My Sharp 770SH

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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Don’t forget your memory

Your Sharp 770SH comes free with a Vodaphone contract but the other thing to factor in is that there’s only 5mb of internal memory in the handset.

I’m currently looking at SandDisk Transflash cards – one make of MicroSD Card that’ll supply the memory needed to store pictures and music.

Having invested in neither a digital camera nor an MP3 player, the 770SH needs to do the job of both as well as all those chore-like phone calls.


At 11:29 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The official website recommend a max 512MB MicroSD. I'm not sure whether it supports 1GB. I bought a 512MB one online for 18 pounds.

At 12:53 am, Blogger Graham said...

I hadn't heard that about the 512MB being the max, I'll have to look into it, maybe do some tests. Could you say where you purchased yours from and if the service, delivery etc was of a good standard? The next thing I'll buy will be a memory card so I'd appreciate the recommendation. Thanks, Graham.

At 1:43 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bought it from a website:

The quality of products is very good. And the price is outstanding. you need to spent 30 pounds in vodafone store for same memory card. In carphone warehouse it's even more expensive!!

The delivery terms and conditions is on the website, they don't charge delivery expenses for memory cards as long as post to a UK address. I ordered on Sunday night and got it on the next Wednesday. It's a SanDisk MicroSD (transflash) with a adaptor.

The service is better than I expected, I have to say. I don't think it's a big web seller but when you sent a email to the customer service, you'll always get a reply on the next working day.

This is best price I found in UK, of both online and high street dealers. GOOD LUCK!

At 10:30 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could you please let me no if 512mb microsd is the maxi card you can have for the 770sh. thanks

At 2:25 pm, Blogger Graham said...

Seems that 512MB is the manufacturers recommended maximum. However, I wonder if people are using a 1GB without problems or not??? Nevertheless, I've changed the picture with this entry accordingly - from a 1GB to a 512MB card so as not to mislead anyone.

As for mousetohouse, thanks for the recommendation. I haven't purchased my card yet but will be doing so tomorrow. Will go for a 512MB as I don't want any headaches and after all, it's enough for my needs.

Thanks, G.


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