Thus spake Stephen Chadfield:
> email@example.com wrote:
>> I have a Sony Erickson W810i Walkman Phone. It came with a 512mb
>> memory card but I would like to buy a bigger one. I was going to get
>> a 4gb card but I heard somewhere that the phone might only support a
>> 2gb card limit.
>> Can someone tell me if this is true? I don't want to go and buy a 4gb
>> card and end up only being able to use half of it.
> I have seen web-based retailers selling 4GB cards they claim to have
> tested with the W810i.
> Stephen Chadfield
I use a 4GB SanDisk ultra II in my K750i. I have 3.5Gs of music on it. I've
just tried it in my GF's W810i & it works perfectly. I'm listening to it
through my Sennheiser PX200s right now. The card came from Amazon UK for
~£90 3 months ago.
Every device I own uses different card formats so I have SmartMedia 128MBs
for one camera, SD 2GB for another & MS Duos for both SE phones. I refused
to have anything to do with the new K800 that take a measly 1G M2 card -
that's called going backwards fast! My new Canon A710 IS will even take the
SDHC cards that will theoretically go up to 32GB now that format supports
FAT32. I'm yet to see any SD cards over 2GB in the shops.
Basically, I hate people who preface nearly every sentence with the word