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Flash Memory Card Doubles Capacity To 64 MB

Designed for today's megapixel digital cameras, the 3.3V eFilm SmartMedia flash memory card has doubled its capacity to offer 64 Mbytes and can store higher resolution images. Once the pictures are saved to the card, digital photographers can download images to their computer, erase, and reuse the card up to one million times. The cards are compatible with many digital cameras, handheld PCs, PDAs, video game devices, and MP3 players. The card is reported as one of the thinnest memory upgrades available and is virtually undamaged by static. A single 64-Mbyte card has the capacity to hold an additional hour of audio files for MP3 players. The eFilm line of digital camera upgrades includes CompactFlash Type II up to 224 MB, CompactFlash up to 128 MB, SmartMedia up to 64 MB and PC Card and minicard upgrades. Call for pricing.

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