sana connect 4 mp3 player memory

Hello, i have a sansa connect 4  Was wondering, i have a  micro slot for memory upgrade.

Can i use scandisk sd for it. Or should i be using something else for it. Thank you very much for your time.

You might want to do a search for “microsd” or “microsdhc” in this forum, but I don’t think anyone’s had a problem with a particular brand of microSDHC card.  I’ve used both a SanDisk and an A-Data in mine.

With the exception of one PNY 2 GB, I’m Wall2Wall Sandisk: 2 Cruzers: 4 and 16 GB, six 1 GB’s for my cameras, three 2 GB’s for my card reader and one 4 GB micro  for my Connect, to which I plan to add mre

I go back to the 64K TRS-80 Model I Microsoft Level II BASIC. Do you have any idea of what having 46 GB of memory that can fit in a large pocket does to me? How about “blown away”? Back in 1978, I don’t think that there were 46 GB of memory in the whole world. Most mainframes had 512K, in '81, a couple of mini-comps had 600K. The first unit I saw to hit 1 meg was the TRS-80 model 16 in '81 and I had to wear a bib while I was reading about it.

“The human brain contains about 50 billion to 200 billion neurons
(nobody knows how many for sure), each of which interfaces with 1,000
to 100,000 other neurons through 100 trillion (10 14) to 10
quadrillion (10 16) synaptic junctions. Each synapse possesses a
variable firing threshold which is reduced as the neuron is repeatedly
activated. If we assume that the firing threshold at each synapse can
assume 256 distinguishable levels, and if we suppose that there are
20,000 shared synapses per neuron (10,000 per neuron), then the total
information storage capacity of the synapses in the cortex would be of
the order of 500 to 1,000 terabytes. (Of course, if the brain’s
storage of information takes place at a molecular level, then I would
be afraid to hazard a guess regarding how many bytes can be stored in
the brain. One estimate has placed it at about 3.6 X 10^19 bytes.)”

http://www.geocities.com/rnseitz/The_Great_Gray_Ravelled_Knot.htm

SpacePatroller wrote: 

 

Back in 1978, I don’t think that there were 46 GB of memory in the whole world. Most mainframes had 512K, in '81, a couple of mini-comps had 600K. The first unit I saw to hit 1 meg was the TRS-80 model 16 in '81 and I had to wear a bib while I was reading about it.

I remember an entire company network shutdown to upgrade both (primary and backup) mainframes’ RAM from 96 KB to 128 KB.  That was back when only assembly language would do.

After that admission, I need to clarify about bibs:  No, I don’t need one when I type.  Mostly.