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My Pocket PC with a 4Gb Sd

Hi there, i got this iPAQ 22xx and I was wondering if it is compatible with an 4Gb SD Card? Thank You for your kind help! Yos

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Hi tHEyOs, Well I?ve been poking around and here are the facts I?ve found: -The largest SD memory card HP lists as an accessory is a 2GB card. -The actual specifications sheet states the SD slot supports SD, SDIO and MMC but makes no mention of any size limitation. My suspicion based on my own personal use of HP hand held PCs is that it will probably accommodate your GB SD memory card. In my own personal experience is that the devices list as accessories only those memory cards that were prevalent at the time the PC was released. So even though the HP site only lists 2GB as the largest its only because the larger cards didn?t exist in the marketplace at the time so it really isn?t any kind of indicator. To me the specifications sheet is the ultimate reference and it doesn?t make note of any type of imitation. If you are still apprehensive buy the memory from a mail order house like TigerDirect and tell them you want a 4GB SD module for an HP H2210 PocketPC. If it doesn?t work you can return it for a full credit. If you have any more questions let us know and please don?t forget to rate the posting.

Posted on Feb 11, 2007

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