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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Specific hardware purchased with this donation included a Palm m515, 128 MB memory expansion card, and an aluminum hard-shell carrying case.
For more memory, one must buy memory expansion cards.
By having removable memory available, a user isn't burdened with built- in memory sizes which can lead to device obsolescence, and can use industry standard memory expansion cards which continue to drop in price and increase in density.
5 MB on Pocket PCs, and will run off most memory expansion cards.