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a card with words or numbers or pictures that is flashed to a class by the teacher

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Their industrial flash cards support a 1500G Shock rating, in capacities ranging from 16MB to 256GB.
0 high speed 480Mb/sec bandwidth and optimizes the data throughput between Flash cards and the host.
Gartner predicts the SD Card and Memory Stick to be the dominant flash cards, capturing a combined revenue share of 65 percent by 2007.
IDC forecasts that the worldwide flash card market, which totaled about $920 million in 2001, will grow to $2.
A quiz mode in SAS Flash Cards enables users to test retention.
5, 2011 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Flash Card Marker Pro Android application has been recognized as a top educational tool by national technological, educational and health organizations, such as Mashable, eSchool News and BrainLine.
The FREE downloadable App contains one sample section of cards for an IT certification exam, and enables customers to purchase the remaining Flash Cards through a convenient "in-app purchase" feature.
Kids can learn by using the flash cards as a study guide or refresher (flash card mode), select among multiple choice answers, or type in the correct answer.
Cert Flash Cards Online also allows users to get all-important information at a glance, helping focus on areas of weakness.
Netlist's non-volatile flash cards meet the demands of extreme environments and provide emerging application support not offered by competitors' solutions
0 Reader for UDMA-Enabled CompactFlash([R]) and Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC(TM)) Flash Cards
Now a junior at the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine, Gardner has put that experience to use by creating PC Flash Cards (http://www.
New Lexar Flash Cards Provide Increased Capacity for Storing Digital Images, Video, and Music
This new portable media player adds Flash card reader functionality to the PMP and allows pictures, movies, or music to be played from different Flash cards, in addition to the built-in hard disk drive.
The demand for higher capacity and better performing flash cards has been increasing in our daily lives with introduction of ever higher resolution digital cameras and the emergence of new multimedia appliances and industrial applications.