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Apacer Class 4 MicroSDHC Memory Card, 4GB
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Apacer Class 4 MicroSDHC Memory Card, 4GB
Manufacturer:  ( APACER )
3,400 AMD

Large capacity brings your digital life on-the-go with unlimited fun

2753.gifApacer microSDHC Class 4 memory card with its ultra-high capacity from 4GB to 16GB. Besides huge capacity, the new memory card will also provide consumers with high performance and faster data transmission speeds. The Apacer microSDHC memory card– the world's smallest removable storage – features a thumbnail-sized footprint and sufficient storage for all 3G phones' digital content including high-resolution photos, large audio and video files, MMS, e-mail messages, and Java-based games. Maximize your 3G audio and video entertainment fun with Apacer's Mobile Series memory cards.


Apacer offers a complete lineup of mobile cards: microSD and microSDHC cards range in capacity from 1GB to 16GB. An 8GB microSDHC card is capable of storing around 2,048 digital songs, more than 2,400 high-resolution pictures, or up to 34.3 hours of high-quality MPEG 4 video*. Their mammoth capacity and performance let you enjoy various media applications on-the-go, without ever running out of memory.

While the same size with the original microSD card, microSDHC is only compatible with microSDHC host devices and not backward compatible with standard microSD-enabled devices and readers. Please check the SDHC logo on the product or packaging of your device.
Look for the SDHC logo on the product or packaging of your device, or contact your device manufacturer for details on SDHC card support. Some SD 1.01/1.1 host devices can upgrade firmware so the device can support the SDHC card.
The actual available memory on the device is less than what is listed on the package. This is due to small discrepancies in file formats and algorithms used by various operating systems. In addition, a portion of memory space is reserved for system files and data sectors for better performance.