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Saving Grace

Kingston Technology's 128MB CompactFlash Card
Magazine Contributor
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This story appears in the December 2000 issue of . Subscribe »

128MB CompactFlash Card

It finally happened: You maxed out the memory in your PDA. But don't start deleting just yet. Instead, consider getting a CompactFlash Card from Kingston Tech-nology. The 128MB card can be used interchangeably in digital cameras, notebooks, handheld PCs and PDAs. Just pop it in, and you can save everything you want. Another plus: flash memory is faster and more rugged than a hard drive; it retains data automatically, even if the power is unexpectedly turned off. And if you think 128MB isn't enough storage, look at it this way: One card can store as many as 1,280 images.

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