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Old 03-27-2007, 06:48 PM   #1
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What is Memory SD?


I bought a laptop and auction listing said had "Memory: SD" so I thought this meant a SD memory card reader, which I think is a reader for tiny cards that are like floppy disks that I can store stuff or use with digital cameras. But I don't see one anywhere. Maybe I misunderstanding what this means?
 
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They probably mean SDRAM vs other types of RAM.
 
  


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