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nonvolatile storage that can be electrically erased and programmed anew

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SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash cards feature a new SanDiskA Power Core Controllerao, an advanced memory controller that enables lightning-fast read and write speeds of up to 90MB/s1, doubling the performance from previous SanDisk high-end camera memory cards.
TWO men who stole a camera memory stick containing holiday pictures of Prince William and his girlfriend Kate Middleton were branded "Dumb and Dumber" as they were sentenced.
A digital camera memory card, containing photos of an unknown family's holiday in Havana, was found by cycling enthusiast Adam Burns at Honley Show.
As reported, a camera memory card containing around 70 photos from a wedding and honeymoon was found in Billingham town centre.
Acting on a tip-off, detectives raided the dad-of-one's house and took away a camera memory card on which they found the pictures.
Coincidently, I discovered that on the very same day I exposed my camera memory card in the loo the world was celebrating World Toilet Day.
The percentage of households using the digital camera memory card for storage increased significantly to 53% in 2006, up from 38% in 2005 and only 19% in 2004.
The images were on a digital camera memory card stolen at the George Hotel, in High Street, Shipston, between 6.
Users can save images in a built-in camera memory card or link the system directly to a computer for viewing images on a PC.
In addition, both printers provide direct printing from digital camera memory cards, "USB DIRECT-PRINT", PictBridge and an optional Bluetooth adapter, the company claims.
Home Gallery displays high-quality photo images stored in digital camera memory cards.
Customers insert their camera memory card or CD into the terminal to copy their files.
Peripheral manufacturers have come up with a solution--small, compact, book-size DVD/CD recorders that can "bum" discs directly from digital camera memory cards without a computer.
To make photo management even easier the R310 allows anyone to crop, resize, and print photos directly from memory cards or picture CDs without having to use a computer: Photographers can also save images straight from their camera memory cards directly onto a CD-R or Zip disk, through the printer's host USB port.
Direct means you don't need a computer--there are two slots for digital camera memory cards, and the printer reads Compact-Flash, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, Secure Digital, Multimedia, and IBM Micro Drive cards.