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64 SDXC card compatible?

18th April 2012, 07:18 PM |#11  
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I wouldn't mind one myself but they are rather pricey at 220.00 a pop!

Hopefully the price will come down soon. I can get an SDHC 32g locally from Fry's for about a dollar a g unless its on sale then its even cheaper!!

http://bit.ly/I4YMHL

Best Buy, SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC for 79.99.
 
 
19th April 2012, 06:33 AM |#12  
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Thanks for the update!!!! That's definitely more affordable!!

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23rd April 2012, 06:00 AM |#13  
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Wow that's alot of space! But 80$ dang maybe like the other post 1$ a G would be nice

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23rd April 2012, 11:11 PM |#14  
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Current technology, from what I have read, support SDHC micro sd cards and the new 64 gb ultra micro sd cards use SDXC technology, which apparently are not supported by current phones on the market. I read it at http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/news/..._for_sale-.php The article was from September 2011, but I think it is still accurate. Looks promising though, with transfer speeds of 30 mbps..

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23rd April 2012, 11:15 PM |#15  
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The best buy price of $79.99 is good though. I looked at numerous online stores including Amazon and eBay, and the average price is about $92..the price will obviously come down but it may be a mute point for people like me who want the HTC One X..that's the only bad thing about the One...no removable storage or battery..that's one of the reasons I trashed my iPhone and went with Android...much better!!

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24th April 2012, 09:34 AM |#16  
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The best buy price of $79.99 is good though. I looked at numerous online stores including Amazon and eBay, and the average price is about $92..the price will obviously come down but it may be a mute point for people like me who want the HTC One X..that's the only bad thing about the One...no removable storage or battery..that's one of the reasons I trashed my iPhone and went with Android...much better!!

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If HTC goes on that direction, then the Vivid might be my last device from them. No removable battery? If they get it right like Motorola did with the Razr maxx, I can live with that, but no sd support, bye bye.

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27th April 2012, 08:40 PM |#17  
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Yeah, I feel the same way...I would love a new HTC phone but the 16 gb and battery are deal breakers for me...especially the memory...I download a lot of music through Rhapsody and the 16 is simply not enough...hopefully, the One X won't do so well and we shall see the return of removable battery and sd card...I've seen 64gb sd card at best buy...even though they won't work with current phones, they should on next generation phones this year which would make the One X less desirable..

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8th May 2012, 03:14 PM |#18  
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Lightbulb 64MB micro SD
http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/news/..._for_sale-.php
I just read through the above link and through the coments of it, I'm going to buy one and try it, I'll post back here once I've confirmed it works apparently it just needs to be reformatted to fat32, and even if it doesn't work I'll find a use for it in the future
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Alright!!! I now have a 64 GB sdxc card, and it works for my HTC Velocity 4g!!! Android formatted it, and it works like normal, writes at 10MB/s and reads at 33MB/s. So, it's not faster than my 16GB sdhc card (must be the specs of the phone, not the sd card restricting speed). Hope that helped anyone thinking of buying a sdxc card

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29th June 2012, 08:53 PM |#20  
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How much this card is??


Micro SDXC flash memory cards are eXtended Capacity micro SD cards same features as SDXC cards - that is capacity up to 2TB (Terra Bytes) and data access speeds up to 300MB/s, but in the shape of the TransFlash / micro SD card that are usually used in mobile phones and other small electronic devices where even the small size of a regular SD card is to big. With an adapter microSDXC card can be used where miniSDXC or full sized SDXC cards are required as well as connected to PC via USB interface or for even faster read / write speeds connected to eSATA via eSATA SDXC connector that transforms any micro SD card into a low cost high performance thumb drive / flash drive.

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