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VERBATIM PCMCIA/JEIDA MEMORY CARDS NOW AVAILABLE

 CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer media specialist Verbatim Corporation announces its move into integrated circuit-based storage with the introduction of static random access memory (SRAM) memory cards. These cards are designed for use with such small mobile computers as the Hewlett-Packard 95LX, IBM Think Pad, ZEOS Pocket PC and other applications requiring PCMCIA/JEIDA 68 pin compatibility.
 Verbatim's removable credit card size devices provide an easy and reliable memory upgrade, expanding the power and functionality of the most petite system by adding 512KB, 1MB or 2MB of solid state SRAM.
 In addition to a rugged, shock-resistant design, Verbatim memory cards use low power SRAM chips; include a long-life lithium battery, low battery power indicator, built-in write-protect switch and have been life tested to more than 10,000 insertions.
 The initial SRAM series of 512KB, 1MB and 2MB capacities will be available in April. Higher capacity SRAM cards and a FLASH EEPROM memory card line follow later in the year.
 They will be sold through Verbatim's worldwide network of distributors carrying a suggested list price of $329 for the 512KB, $499 for the 1MB, and $779 for the 2MB.
 "Verbatim is committed to memory, no matter what form it takes," says Nicky Hartery, president of Verbatim Corporation.
 "It is our aim to offer a complete line of the image and data storage products that are most in demand, or have the most potential. We see potential here, so our approach is to be an entrant early in the product cycle."
 Verbatim is a world leader in the manufacture and marketing of image and data storage products, including write-once, P-ROM and rewritable optical disks, as well as floppy disks, data cartridges and data cassettes and is, also, an active member in the PCMCIA standards organization.
 For more information about image and data storage technology, contact Verbatim Corporation, 1200 W.T. Harris Blvd., Charlotte, N.C. 28262.
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 /CONTACT: Linda Healy, Verbatim Corporation, 704-547-6783, or Harry Hoover, Loeffler Ketchum Mountjoy PR, 704-542-8131/


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