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SmartMedia

An earlier ultra-compact flash memory format developed by Toshiba and introduced in 1995. About the size of CompactFlash and as thin as a credit card, SmartMedia cards were popular for digital camera storage for a while, but capacities never reached beyond 128MB. Available in 3.3 and 5 volt variations, SmartMedia cards required no assembly in manufacture as they were actually a chip package. See flash memory.



SmartMedia Modules
Extremely compact, SmartMedia cards were popular for a short while. They could be transferred to any computer with a Type II PC Card (PCMCIA) socket.


SmartMedia Modules
Extremely compact, SmartMedia cards were popular for a short while. They could be transferred to any computer with a Type II PC Card (PCMCIA) socket.
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Users can also print directly from the digital camera, without being connected to a computer, via the printer's memory card slots, which support Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MultiMedia, Secure Digital and SmartMedia. Hewlett-Packard, (800) 752-0900, www.hp.com.
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Such adapters now support high capacity media such as the 128 MB SmartMedia card, which can hold hundreds of images.
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