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nonvolatile storage that can be electrically erased and programmed anew

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As this approach proved so effective, SmartLabs has now extended the trial program to include SmartMEDIA, alongside SmartTUBE5.
Granted, recording each photograph on CD-R media takes a full three seconds--treble the time that a CompactFlash or SmartMedia card needs to do the same job; but those solid-state devices can't hold as many high-res pictures.
Lexar's new 64MB SmartMedia digital film card is twice the capacity of its current 32MB SmartMedia card.
The SmartMEDIA feature allows corporations to outsource software production with the knowledge and confidence that intellectual property is being protected, while being duplicated to their specifications.
Samples of Toshiba's TC58128FT 128Mb TSOP device and the TC58128DC 16MB SmartMedia device, are available now priced at $28 and $31, respectively.
Microtech International has begun shipments of what it claims to be the largest capacity SmartMedia memory card on the market.
The newest digital camera from Olympus takes both SmartMedia (which it has always shipped with) and CompactFlash cards.
a provider of digital photography solutions, has introduced the largest capacity SmartMedia memory card on the market.
Legato Systems Inc, the Palo Alto-based storage management firm, this week announced an alliance with CommVault Systems, under which CommVault will license Legato's SmartMedia software for integration with its storage products.
The new adapter offers easy, plug-and-play compatibility with no software needed, and works with six different memory card formats: SD, MultiMediaCard, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, xD-Picture Card, and SmartMedia.
Microtech is now shipping its SmartMedia memory card.
A distinguishing feature is the unit's ability to work with both leading formats of digital film being used today: SmartMedia in 3.
The CF and SD cards initially will be offered in 50-picture (32-megabyte) sizes while the SmartMedia cards will be offered with 50 pictures only.
HAL: In that market, do you think Sony's solid-state Memory Stick will take any share away from Toshiba's SmartMedia or SanDisk's CompactFlash?
has introduced a 16MB SmartMedia Card, which ranks as the highest capacity SmartMedia card available today.