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micro sd cards
Micro SD is currently the smallest memory card available and is commonly used in mobile phones (including the BlackBerry 8320 Curve and Nokia N75) , cameras, and GPS devices. They are about a quarter the size of a regular SD card. All of our Micro SD cards come with regular-SD adapters for using them in all devices that accept SD cards. All Micro SDHC devices take Micro SD cards but not all Micro SD devices take Micro SDHC cards, so make sure your camera/phone/etc. is compatible with SDHC if purchasing
The microSD format was originally called T-Flash, and then TransFlash, before being renamed microSD when adopted by the SD Card Association (SDA) . At 15 mm ?11 mm ?0.7 mm it is currently the smallest memory card format available. It is about one quarter of the size of a standard SD card but can be inserted into an adapter which allows the card to be used in devices with an SD card slot. TransFlash and microSD cards are essentially the same, and each can be used in devices made for the other type. There is one exception, which is that unlike TransFlash, microSD devices have the capability to support NFC (Near Field Communication) .