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SanDisk 2GB Micro Secure Digital Card with Adapter at £12.20 with free delivery! Bargain i say!
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#1
Voted Hottttt :thumbsup: , great price
#2
Will this work with my mobile which uses pro duo
#3
Bourne
Will this work with my mobile which uses pro duo

No, for that you'll need a Pro Duo card. Those new Blu-Ray discs won't fit in your betamax recorder, either.
#4
Thanks, but what u on about beta??, arnt they obselete ??
#5
Was that a tumbleweed, or just air passin' through ears?
:whistling:
#6
billyX
No, for that you'll need a Pro Duo card. Those new Blu-Ray discs won't fit in your betamax recorder, either.


Ouch!!!
#7
lol billy :-D

good deal thanks, will go nicely with my new d900i, now if only I could get my hands on a d900i unlocking clip ... :roll:
#8
datakits have the 4gb version for less than 30quid not sure about postage
#9
sotomonkey
datakits have the 4gb version for less than 30quid not sure about postage


Please be wary of datakits. They have a lot of bad press, especially on pricerunner.
#10
I ordered one from Amazon for £13 odd the other day, so maybe not a huge saving, but cheaper is cheaper :)
#11
I ordered one for roughly same price from w2w the other day, after having searched through other threads on here!
#12
will d900i be able to use the full 2gb memory of this card??? or can they only use 1? thanks
#13
NIce one - got one for my u600 - thanks for that - just in time for Rusk UK tour
#14
Will this work in a K810i? If not can someone recommend a cheap place to buy a 2 GB card.
#15
LC
Will this work in a K810i? If not can someone recommend a cheap place to buy a 2 GB card.

NO!:whistling: MAY BE IN PLAY.COM
#16
I have had problems with every sandisk MicroSD card I have ever had. Spend a few extra pounds on a Kingston unless you don't value your personal data very much.

I recommend [url]www.memorycardzoo.co.uk[/url] - they even have the Kingston cards which are manufactured in Japan and thus of much better quality.
#17
Perfect timing for my new Nokia N95. Cheers.
#18
Just got my Nokia E65 was looking for new card.

many thanks

:thumbsup:
#19
Nice one, been looking for one of these to go with the DS card I just got.
#20
good value~
#21
Bingo83
Nice one, been looking for one of these to go with the DS card I just got.


If you're going to use it with an R4/M3 etc. it seems that a Kingston card works better. You can get a 2gb Kingston at picstop.co.uk for £13.98, and 2% Quidco.
#22
I've been using a Sandisk with a nintendo ds R4 card (don't know what it is? Google it, we probably shouldn't talk about it here) for about a month and it's flawless. In fact the R4 seems to work fine with just about anything. Getting a cheap card is important because the price of the R4 has gone up a fiver in the last month thanks to short supply.

Worth mentioning that this is NOT an SDHC card, which means it has BETTER compatibility with all devices capable of using a Micro SD (aka Transflash) card. The 4GB cards people are talking about will almost certainly be SDHC and only newer devices will be compatible. Non-SDHC 4GB SD cards of any size (mini or micro) are not standard and you risk reliability problems.
#23
markbloke


Worth mentioning that this is NOT an SDHC card, which means it has BETTER compatibility with all devices capable of using a Micro SD (aka Transflash) card. The 4GB cards people are talking about will almost certainly be SDHC and only newer devices will be compatible. Non-SDHC 4GB SD cards of any size (mini or micro) are not standard and you risk reliability problems.


Micro-SDHC IS a standard, it's just that only newer devices support it.
#24
Originally Posted by markbloke

Worth mentioning that this is NOT an SDHC card, which means it has BETTER compatibility with all devices capable of using a Micro SD (aka Transflash) card. The 4GB cards people are talking about will almost certainly be SDHC and only newer devices will be compatible. Non-SDHC 4GB SD cards of any size (mini or micro) are not standard and you risk reliability problems.

Gazbert
Micro-SDHC IS a standard, it's just that only newer devices support it.


Having gone through this saga with my XDA Orbit and DS Lite R4, I have undertaken research (only after!) I ordered an SDHC card that did not work in either gadget. I must agree with markbloke's comment and you may have mis-understood his sentiment? Generally speaking, you can only get 4GB cards that are SDHC (for example Sandisk only do them in the SDHC standard) although it would appear that non-SDHC cards are mentioned on the internet and this is what I understand his comment to mean; I have not tried a 4GB non-SDHC card and cannot comment on their reliability.

Gazbert is spot-on in stating that SDHC cards are only supported by a few devices (for example Nokia N95), but having contacted the tech support of O2 and HTC, it would appear that they are working on a software update that is required to accept the SDHC standard - they are physically the same size. Therefore, at the moment you may be limited to this 2GB non-SDHC standard. Thanks to the OP for this and cheaper than Play.com!
#25
Gazbert
Micro-SDHC IS a standard, it's just that only newer devices support it.


I'm not quite sure why you're trying to imply that I said they weren't standard. I said no such thing.

I've got an XDA Mini S and have been trying to find a reliable 4GB non-SDHC mini card for it. After checking on the XDA developers website where they tried to list working cards it seemed many of them would randomly corrupt or break down completely after hours or months. 2GB non-SDHC mini cards work fine.
#26
Gazbert
Micro-SDHC IS a standard, it's just that only newer devices support it.



You need to read more carefully :p
#27

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