Can anyone tell me the difference of these two products please???

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Found 22nd Nov 2008
Hi, Im just about to buy some DSTT cards from dealextreme but am a bit confused which one of these i need to buy.
What is the orange bit that you get with one and not the other.
I know one includes a memory card and the other doesnt but is that the only difference?

Rep will be left for any help.

Thanks.

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a card reader i would imagine

The orange bit is to put the micro sd card in so it can be placed into a USB port to transfer the games from PC to micro sd.

Buy the one without the reader. These cheap readers heat up with use and can burn out. Buy a reader from PC World (or look in poundland, they sometime have them - so I'm told)

just buy the cart from dx and get a memopry card with its own sd card adapter, surely you have an sd reader?

or if you buy the memory card seperate get one that includes it

Original Poster

Oh ok, i get it.
Sorry i was having a thick moment.
No i dont have a card reader as i have the slots on the front of my computer for my sd card from my camera so have never needed one but i cant see a slot on my comp for micro sd.

Where is the cheapest place to buy one from?

Thanks. Rep added for you all.

I'd go into PCWorld (or similar). They will have them. Camera shops should have them too.

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if your buying an sd card just get the one with one

I just bought 2 x 2gb kingston micro sd cards for my dstt from dvd.co.uk for I think 6.95 and they come with an adapter so you can slot straight into your sd port

sassie;3538725

if your buying an sd card just get the one with one



The only problem with that sassie is usually only 2gb microcards can be used. If the 4gb (and bigger) card is used, being SDHC, the onboard slot wont see it. This is why a dedicated reader is probably a better idea.

Predikuesi;3538757

The only problem with that sassie is usually only 2gb microcards can be … The only problem with that sassie is usually only 2gb microcards can be used. If the 4gb (and bigger) card is used, being SDHC, the onboard slot wont see it. This is why a dedicated reader is probably a better idea.



im pretty sure they see it, they just dont write or read at the full speed sdhc offers
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