Memory stick

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Memory Stick is a proprietary removable flash memory card format created by Sony

Memory stick may also be used informally to refer to:

  • Memory cards in general; electronic flash memory data storage devices used for storing data, typically in portable devices
  • USB flash drive a removable flash memory based data storage device with an integrated USB interface (Note that terms such as Pen Drive, ThumbDrive, and JumpDrive are trademarked, and not generic terms)
  • DIMM (dual in-line memory module), a module containing random access memory (RAM) mounted on a printed circuit board for installation into a computer