Pretec 12 GB Compact Flash

Started May 27, 2004 | Discussions thread
Sean Keegan
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Re: WARNING- new trend in rating compact flash size
In reply to Jerre, May 28, 2004

This 12 gig pretec card is a true 12 gig card.

Jerre wrote:

The following article was posted about another new size '8 gig'
flash card. Price not as bad as the Pretech but check out the
actual data storage size!! Other companies may soon follow this
marketing ploy.

Flash Drive Holds 8GB Compressed Data

By Ian Chiu at Wed 26 May 2004, 12:41 PM

4GB Compact Flash card has debuted, but Kanguru is the first to
release a 4GB flash drive. The KanguruMicro 2.0 drive can even hold
8GB data, assuming 2:1 data compression.

At a cost of $1699.95, you can get one Apple PowerBook 12", six
Apple iPod Mini 4GB or nine 1GB Hi-Speed USB flash drives.
Comparatively, the iPod Mini 4GB uses Hitachi’s mechanical
miniature hard drive whereas the KanguruMicro 2.0 utilizes NAND
flash memory. A 4GB Compact Flash card by Lexar is also several
hundred dollars less expensive than the KanguruMicro 2.0.

http://www.everythingusb.com/news/index/3682.htm

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