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Topic: This SD Card will work on my 3ds correct? Also another question

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Birdman

Yes, a SanDisk 16 GB SDHC will work with a 3DS; I'm using a 32 GB SanDisk in my 3DS atm. As for the converter, I don't have one (as my Mac reads SD Cards), but I can't imagine them costing more than $15-20; I'm sure poking around on Amazon a bit longer will find a decent one for cheap.

EDIT: About the Converter you just posted about: check the customer reviews; there seems to be a few people who have had problems with it. (i.e. look some more).

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SarcasticWisdom

Birdman wrote:

Yes, a SanDisk 16 GB SDHC will work with a 3DS; I'm using a 32 GB SanDisk in my 3DS atm. As for the converter, I don't have one (as my Mac reads SD Cards), but I can't imagine them costing more than $15-20; I'm sure poking around on Amazon a bit longer will find a decent one for cheap.

Would this work? http://www.amazon.com/eForCity-Memory-Reader-Adapter-Smoke/dp...

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TheLZdragon

SanDisk SD cards are really good. I use that brand in all my systems and they have worked so far. As for the converter, I can't help you there unfortunately.

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shinesprite

The card size/speed/reliability is the bigger issue here. I am currently using a SanDisk 32GB 45MB/second Class 10 card and have had absolutely no problems.
As for the adapter, as long as it supports SDHC, you should be fine. Most of the time (I suspect) you won't use it, but it can prove to be handy in a pinch (eg. migrating to your new card).
Happy hunting!

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