While I am encouraged by all the efforts that have been made in the Linux and now Windows CE fronts on this little box, for my particular application I am resigning myself to stick with Win 98. I want to throw the highest quality windows media stream that these puppies will decode an make little T.V.s out of them. I have some pretty good expearance on the server end with Windows Media, and feel that I can crunch what I need out of ye olde 98 into as small as 128 MB if need be. What I would like to gain some knowledge in is these Compact Flash cards. I have heard wispers on this board of a low MTBF if they are used in an application with frequent reads and writes, such as having virtual memory on the card. Is it also true that these units (The IA-1) require 3.3 volt CF cards?
This link is not an add on my part but I am consitering buying a few cards from these guys. http://www.icentral.com/html/1stchoicememory/page43.html
Any advice regarding what to get? How much does this whole "speed" rating of 4X, 8X and so on really matter. Are there better brand then others?
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