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A non-removable hard disk such as is found in most computers. Programs and data are copied to and from the fixed disk.
A small flash memory module. The memory chips are enclosed in a plastic case and retain data after they are removed from the system. The most common uses for these are in laptops, pagers, handheld computers, cell phones, digital cameras, and audio players. There are several different form factors of flash cards, including Compact Flash, SmartMedia, PCMCIA, and Small Form Factor Flash Card.
Flash memory is a non-volatile memory device that retains its data after the power is removed.
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See Front Side Bus.