TransFlash To Become MicroSD
Mar 15, 2005, 12:31 AM by (staff)
The SD Association has just approved the MicroSD specification for a memory card that is completely compatible with TransFlash. TransFlash slots are already appearing in many new handsets, this move will open up the format to members of the SD card association. SanDisk, the creator of the TransFlash format, announced they would move to the MicroSD format by the third quarter of this year, completing the transition of the format.
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San Disk is playing with your mind.