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- MemCard for HP Mini 210-1100?
April 3, 2011, 1:46 pm
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- Hans-Peter Diettrich
April 4, 2011, 8:27 am
Re: MemCard for HP Mini 210-1100?
Dunno, look into your manual or ask HP.
Memory cards are solely for storing data, while USB sticks can have
quite different functionality.
Some USB sticks allow to insert a memory card into them, or have one
Cards install *into* a device, while attached USB sticks affect the
handling of the device (form factor). Thus cards are better suited for
permanent insertion, while sticks should be removed after data transfer.
Depends on the concrete storage technology inside the device. Serial
data transfer (USB, SATA) must not necessarily be slower than from
memory cards or [P]ATA. Often the access to the physical storage medium
is much slower than the transfer of the data, so that parallel transfer
doesn't improve anything.
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