|English German French Spanish Russian Portuguese|
In October 1998 the Sony Corporation launched a device that is called as the memory stick. This is actually a memory storage chip that is small and compact and which can be used for the storage of data in many different devices. These devices are available in many different formats like the specifications below will explain in detail.
Memory stick specifications:
The specifications may be in terms of the transfer of the speed. The memory sticks are available in two forms one is the Standard and the other is the PRO. In the Standard the maximum write speed is about 14.4 mega bits per second equivalent to about 1.8 mega bytes per second. And the maximum read speed in the Standard memory stick is about 19.6 mega bits per second that is equivalent to 2.5 mega bytes per second. The same in the PRO is as follows.
The transfer speed is about 160 mega bits per second that is equivalent
to the 20 mega bytes per second. And the minimum write speed is about
15 mega bits per second. The form factors for the standard are in the
following measurements: 50.0 mm (width) x 21.5 mm (height) x 2.8 mm (depth).
And the measurements in the for the Duo are 31.0 mm (width) x 20.0 mm
(height) x 1.6 mm (depth)
The memory sticks that are used in the cell phones and the other similar devices, has the ‘Duo’ that is the smaller card which is inserted into an adapter that is specially made for it. It fits into the regular Memory Stick slot. The Duo card has the feature that it can then be used as the portable device from a memory stick device to a device ‘Duo’. The Duo cards have the capacity of up to 128MB. The PRO Duo still have the capacity of about 512MB.
The memory sticks that are introduces by the Sony Corporation are used in many devices such as the cameras, the PDA’s and the mobile hand set phones. They are also used in the mp3 players and the digital radios etc. The memory sticks are also available for the Input and the Output devices such as GPS – Global Positioning Systems and also in the Bluetooth modules.
If the memory stick is required to be connected to the computer, then it should be used through the USB port. The USB port serves as the gateway for the memory sticks. The memory sticks are also used to upgrade the memory in already available memory chips.
0f data disk hard recovery is possible, click here to find steps involved.
Freeware utility used in data recovery from hard drive to undelete lost or missing files
NTFS recovery software for data recovery on ntfs partitions
Free pst recovery tools are available on this link
Scandisk image recovery, is it possible to recover data?
Data Storage | Optical
Storage | Holographic
Versatile Disc | Storage
Density | Multimedia
Troubleshooting Serial ATA | Mutable Immutable Storage Devices
|Computer Data Recovery Software | Disk Drive Recovery | Erase Hard Disk | Free Undelete Software
Freeware XD Picture Card Recovery | Hard Drive Recovery Software | OE Mail Recovery | Recover Deleted Email
USB Flash Drive Data Recovery | Windows Xp Recovery
|Photo Recovery Software | Flash Memory | Multimedia Card Recovery|
|Copyright © 2006 Media Storage Devices. All Rights Reserved. www.mediastoragedevices.com|