SD Cards are used to provide non-volatile solid state storage for a range of devices such as mobile phones, digital cameras, media players and portable games consoles. MicroSD cards are the smallest form factor for SD Cards, which is ideal for small, portable devices. They can hold up to 64 GB of data. Converters also exist that contain a MicroSD card slot, which can then be plugged into a standard SD card reader.
In this guide you will find reviews of devices that make use of the MicroSD cards, as well as steps on how to use them.