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Maximum memory on SD card for Tom Tom ONE?

I am a new owner of a Tom Tom One, and wanted to know what is the maximum addressable external memory (SD card) on the device.  I know that 2G and even 4G cards are out there, but will not work if those memory locations cannot be addressed by the device. I have an advance instruction manual, but this issue was not addressed.  This issue came up with my Palm Tungsten E2, and that was settled at 1G max.

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  • mazenmassa Feb 26, 2008

    what is the maximum addressable external memory (SD card) on the Tom Tom One 3rd Edition device.

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