Flash memory cards are portable solid state flash memory cards that are hot-swappable between different devices for instant secure memory storage. They are used by everything from desktops and laptops to professional DSLR digital cameras and video game consoles.
Secure Digital (SD) Cards:
Standard-sized SD cards are not often utilized by modern computers and devices because the smaller cards offer plenty of data capability for most purposes.
MicroSD cards are the most recent addition to the SD card lineup. They are most often used by cell phones, tablets, and other pocket-sized computing devices.
Comapct Flash (CF) Cards:
CompactFlash (CF) is a mass storage device format used in portable electronic devices. Most CF devices contain flash memory in a standardized enclosure
Secure Digital(SD) cards, MicroSD cards and Compact Flash(CF) cards that are available to consumers cap out at 32GB, but larger-capacity cards are in the works.
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MicroSD and SD cards are related technology and serve the same function – storing data. One of the differences between them is in their sizes. SD cards are the largest, measuring about 1 by 1½ inches. The other format was created to work with certain mobile phones. Converters exist that allow SD-compatible devices to read the MicroSD cards. Only the large SD card has write protection. Write protection prevents you from losing data by mistakenly writing new data on top of the old data. A locking slide switch is found on the SD card itself. When locked, the card becomes read-only.
CF Card format was first specified and produced by SanDisk in 1994. The physical format is now used for a variety of devices. Its most popular use is in professional DSLR cameras.
1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Class 4 media for capacities 1GB – 6GB Class 6 for 8GB – 32GB
Class 4 – 4MB/s Class 6 – 6MB/s
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