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Top 5 Things You Must Know Before Buying a Memory Card

Thinking of buying a new memory card for your camera, mobile, computer, GPS device, MP3 player, or any other device? All memory cards look the same more or less. But a closer look will reveal that each card is cut out for a special purpose ... not to forget, for a different capacity.
SD cards are typically the most common type of memory cards available in the market today that go up to 2GB in terms of how much they can support. If you're looking for cards with a higher capacity, I suggest you go for Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) memory cards that can hold a maximum capacity of 32GB.
Some folks I know of demand fast processing speeds along with higher capacities. Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) memory cards will probably be a safe bet for them, as they support a maximum capacity of up to 2TB.
For smartphone users, Micro SD memory cards are quite a rage since they are the most popular method to store files. You can save large files ranging from 4GB to 32GB in these cards …