Which characteristic describes a SIMM?
- a small circuit board that holds several memory chips and has a 30- or 72-pin configuration
- SRAM that is internal and integrated into the CPU
- a smaller, more condensed memory module that provides random access data storage, ideal for use in laptops, printers, and other
- devices where conserving space is desirable
- an individual memory chip that has dual rows of pins used to attach it to the motherboard