Given the larger capacities of memory cards now appearing, are there any practical limitations to the size of card (CF and SD), that my e800(wifi) can cope with? I should hate to fit a 4GB card to find that only 1GB is accessible!
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You do not have to have an SD card to save things to your LG KU990: that said, you only have very limited internal inbuilt memory of just 100MB!
On this amount of memory, your 5MP camera, MP3 player, DIVx player are practically useless: if you do not have a 2GB micro-SD card, I would go an get one immediately as they are pretty cheap especially in proportion to the cost of your features-rich handset! Just make sure that you get 'standard' micro-SD (not higher than 2GB and not labelled micro-SDHC High Capacity).
Hope it helps!
Unfortunately, Pocket PC devices with Windows Mobile 2003 OS do not support High Capacity SD (SDHC standard) cards.
However, some companies have created standard SD cards (Not SDHC) with capacities up to 4GB. These, sometimes, not always, work.
I would recommend you to purchase SD cards up to 2GB in size only which is the maximum size the SD standard has defined. If you would like to try the max capacity you can get, you can try some "SD standard extended, but not SDHC" SD cards up to 4GB. If you would like brand names, I could recommend you a few..
Since a SD memory card is about the same size [width and thickness] as a Memory Stick, I doubt there will ever be an adapter available between these two formats. There just isn't any room unless they came up with a very large adapter which would stick out and be unwieldly.
You can get Compact Flash adapters (which are much larger) from a company called Pretec for about US$59.00, plus I'm sure there are others. I use a full sized PC Card adapter on my laptop to convert between the SD Memory card for my Axim X5 and the SmartMedia card for my digital camera and MP3 player.