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Topic # 8817 31-Jul-2006 17:50
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I want to buy an additional SD card to which I'll transfer photos from my digital camera for printing on a Canon Selphy DS700.

I also want to use this SD card on my iPAQ 4350, so my question is:

What is the fastest SD card I can use that's compatible with my PDA? I was thinking maybe 60x - would that be right, or would it support 133x?

As always any help or comments would be much appreciated. :)

P.S. I see that I've made a really huge number of requests since joining this forum - I do hope that won't mean that I've outstayed my welcome hehe!

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Reply # 42989 31-Jul-2006 17:57
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Nah.... Don't worry. You can use the 133x on your PDA. It should work fine.







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Reply # 42990 31-Jul-2006 18:04
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Wow, I didn't even have time to blink! Thanks Mauricio! :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 42999 31-Jul-2006 22:04
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chrissie: P.S. I see that I've made a really huge number of requests since joining this forum - I do hope that won't mean that I've outstayed my welcome hehe!

So that means we are obviously helping to some level :-)

Keep requesting... its what we are here for.

You could join our IRC chat anytime too.




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Reply # 43008 1-Aug-2006 08:42
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Thanks for that Tony - yes, I don't know what I would have done without this place - it's a great resource and everyone is so helpful. :)

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  Reply # 43043 1-Aug-2006 12:05
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Well we do try. Though you will find there are some around here whos knowledge makes the rest of us(me) look like monkeys....
They know who I'm talking about...

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Reply # 43047 1-Aug-2006 12:20
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Well yes, but it got me thinking... How do we class Tony? He's too big to be a chimp but is he hairy enough to be a gorilla?

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Reply # 43060 1-Aug-2006 13:44
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Im not particularly hairy...

It all gets waxed off once a fortnight!!


(and look at my avatar!! im bald!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

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