Cami Lee...

PDACraig@aol.com
XXX, 30 Dec 1993 01:39:54 -0400 (EDT)

The only dumb question is the unasked one.

Sram uses a battery, and is faster and has virtually unlimited write-rewrite cycles.

Flash ram is not dependent on a battery, and is a bit like a disk in function. It is slower, consumes power from your Zoomer during read-write times, and does have a write-rewrite limit. However, that number is quite high, so by the time you are wearing out a flashram card, you'll have something else anyway. (There are wear leveling programs for some flash cards -- I have one for my HP card).

Happy New Year!

Craig