Chuck Guzis cclist at
Sun Dec 5 13:10:11 CST 2010

Okay, a faintly related question to this thing with SD cards.

Are USB pen drives any better at leveling wear than SDHCs?  The 
reason I ask is that there's a USB 2.0 flash driver available for the 
inexpensive AVR90USB162 chip that might also work as a SCSI-emulated 
device.  Any sort of buffering isn't possible, as the chip only has 
512 bytes of SRAM.  But there are many other inexpensive USB-capable 
microcontrollers as well.


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