What is Smartmedia Card?
SmartMedia is a type of flash memory card that was mostly used in digital cameras and other portable electronic devices in the 1990s and early 2000s. SmartMedia cards were developed by Toshiba and first introduced in 1995. They were one of the first flash memory card formats available and were used in a variety of devices before being largely replaced by newer formats such as SD and microSD.
SmartMedia cards were available in various capacities, ranging from 2 MB to 128 MB, and featured a thin form factor and a simple design with no built-in controller. This meant that SmartMedia cards required a device-specific adapter to read and write data, and they did not include features such as write-protection or error-correction.
Despite being an early and popular format for flash memory cards, SmartMedia cards have become increasingly rare and are no longer widely used in modern devices. However, they remain an important part of the history of digital photography and portable electronic devices.
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Backup Software Glossary
Current glossary explains various terms that you may come across while working with Handy Backup or other backup software.
Handy Backup is a backup utility for Windows Servers and PCs that is famous for its flexibility and ease of use.
The glossary contains 107 terms. The current section Storage Media contains 20 terms.
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