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What Is Removable Media?


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« on: November 18, 2015, 04:16:31 am »

As the field of removable media has continued to advance, many types of portable magnetic storage options have become popular on the market, including universal serial bus (USB) flash drives, secure digital (SD) cards, and compact, external USB-connected hard drives. Flash drives can hold up to 16 gigabytes each as of 2011 and are very popular, as they are small thumb-sized units for which almost all personal computers have USB ports, and include software designed to easily read the contents of the drive once they are plugged in. The SD card and high density (HDSD) versions of it have been largely targeted towards the digital camera market, though SD ports also exist on most modern personal computers, where each postage-stamp-sized card holder can contain many thousands of still digital photos, as well as video, audio, and other content.


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