• Data Storage

    Making The Most Of USB SPI I2c

    A memory card reader is a small storage medium that uses USB SPI i2c memory to save the information, earlier models required the use of battery which is no longer the case. These memories are resistant to external scratches and dust that have plagued previous forms of portable storage, such as CDs. Other storage devices or flash drives are magnetic storage devices with high capacity. Punched tape: it is a very outdated, consisting of cards or paper tape punch. Flash memory is a type of memory that is marketed for use in portable devices such as digital cameras or PDAs. The corresponding device or a card reader connected to the…