MicroSD

Updated: 05/04/2019 by Computer Hope
MicroSD

Alternatively referred to as T-Flash or TransFlash, MicroSD is a small removable flash memory card that was first developed by SanDisk and approved as a standard on July 13, 2005. MicroSD are the smallest removable flash memory cards, range in available sizes of 128 MB to 4 GB, and often used with cell phones.

Some laptops feature a MicroSD slot built into the front or side edge, allowing you to insert a MicroSD card and download pictures or other files onto the laptop. If your laptop does not have a MicroSD slot, or you have a desktop computer, you can use a media card reader. This device enables you to view the files on the MicroSD card, and download them to your computer.

Flash memory, Memory cards, Memory terms, MMC, Phone terms, Storage device