TransFlash

TransFlash

SanDisk's brand name for its microSD cards, the miniaturized version of the SD card. TransFlash cards (TF cards) were briefly called "T-Flash cards" prior to their launch. See microSD.


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The TF card slot on the back of this Bluetooth speaker accepts microSD cards. (Image courtesy of Zettaly Inc., www.zettaly.com)
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Invented by SanDisk in 2004, the microSD format was initially known as TransFlash. In 2005 SanDisk contributed the technology to the SD Card Association who renamed and released the final specifications for the microSD format on July 13, 2005.
Invented by SanDisk in 2004, the microSD format was initially known as TransFlash. In 2005 SanDisk contributed the technology to the SD Card Association which renamed and released the final specifications for the microSD format on 13 July 2005.
The Lark Board provides 1GB DDR3 SDRAM to each of the HPS and FPGA as well as 4GB eMMC Flash and a Transflash card slot for mass storage.
There's a VGA camera right above the screen on the front, and a microSD card slot (labeled "TF slot" for TransFlash, an old name for MicroSD) adorns the back.
10 MB user memory + Memory Card (microSD TransFlash)
With this sleek little fella you still get the V3i's nice enhancements - 1.23MP camera, better screen and Transflash slot - but you also get a phone that looks like the inside of an Arabian prince's boudoir.
The removable memory may include Secure Digital (SD), miniSD, microSD (TransFlash), MultiMediaCard (MMC), Reduced-Sized MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC), Memory Sticks (Pro and Duo), CompactFlash and PC Card.
Other features include a 1.3-megapixel camera and an external TransFlash memory chip.
In addition the A920 features a 1.3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and flash, an external TransFLASH memory card, embedded stereo speaker and external navigation key for easy access to music playlists and media content.
ERIC Eldin's Transflash flashes home in York's Coral Sprint at 12's under promising young claimer Tyrone Williams.
The phone's audio/video streaming capability enables users to download clips of news, sports and entertainment information, while games, music, images and video can be stored using the TransFlash memory card port.
The new CE500 includes an MP3 player and TransFlash card enabling users to store up to 64MB of music, dual stereo speakers, graphic equalizer and player skins.