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| Posted: Sep 14, 2004 12:44 pm

- TwinMOS launches Mini SD and RS-MMC series

Mini your size, flash your world! - TwinMOS have announced a new lineup of "mini" SD and MMC memory modules suitable for digital camera's, mobile phones, PDA's, MP3 players, and heaps more. These little cards are only half the size of your standard SD / MMC memory card, but can still be used in conventional slots with the use of a supporting adapter. Full details in the official PR.

 

Sep.14, 2004, Taipei. In response to the trend of the next generation mini digital products, mini-sized memory cards are not only the future trend but also the prerequisite in the e-generation. Like PDAs, camera mobile phones, MP3 players, DSCs or MP4 palm multimedia, lightweight, mobile and multifunctional devices are getting more important to current modern life. Likewise, these are the requirements of the flash memory cards that used on these devices. TwinMOS takes the initiative to develop the new generation mini SD and RS-MMC memory cards with forefront technologies according to the needs of the application market, in order to let consumers enjoy the wonder world of high-quality, high-performance and super mini memory cards for digital peripherals.

 


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