Announced for the first time by SanDisk Corporation (http://www.sandisk.com/) at CeBIT 2003, the miniSD joined the MemoryStick Duo and xD-Picture Card at this small Form factor. A crowded exhibition hall during CeBIT 2000. ... 128 MB Memory Stick with MagicGate support Memory Stick is a format for removable flash memory data storage devices, created by Sony in October 1998 as an alternative to CompactFlash, Secure Digital, Multi Media Card, and SmartMedia for use in their own devices. ... xD-Picture Card compared in size with a US 1 cent coin The xD-Picture Card is a flash memory memory card format developed and introduced to the market in July 2002 by Olympus and Fujifilm, and manufactured by the Toshiba Corporation. ... Form factor refers to the linear dimensions and configuration of a device as distinguished from other measures of size (for example Gigabytes; a measure of storage size): in computing, form factor is used to describe the size and format of PC motherboards (see AT, ATX, BTX), but also of hard...
The miniSD card was adopted in 2003 by the SD Association (http://www.sdcard.org/) as an ultra-small form factor extension to the SD card standard. While the new cards were designed especially for use in mobile phones, they are packaged with a miniSD adapter which enables compatibility with all devices equipped with a standard SD Memory Card slot. 16Mb SD Card Secure Digital, or SD, is a flash memory data storage device based on Toshibas earlier Multi Media Cards (MMC). ...
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