Monday, 16 May 2011


So you've just either bought or received a 64GB SDCX card, and now you're wondering what you can do with this device and what it's benefits are. Or alternatively, and more likely, you're wondering which of the many helpful uses you want to use your 64GB SDCX card for and how you're going to get the most out of your device. There are countless things you can do with a flash memory card, and there are countless reasons you might have one in your possession, here we will list a few of those uses and a few of the things you might want to do with yours.

First of all you might want to put a 64GB SDCX card into your camera. This is perhaps one of the most common ways that people tend to use a flash card and one of the ways that you can get the most benefit from your device. When you insert a 64GB SDCX card into your camera, instantly you increase its capacity and probably by several times. This means you can take high definition pictures and even record high quality footage and fit reams on before you need to transfer it to your PC. A 64GB SDCX card is a great item to purchase before you go on holiday, because it will mean you don't have to worry about running out of camera space when you're somewhere exciting and new where you want to take lots of photographs.

Another thing you can do with such a large memory card is to try using it in your computer. Here you can use your SD card as away to transfer information between multiple computers or between your computer and other devices. Alternatively you can use your flash card to simply back up your information and this is a purpose that many people overlook for memory cards.

If that's not useful enough for you then why not use this card as a memory card in an MP3 player. This will allow you to store huge amounts of music on your portable device and chances are that you actually don't have enough CDs or music tracks to fill it all up. In other words then, you can use this as a way to store your entire music library and to sort through the tracks at your leisure � making playlists or putting it on shuffle and enjoy listening to your music out of any kind of order.

Then there's the prospect of using a flash card in your mobile phone. If you have a smart phone then it should likely be able to use a 64GB SDCX card and this will increase your capacity for using all kinds of applications. As your phone usually doubles as a camera or an MP3 player, then you can also use the SD card for the above uses too � and it's very handy having so much data all in one place.

Lastly you can use a 64GB SDCX as part of a digital photo frame. Most digital photo frames won't work without a flash card or memory expansion of some kind and this is a great way to display multiple pictures and to give a more varied and fuller impression of who you are and what you do.

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