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media card

Syllabification: me·di·a card

Definition of media card in English:

noun

Computing
A small cardlike information storage device that holds data in flash memory.
Example sentences
  • As it turns out, a new firmware image can only be installed from a CompactFlash media card.
  • You can do this by taking the media card to your local computer store and have a sales rep test it out for you.
  • It's not the first media card to bring 1394 to the PC - Creative Labs' Audigy has that honour, we believe - but it is the first graphics card to do so.

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