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SD/MMC Card Holder Review
By Ed Hardy
The SD/MMC Card Holder from rileydog llc lets you carry around a couple of SD or MMC cards in your wallet without damaging the cards.
One of the advantages of the SD/MMC card format can also be a disadvantage: they are so damn small they are easy to lose. I've never lost one of these but I have lost a SmartMedia card, which is roughly the same size. The SD/MMC Card Holder gives you a place to keep your memory cards when they aren't being used. Of course, you have to be good about putting the cards in it. If you get in the habit of leaving them on your crowded desk, you will eventually lose one.
The SD/MMC Card Holder is simple. It's a credit-card sized piece of plastic with two slots just the right size to put a couple of SD or MMC cards into. It is made of a laminate strong enough to protect the cards. It's thicker than an actual credit card; it's just about exactly the same thickness as an SD card. This means when there is an SD card in it, it bulges slightly.
Because it is thicker than a credit card, it doesn't fit terribly well in the credit-card slots in my wallet. Instead, I keep it in the big pocket in my wallet behind the credit cards. I've been carrying it and an SD card around like that for a few weeks and there haven't been any problems. Certainly there's no sign of damage to my SD card and it works fine in my handheld.
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