Vista, ReadyBoost – compability chart

ReadyBoost, one of Vista’s performance enhancing features, allows us to plug in flash memory (USB drives, SD cards, etc.)

The Lexar 512MB 40x Compact Flash card that I purchased for another purpose wasn’t fast enough, even when connected to my internal card reader (which may also be slowing things down a tad). So that led me to wonder just what is “fast enough” for ReadyBoost…and then I discovered that Grant Gibson has a great post covering ReadyBoost compatible devices.

More information can be found here.

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