December 5, 2002

Transcend CompactFlash Memory Card 1GB

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DEC 05, 2002 - Transcend CompactFlash Memory Card Capacity Reaches 1GB
Now businessmen can carry a library of information in their pocket and professional digital photographers can get an entire photo shoot on a single memory card. Transcend Information Inc., the professional memory module and flash card manufacturer, has doubled the available capacity on a single Transcend Type I CompactFlash Memory Card to 1GB.
CompactFlash is the world's most popular removable mass storage device. CompactFlash was designed based on the popular PC Card (PCMCIA) standard, and the technology has resulted in the introduction of a new class of advanced, small, lightweight, low-power, mobile products that has significantly increased productivity and enhanced the lifestyle of millions of people. These mobile products include: digital cameras, digital MP3 players, handheld PCs, personal communicators, automobile PCs with GPS, digital voice recorders, digital photo printers, medical monitoring equipment, and many other devices.
With the rapid increase in the number of devices using CompactFlash memory cards, and people's enhanced reliance on them, capacity, stability, and reliability are the major factors users consider when selecting flash memory. Roy Wong, product manager for Transcend stated:
"Transcend's 1GB CompactFlash Memory Card uses four 2Gbit NAND Type flash memory chips with a high performance controller. The read speed is up to 5.2MB/sec and the write speed is up to 3.2MB/sec. The 1GB CompactFlash Memory Card has also passed compatibility testing to ensure users a hassle-free, worry-free digital life experience."
  • Fully compatible with CompactFlash Association and PCMCIA card standard
  • True Plug and Play
  • Low power consumption
  • Storage capacity up to 1GB
  • Single Power Supply: 5V ± 10% or 3.3V ± 10%
  • Recommended operating temperature: 0ºC (32°F) to 70ºC (158°F)
  • 5-year warranty
  • Capacity: 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB
Source : Transcend - Press Release - 05.12.2002

December 1, 2002

Didier Gauducheau Impressions 2000-2001 Exposition Photo

Le photographe Didier Gauducheau a réalisé en 2000-2001 une série de portraits de réfugiés Roms du camps de Plemetina, au Kosovo. Ces photographies en noir et blanc, pleines d'émotions, sont exposées à Confluences. Impressions 2000-2001 Exposition du 3 décembre 2002 au 5 janvier 2003 Confluences Maison des Arts Urbains 190, boulevard de Charonne 75020 Paris Accès : Métro Ligne 2, Station Philippe Auguste ou Alexandre Dumas