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Tema: MicroSD for Sportiva

  1. #1
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    07 May, 10
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    Predeterminado MicroSD for Sportiva

    I have noticed that there are few cards with the names: Micro SD, Micro SDHC and TFMicro SD (and perhaps even more). So before buying I thought it will be a good idea to ask here which of them is suitable for the Sportiva?

    YR.

  2. #2
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    01 Mar, 05
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    En el medio del páramo
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    I have bought a microSD-HD from kingston (8Gb) VERY CHEAP!!! (12€), and it's working very well...
    Todo el día de arriba para abajo...

  3. #3
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    08 Jun, 09
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    Servus
    Gerd
    Aventura - Sportiva - Samsung Q1+PPC TwoNav - GPSMAP 60 csx - TTQV 5/4 PU - Globalmapper - CGPSL - W7/64pro -

  4. #4
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    16 Dec, 08
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    All of them are suitable, what is important though is it's speed; the faster it is the faster the maps load. TF = Transflash which is a trademark by Toshiba (I think) so therefore other manufacturers could not use that trademark. However, all others are using the term microSD which has become the defacto description of the card.
    Última edición por GPSTech; 27/12/2010 a las 02:56
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  5. #5
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    16 Dec, 08
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    There are new SD cards out that are 64GB, known as SD XC, these have not been tested on TwoNav hardware. The SDHC datacards are up to 32GB but can only handle up to 4GB files as they are FAT32. The new exFAT (also known as FAT64) are minimum 64GB and can handle 2TB file sizes, However, SDXC requires WinCE 6.0 and the Aventura and Sportiva are only WinCE 5.0.

    I do not know of any microSD cards that are SDXC.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExFAT
    gpstechnologies.com.au
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  6. #6
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    10 Sep, 08
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    Darmstadt (Germany)
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    yes exFAT is somthing nice

    SDXC is e.g. from my Cam Sony NEX-5, but still yet there are no SDXC-Cards around.

    I don't think that SDXC is possible on the Aventura or Sportiva(+).
    But support of exFAT for big maps would be nice.

    Ray
    www.melibokus-biker.de
    Anima+ 3.3.4, , Samsung S5 with TwoNav Android 3.3.4
    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
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  7. #7
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    16 Dec, 08
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    64GB XFAT SDXC cards are now available
    gpstechnologies.com.au
    gpsaustralia.net

  8. #8
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    10 Sep, 08
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    Darmstadt (Germany)
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    And does they works?

    Ray
    www.melibokus-biker.de
    Anima+ 3.3.4, , Samsung S5 with TwoNav Android 3.3.4
    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
    CompeGPS Land 8.1.1 & 7.7.* (Win & Mac) running on Mac OS X using a virtual machine for Win XP
    dt. TwoNav-SubForum im Naviboard
    Perl-Script gpsconv.pl a Converter for Tracks and Waypoints (e.g. GPX, KML and CompeGPS, ...)

  9. #9
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    16 Dec, 08
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    I do not know, have no intention of spending several hundred dollars to see. But, I asked CompeGPS and they suggested no
    gpstechnologies.com.au
    gpsaustralia.net

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