Good cards for older hardware ( that needs plan sd and not sd hc)
Joe Cussack, Amazon
20 January 2015
Summary: These cards won't be breaking any speed tests but then again most people still buying these are probably buying them due to older hardware not detecting sdhc cards. Since these are non sd hc they won't have a problem in most older hardware, and these (2gb) will probably be the largest size you can...
Summary: Make sure your machine has an SD card reader! I had to use a laptop instead of my tower.
Pros: Shipped promptly and arrived sooner than expected. Card is of high quality manufacturing and functions exactly as expected.
Cons: It's a little small. I mistakenly thought I could put the Raspbian base installation- complete with a lot of common software for the platform- on the card but discovered I would need a card of about 4GB to fit it. After some consideration I built a minimal Arch installation onto it and manually i...
Summary: Nice Kit. I got the 16GB set, and it's very small, but works very well. Just plug the micro sd card into it, and plug that little thing into a USB slot on your computer, and it shows up as a drive, where you can read or write to it.....
Summary: Not the biggest size card anymore but definitely something you want if you want to keep a card in a cheaper devices or just want to stick copies in. Can probably hold about 400 High Definition photos.
Pros: It's nice and compact and comes with an adapter for your older devices.