memory expansion card

memory expansion card

[′mem·rē ik′span·chən ‚kärd]
(computer science)
A printed circuit board that contains additional storage and can be plugged into a computer to increase its storage capacity.
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Specific hardware purchased with this donation included a Palm m515, 128 MB memory expansion card, and an aluminum hard-shell carrying case.
With FilePoint, a Microsoft Word user can use their palmOne(TM) Tungsten(TM) C handheld to reach out to the network, copy important business documents to a memory expansion card, make changes to their documents on the handheld using Documents To Go(R), and use FilePoint's "File Save As" feature to save their changes back out to the network.
Adoption of the MMC standard gained tremendous momentum in the past year and is poised to gain a major share of memory expansion card market in mobile phones and digital cameras," said Victor Tsai, segment marketing manager at Renesas Technology America, Inc.
disks for approximately the same price as one 32MB flash memory expansion card.
SanDisk Corporation (Nasdaq:SNDK) today introduced its first combination software -- flash memory expansion card for Palm OS devices -- a 32 megabyte (MB) Secure Digital(TM) (SD) card pre-loaded with the popular BackupBuddy VFS(TM) software application from Blue Nomad Inc.
The ability to organize documents in folders, along with FilePoint's browse and search features, allows users to quickly find data stored either in RAM or a memory expansion card.
Dual PGA603 ZIF sockets support up to two Intel Xeon processors -- Intel 860 chipset supports an industry-leading 400MHz system bus -- Memory Expansion Card (MEC) features eight 184-pin RIMM sockets, which supports up to 4GB of PC800 Rambus(R) memory -- One AGP Pro, two 64-bit 66MHz PCI and three 32-bit 33MHz PCI slots -- Integrated dual-channel Ultra160 SCSI, 10/100BaseT LAN and PCI audio controllers -- Extended ATX form factor (13" x 12")
The accompanying Memory Expansion Card (MEC) supports 8 RIMM slots to a current maximum memory support of 4GB RDRAM.
In addition, the two systems include an expansion slot that can accommodate an optional 32-bit, high-speed memory expansion card.
It also acts a Memory Expansion Card for application operations and data storage for the palmtop.
Options include a $399 memory expansion card to support 720 total pages and an optional 500 sheet second paper cassette for $499.
For more memory, one must buy memory expansion cards.