The XLS which is not that much different and supports 4Gb as used in mine which allows me to keep maps of the US,Canada, UK, and the whole of europe on it and swap at will. I bought a cheap generic one. I do kow that those cards that use micro sd can and do have problems so best to avoid the micro type unless your device takes those specifically
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For the TomTom One XL GPS, you can use any SD card that is 512MB or 1 GB in size. It doesn't support SD cards with larger storage, e.g. 2 GB, 4GB, etc.
You can buy these SD cards at many stores that sell memory cards, e.g. for digital cameras, etc. If you can find/buy an SD card categorize as Class 10, it is faster than one that is Class 4. You wouldn't want to go below Class 4 unless you can tolerate slower performance/speed on the GPS device.
Your camera only can use SD cards. The SDHC is a newer generation of SD cards, that need a different protocol you access the files. The newest version is the SDXC version.
SD cards never exceed 4 Gbyte. The SDHC never are bigger than 32 GD and the SDXC are over 32 GByte.
When you try to buy a SD card, the biggest you will find will be 2 GByte. I own 2 SD cards that have 4 GByte, but even I can't find them on the net any more.
The cards are from Platinum. But I even can't guaranty you the 4Gbyte will work in your camera.
Some firms used to bring out new firmware, as soon as the SDHC cards came out. I succeeded to update my TomTom to SDHC and the old thing now even accepts 16 GByte cards. But Canon did not offer an upgrade for the V550, so you stay stuck to the normal SD cards.
The Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL are compatible with most SD Cards with the following specifications:
Memory Capacity: Up to 32 GB (Gigabytes) Type: The Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL support standard SD cards as well as high-capacity SD cards (SDHC) up to 32 GB in size. This includes miniSD and microSD when used with their respective adapters Speed: SD Cards with a slow speed may experience slow transfer time when loading files, or may not work at all. Slow transfer times can also occur with SD Cards that have a great number of files on them.
This problem is due to the memory card not containing the TomTom application or map. To update the application onto the memory card, Connect the device to your computer. Open the TomTom Home application. Click on 'Update My Device'. This should then install the application onto the SD card. Alternativly, you could perform all the steps above without the SD card in the device, this will install the application onto the internal memory. Note: you may also need to install your maps, voices, etc after you update.
I think you will find that the tomtom one 3rd edition is a sealed unit.
No SD slot.
But it does have 1GB of RAM for storage and 32MB RAM for system use.
Pretty much the same internal architecture as an early handheld PC.
All updates are done through USB.
Hope this information is useful.