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Micro SD card slots?


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Radien

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Forgive me for this "no duh" question, but I'm about to buy a product that includes a Micro SD card, and I want to make sure that my computer will be able to take it. I'm not up on Flash memory and would like to know how the latest hardware peripherals work.

The Micro SD card that comes with the product seems to be the smallest available, the rightmost card in this image. Are these inserted directly into your computer? If so, how do I know which ones my computer supports? I have a Dell Inspiron 6000 that's several years old, so I'm not sure what it's capable of when it comes to this.
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I think that typically a micro sd card will come with a micro to sd adapter, and I am pretty sure that your laptop has an SD slot on the side.
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Okay, sounds good. I have one (if not two) slots that look like potential candidates, so I think I can assume one will suit that purpose. Knowing that they usually come with an adapter is the important part; since I have a list of the package contents I'll look for it there. Thanks!
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There is only one SD card slot, it is on the right side under the speaker and microphone plugs.
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There is only one SD card slot, it is on the right side under the speaker and microphone plugs.

Check. It's there. Thanks for the tips!
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