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Old 12-10-12, 08:49 PM   #1
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I cant belive i am asking this

But are there card readers that will work with a 64 gb micro sd card? i jst cant belive how much stuff u can store ona card the size of a half dime..so is there any good card readers for this card ?its a sandisc card
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My Kingston card reader has been great, far far better than the couple POS things I had previously. No micro sd onboard, but with the adapter should be fine. Haven't tried a 64gig in it yet though...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820139641
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wow thats looks like a great 1 i have a usb 3 port. i just picked up a sandisc 64 card micro sd for 50 bucks shiped .crazy i recall when cards where only like 64 megs
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I just ran across an old 64mb CF card digging through one of the nightstand yesterday. Right now my 16's are working well for me on my camera, but suspect if I upgrade the DSLR body I'll probably get some bigger cards.
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I got mine for my mp3 player be awesume to have a player smaller then a zippo that can hold around 1500 albums . may use it in my camera to for hd video
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I recall when cards were only like 64 megs.
I recall when cards had punched holes, 80 columns of them.

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I recall when cards had punched holes, 80 columns of them.

Wow, you gotta buy a helluva lotta subs to get the free one!
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