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.
For more memory, one must buy memory expansion cards. Verizon offers a 2 GB ($50), a 6 GB ($100) and an 8 GB ($130).
"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.
WashMnl requires 2.4 MB memory on Palm OS devices and 3.5 MB on Pocket PCs, and will run off most memory expansion cards. It is available for $59.95 from the company Web site (www.skyscape.com) or may be downloaded from www.handango.com.
SecureCard, another Trust Digital release, is a companion product that allows user-defined password and encryption protection of data on memory expansion cards.
This standard allows the notebook to use the same type of optional equipment as a desktop, such as modems, local area network (LAN) adaptors, and memory expansion cards.