Sandisk microSD 2GB memory card
Sandisk microSD 2GB memory card
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|Product Length:||0.39 inches|
|Product Width:||0.39 inches|
|Product Height:||0.39 inches|
|Product Weight:||0.1 pounds|
|Package Length:||3.78 inches|
|Package Width:||3.62 inches|
|Package Height:||1.81 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.13 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 135 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 135 customer reviews )
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46 of 48 found the following review helpful:
Perfect for Garmin GPSmap 60CSx and City Navigator v8 Sep 30, 2006
By Lincoln Thompson
I got this chip for my new Garmin 60CSx GPSmap handheld receiver.
It works well with this device. No formatting necessary.
It holds all of the 1.6 GB of maps in Garmin MapSource City Navigator North America v.8.
With this chip, I have all of the detailed mapping data for the Continental US, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada. There is so much data that my neighbor's driveway is even on the map.
This chip is amazing. Imagine 2 GB of storage in a chip the size of a finger nail.
16 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Beautifully small, wonderfully fast Oct 27, 2006
By Brandon Nimon
I use my 2GB micro SD in my LG vx8300 cell. I also use it to transfer info just via standard SD. Both purposes work great. The size of the micro SD portion amazes everyone who I show (smaller than my thumb nail), and it holds 2GB!
Formatting the card works great. Speeds are great (with USB 2.0 -- any device will be solely limited by the device, not the speed of the card).
The greatest thing is you can transport information in a very small system (the micro SD) or do it in a very wide-spread standard (standard SD).
I have had no problems whatsoever with this card, and I'd recommend it to anyone who can use SD or micro SD!
20 of 24 found the following review helpful:
not compatible with lg phones at this point Dec 17, 2006
i spent some time researching whether this card would work with my vx8600 or vx8500 today. eventually reached an lg customer service rep and he indicated that the only card supported by these phones is the sandisk 1g card. he did tell me that they were working on the firmware updates to allow this card, but it would be a few months out before they could commit to the 2g card.
14 of 17 found the following review helpful:
Works perfect. Sep 06, 2006
By J. Skalski
I guess the previous user had some bad luck. My 2 gig microSD is working perfectly fine. Formatted it both to FAT and FAT32 with no issues and have been using it for data transfer with no hitches. I'd buy another one easily if I had too. This thing is almost the size of a pill. It's kind of scary to think we now can almost swallow 2 gigs. =) Ahhhh technology.....
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Not sure this product is bug-free yet Jan 11, 2007
By Tom L
I've had many memory cards in the past and have several devices and computers to use them with, and never have I had a problem until this card.
I paid top dollar and bought the SanDisk 2GB microSD card directly from a Cingular retail store for use with my Cingular 8525 phone, which I showed the rep and made them promise it would work fine.
When I first brought the card home, it did show up as 2GB on my laptop but only 1GB on my Cingular 8525.
I started to use it that way, but then the card errored when I started copying files to it, so I had to reformat it, and only FAT formatting would work using my laptop.
Now, no matter how many times I try reformatting or erasing the card, it will only format as a 1GB card.
P.S. Solutions would be great to have if you would email me at Tom288@aol.com
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