• 32Kbytes
  • 1 GByte and 8GByte Micro SDHC Transflash
  • 12 Bytes core memory
  • 340 MBytes Microdrive. 1 inch Hard Disk
  • 4 MBytes Compact Flash
  • 4 GBytes Compact Flash
  • IBM Microdrive with PCMCIA Adapter
  • 2 MBytes RAM memory for Toshiba T1000 Portable computers
  • 4 MByte memory upgrade for Toshiba T4600.
    JEIDA DRAM
  • 32KB and 128KB for HP48 series calculator
  • 512KBytes for HP-95LX poquet computer
  • 8 and 32 MByte SD Card
  • 256 and 512 MByte MMC Multimedia Card
  • 64 MByte, 256 MByte, 1GByte and 2 GByte Mini SD card
  • 1 GByte xD Picture Card
  • Sony Memory Card Sony 2GB M2
  • I've got this! - luvi

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12 bytes core memory --> ... -->32Kbytes--> ... --> 2Mbytes --> 8 Gbytes

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  1. ajcc [deleted] 68 months ago | reply

    That's quite a collection, those old flash cards can be really handy when trying to get software into old computers.
    Is it possible to use the 12 byte core memory with anything?

  2. teclasorg 68 months ago | reply

    No, the core memory is not usable, only for exhibition, but in the next image:
    8 bytes vs. 8Gbytes
    you can see another core memory of a machine that works fine.

  3. James Malcolm 68 months ago | reply

    I heart core memory.

  4. histogram_man 64 months ago | reply

    Seen in the 100+ views leaving thread. A fascinating review of progress.

  5. newdaynewlesson 50 months ago | reply

    Hi,

    I used your picture in my blog post. Hope it is okay.

    Thanks,
    Susie

    newdaynewlesson.wordpress.com/2010/03/12/make-an-effort-t...

  6. teclasorg 50 months ago | reply

    Of course, I use a Creative Commons licence. Thank you for your feedback.

  7. Studioesper 28 months ago | reply

    where is smartmedia:D

  8. teclasorg 28 months ago | reply

    :D Sadly I have not a smartmedia card

  9. teclasorg 23 months ago | reply

    thank you for the feedback

  10. Zanryuu 21 months ago | reply

    wHATS THAT THING ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT?!~

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