Digital Storage. Measuring Memory and Storage. Methods of Storage. Magnetic Flash Optical. Magnetic Storage. Storage device that encodes data as microscopic magnetized needles on the disk's surface Hard disk Tape. Flash Storage.
A type of constantly-powered memory that can be erased and reprogrammed in a single action or “flash.”
Described as “solid-state” memory because there are no mechanical (moving) parts.
Also known as a pen drive, thumb drive, jump drive.
Storage cards for digital cameras use flash memory.
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