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Pocket PC e400 en Sandisk WiFi

At a local store I've seen they sell SD WiFi cards. The only thing you need is an SD/IO enabled SD slot. Since I want to be sure it'll work I would like to ask if this should work since Toshiba only offers Bluetooth as an option...

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I have bought the Bluetooth Option Part for my e400. It was an "PC Bluetooth SD Card2". In the specs of the Bluetooth Card is an SD/IO enabled SD Slot required for the Card. So I think your Wifi will also work.

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