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  1. #21  
    From the Intel CPU chip spec, the SDIO is 4-bit capable of 78 Mbps transfer rate.

    http://www.intel.com/design/pca/appl...s/28000901.pdf

    -- Steve
  2. #22  
    Good find Santa8Claws!
  3. #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by Santa8Claws
    From the Intel CPU chip spec, the SDIO is 4-bit capable of 78 Mbps transfer rate.

    -- Steve
    Wow, a fast new 20MB/s SD card would make a fabulous accessory to my T650 and HBH-300!!
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  4.    #24  
    OK cool! Looks like a fast card could be worth the difference then. :-)

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  5. #25  
    UPDATE from P1 chat:

    Nov 09 10:10:40 <PalmOne> The Treo 650 will support the speeds of expansion cards such as the SanDisk Ultra II (10 MB/sec read, 9 MB/sec write). However, the Treo 650 will not support the speeds realized when using the SanDisk Extreme III SD expansion cards.
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  6. #26  
    Seems akin to saying "your computer is too slow to take advantage of a faster hard drive" which is kinda ridiculous...


    Thanks,
    Peter
  7. #27  
    Quote Originally Posted by TreoDeJaneiro
    UPDATE from P1 chat:

    Nov 09 10:10:40 <PalmOne> The Treo 650 will support the speeds of expansion cards such as the SanDisk Ultra II (10 MB/sec read, 9 MB/sec write). However, the Treo 650 will not support the speeds realized when using the SanDisk Extreme III SD expansion cards.

    What is the largest size it will support?
  8. #28  
    There was a comment from a P1 interview in which he "thought" the 650 would support the new 2GB cards... but he was not sure. He was 'not aware' of a limitation there. So that is basically a crap shoot...

    The 650 will definitely support the 1GB cards... and it looks like the Ultra II speeds.

    If you search for 1GB Ultra II... there are great deals, I got one for $84.
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  9. #29  
    Quote Originally Posted by TreoDeJaneiro
    If you search for 1GB Ultra II... there are great deals, I got one for $84.
    yup, just need to find someone with them in stock and not back ordered
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    I broke down and bought a 2gb ultra. I really hope it works.
  11.    #31  
    Quote Originally Posted by shanta
    What is the largest size it will support?
    Quite sure that the maximum size will be 4GB, given that the SDIO bus is 32 bits.
  12. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by 100thMonkey
    Wow, a fast new 20MB/s SD card would make a fabulous accessory to my T650 and HBH-300!!
    100thMonkey, could you test the following out and post the result:
    1. When an incoming call comes in, headset rings automatically.
    2. After answering an incoming call on the Treo, audio is automatically transferred to the paired headset.
    3. After dialing an outgoing call on the Treo, audio is automatically transferred to the paired headset.
    4. While on an active call on the Treo, pressing the headset button will transfer the call to the paired headset.
    5. Reject calls by pressing a button on the headset.
    6. Redial calls by pressing a button on the headset.
    7. Swap calls by pressing a button on the headset.
  13. #33  
    Quote Originally Posted by Santa8Claws
    From the Intel CPU chip spec, the SDIO is 4-bit capable of 78 Mbps transfer rate.

    http://www.intel.com/design/pca/appl...s/28000901.pdf

    -- Steve
    I'm guessing this means apx. 7.8 MBps (78 Mbps = apx 7.8 MBps), so just under the max read/write of an Ultra II. Correct me if I'm wrong.
  14. #34  
    Quote Originally Posted by rudychow
    100thMonkey, could you test the following out and post the result:
    1. When an incoming call comes in, headset rings automatically.
    2. After answering an incoming call on the Treo, audio is automatically transferred to the paired headset.
    3. After dialing an outgoing call on the Treo, audio is automatically transferred to the paired headset.
    4. While on an active call on the Treo, pressing the headset button will transfer the call to the paired headset.
    5. Reject calls by pressing a button on the headset.
    6. Redial calls by pressing a button on the headset.
    7. Swap calls by pressing a button on the headset.
    sure, but it will be a while yet. No GSM in hand yet
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  15. #35  
    Hi: I've got this information about TREO 600: TREO 600 SDIO bus frequency: 24 MHz, SD Mode supported: 1 bit SD Mode (4 bit or 8 bit modes not supported); using this data:
    24 MHz x 1 bit= 24 Mbits/sec = 3 MBytes /sec

    I think this is the maximum SDIO speed for TREO 600.

    I hope it can help you.
  16. #36  
    I have a Patriot Memory 2GB SD card in my treo650 (gsm). Card Info reports 1.8 gb free.
    It works fine. I have put several movies and many photos on the card.
  17. #37  
    Wow. Way to grab a year-old thread. . . .
    2GB is max size and speed is bottlenecked by a slow treo reader
    hi-speed cards don't work as well as the "regular" ones.
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    If I'm repeating what someone has already said look at how long the thread is and ask yourself if you really expect me to read the whole thing.
  18. #38  
    @ ghiscott -

    is it FAST?

    i'm *really* disappointed w/ my card

    its a "SimpleTech" 128M card - transferring pictures from int mem'y to the card


    i was wondering if it is a "poor" quality card or if its just a function of the technology of the card (first gen vs later gen - as this thread seems to indicate)

    so - i'm really interested in how fast these new cards are
  19. #39  
    I have a SanDisk regular speed (not Ultra) 2GB card in my Treo 650 with about 800MB free, thus at least 2GB cards are definitely supported. From what I understand 4GB are not supported, but I am not certain about that. I don't know if there are even any 4GB cards available.
  20. #40  
    Quote Originally Posted by phandel
    I'm pretty sure the Treo supports SD cards up to 4GB (2^32).
    I know this is a really old thread, but I figure I should correct this in case anyone reads this. The 650 will only support max 2GB SD cards b/c it only support FAT16...
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