Crucial 64 & 128MB MMC Flash Cards

Posted: May 30 2003, 10:47pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:41am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Crucial 64 & 128MB MMC Flash Cards
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This review outlines the differences between SecureDigital and MultiMediaCard Flash memory storage and compares a Crucial 64 and 128MB module with four other competing brands. The review also compares the performance of Crucial’s MMC Flash cards with 20 other brands and form-factors in one big face-off.
A quote from the review:
“Face it, we are now in the 21st Century, and whether you like it or not, you have more than likely embraced some form of digital lifestyle. Chances are that one of these products - be it a digital camera, MiniDV camcorder, PocketPC or Palm PDA, or MP3 player - uses either SmartMedia, xD, CompactFlash, MMC (MultiMediaCard) or SecureDigital flash storage. One of these standards - MMC, or MultiMediaCard, was launched due to its Thin & Small appeal to OEM clients. However, best of all, MMC is quite a performer especially when compared with its younger brother; SecureDigital.” Full Review

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