. The quality of their recorded images, data, or music will be as vibrant and accurate as the day it was recorded.”
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Norcent flash memory cards are available in many popular capacity sizes and are ideal for a variety of applications, including digital cameras, digital video cameras, PDAs, MP3 players, and notebook computers. Users can expect approximately 100,000 erase cycles and 10,000 insertions for each style. The Norcent memory flash cards, CompactFlash (CF) and Secure Digital (SD) included, feature low power consumption. Norcent’s flash memory products are available now at MSRPs from $35.99 to 131.99.

Norcent CF memory card - ATA standard
High-speed, read/write Norcent CompactFlash cards are available in 512MB, to 4GB capacities. These cards are designed for D-SLR, digital still cameras, MP3 players, notebook computers, and other handheld applications. They comply with all CompactFlash specifications and are compatible with PC card ATA standards.

Norcent Secure Digital cards - Storage capacity
Norcent SD memory cards feature 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB capacities with high performance. They comply with all SD memory card specifications and include cryptographic security to protect copyrighted data and a user-selectable write-protect switch on the card casing.

About Norcent
Norcent is a worldwide, award winning consumer electronics manufacturer dedicated to bringing the latest in high-tech digital technology to the mainstream consumer market. Norcent's ability to leverage the most competitive ISO certified manufacturing facilities allows it to provide cutting-edge digital products to consumers at the best overall value.





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