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Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter

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Micro SD and SD cards were created to meet the ever-increasing demand for smaller storage devices to fit into mobile phones. SD comes in different formats depending on the amount of storage you need. This memory card reader adapter is used for c...
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Specifications:


  • Micro SD to SD adapter
  • This Micro SD to SD adapter adapter allows you to transform your card into a single solution for any SD, microSD based phone or device
  • Easily transfer, save and enjoy your favorite content across multiple SD based devices when used with your card
  • SD adapter for use with microSD cards to convert to standard SD size
  • This Micro SD to SD adapter will work with any mini SD card, support up to 4GB, simply insert the mini SD card into this adapter

Detals:

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • This memory card reader adapter allows you to transform your card into a single solution for any SD, microSD based phone or device

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • Easily transfer, save and enjoy your favorite content across multiple SD based devices when used with your card

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • Enhance your mobile device, more storage means more functionality.Micro SD and SD cards were created to meet the ever-increasing demand for smaller storage devices to fit into mobile phones

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • This Micro SD to SD adapter will work with any mini SD card, support up to 4GB, simply insert the mini SD card into this adapter

What is a Secure Digital(SD) Memory Card?

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • Secure Digital (SD) is a non-volatile memory card format developed by Panasonic, SanDisk, and Toshiba for use in portable devices. It is widely used in digital cameras, digital camcorders, handheld computers, netbook computers, PDAs, media players, mobile phones, GPS receivers, and video game consoles. Standard SD cards have an official maximum capacity of 2 GB, though technically they can store up to 4 GB.[1] SDHC (High-capacity) cards have a maximum capacity of 32 GB. SDXC (eXtended Capacity) allows for up to 2 TB cards
  • The format has proven very popular. Changes to the interface of the established format have made some older devices designed for standard SD cards (up to 4 GB) unable to handle newer formats such as SDHC ( more than 4 GB). All SD cards have the same physical shape, which causes confusion for many consumers

Design and Implementation:

SD cards are based on the older MultiMediaCard (MMC) format, but have a number of differences:


  • The SD card is asymmetrically shaped in order not to be inserted upside down, while an MMC would go in most of the way but not make contact if inverted
  • SD cards are broader than MMCs. SD cards generally mete 32×24×2.1 mm3, but as with MMCs can be as slim as 1.4mm if they lack a write-protect switch; such cards, called Thin SD, are described in the SD specification, but they are non-existent or rare in the market as most devices requiring a slimmer card use the smaller versions of SD: miniSD or microSD
  • The card's electrical contacts are recessed beneath the surface of the card, protecting them from contact with a user's fingers
  • SD cards typically have transfer rates in the range of 80-160 Mb/s, but this is subject to grow, due to recent improvements to the MMC standard

Devices with SD slots can use the slimmer MMCs, but standard SD cards will not fit into the slimmer MMC slots. miniSD cards can be used directly in SD slots with a simple passive adapter, since the cards differ in size and shape but not electrical interface. With an active electronic adapter, SD cards can be used in CompactFlash or PC card slots. Some SD cards include a USB connector for compatibility with desktop and laptop computers, and card readers allow SD cards to be accessed via connectivity ports such as USB, FireWire, and the parallel printer port. SD cards can also be accessed via a floppy disk drive with a FlashPath adapter

 Micro SD to SD Memory Card Reader Adapter


  • An SD card, mini SD card, and micro SD card from top to bottom

Compared to Other Flash Memory Formats:


  • Overall, SD is less open than CompactFlash or USB flash memory drives; these are open standards which can be implemented free of payment for licensing, royalties, or documentation. (CompactFlash and USB flash drives may, however, require licensing fees for the use of associated logos and trademarks.)
  • However, SD is much more open than Memory Stick, for which no public documentation nor any documented legacy implementation is available. All SD cards (other than microSD) can, at least, be accessed freely using the well-documented SPI/MMC mode
  • xD cards are simply 18-pin NAND flash chips in a special package and support the standard command set for raw NAND flash access. Although the raw hardware interface to xD cards is well understood, the layout of its memory contents-necessary for interoperability with xD card readers and digital cameras-is totally undocumented. The consortium that licenses xD cards has not released any technical information to the public

About SD Card:


  • SD Basics - SD stands for "Secure Digital," which means that the storage device supports Digital Rights Management to prevent unauthorized access to the data
  • MicroSD Card Properties - A microSD card has about 25 percent of the physical size of a standard SD card. Its total area is about the same as a dime
  • The SD Card Association - The SD Card Association is a trade association that decides on the technical and marketing aspects of SD cards. It decided that TransFlash cards would be renamed "microSD" cards
  • MiniSD - There is another similar-sounding format called "miniSD." These cards are too large to fit in microSD slots, but microSD cards can fit in a miniSD slot with an adapter
  • MicroSDHC Variant - The "HC" stands for "High Capacity." An SDHC card is not fully compatible with an SD slot, but there are workarounds for reading data on the card

Mini SD Card Instructions:


  • Storage: A Mini SD card can be used with portable MP3 players, digital cameras and cell phones. This means that you can use a Mini SD card to store many types of data such as pictures and music files. A Mini SD card has a storage capacity ranging from 256 megabytes up to 4 gigabytes depending on the type of card needed. The amount of storage you will need depends on the types of files to be saved on the Mini SD card. If you want to transfer files from a Mini SD card to a computer, you must use an adapter.
  • Adapters: If you plan to transfer data onto a computer from a cell phone or digital camera, an adapter will be needed. Most Mini SD cards come with an adapter to convert the card into a standard SD card. The SD card can then be inserted into a memory card reader. If you do not have a memory card reader for your computer you can use a different type of adapter such as the SanDisk MobileMate (see Resources). This type of adapter uses a USB port on your computer, which allows you to use a Mini SD card as if it were a portable Flash drive.
  • Warnings: The newest types of Mini SD cards use a format called SDHC or Secure Digital High Capacity. A Mini SDHC card has the same specifications as a standard Mini SD card. This means that these types of cards are backwards-compatible with older devices that use standard Mini SD cards. A Mini SDHC card, however, will not work with a device that uses standard Mini SD. If you attempt to use a Mini SDHC card in a Mini SD device there is a chance that you can not only damage that memory card, but your device as well.

Mini Vs. MicroSD Card:


  • Significance: The ability to move files around in a portable devices allows for enjoyment, sharing and productivity on the go. Users can record events, work on spreadsheets, get thoughts down and transmit them globally. This is all in addition to the ability to call ahead to inform parties about troublesome traffic conditions.
  • Warning: Whereas both miniSD and microSD use included adapters to fit into SD slots, they are not usually cross compatible with each other. Today's devices use miniSD much more prevalently due to its smaller size and increased capacities. There are very specific capabilities from device to device in handling memory capacities and data transfer rates. The user is best advised to become familiar with the specifications of their computer, phone, and portable players.

Package Included:


  • 1 x Micro SD to SD Adapter