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Memory Card Readers


Memory Card readers: buying guide

Memory cards or MMC are one of the most needed things in the technological world nowadays. There are many types of memory cards such as SD, micro SD, memory stick and many more.

Before buying internal memory card readers you need to consider:

For what gadgets are you going to use the memory card?

What do you want from the memory card?

What I mean is that, for different types of gadget, there are different types of MMC that is suitable for the gadgets.

Usually, micro SD is usually used for mobiles phone and not all phones use micro SD. Therefore, you need to first check the MMC that is suitable with the gadget that you want to use.

For mobile phones, normal type of MMC is already enough.

What do you want to consider is only the capacity of the MMC.

The highest capacity available for MMC at the time this article was written is 64GB. But the price is very expensive.

For a camera, you would want to consider buying a high speed MMC.

High speed MMC

A high speed MMC is a MMC that has a super fast speed of data transfer. It allows the image data captured by your camera to be stored faster than usual and thus, allowing you to take more pictures and a short time.

People usually use this high speed MMC on a DSLR since the data size for an image captured by DSLR is much bigger than the normal digital camera. For those who use a normal digital camera, you do not need to buy this expensive high speed MMC.

From my personal experience, if you want to buy a MMC for your PlayStation portable or PSP, I would recommend you to buy high speed MMC since it will make your game lag free.

Believe me, it is worth it.

One more word of advice, if you want to buy MMC for PSP, I would recommend Memory Stick from Sony since this brand is known with their stable performance.

Some other multi memory card readers from other brand that I have used and I don’t want to state the name here are not stable and they make all data in the Memory Stick gone just like that. You wouldn’t want that to happen, would you?

 
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