Background and Identification
The SanDisk MicroSD Card 2GB is a memory card with an SD (Security Digital) flash memory format specifically designed for ultra-small mobile phones. It was released by SanDisk in October 2001 and can be identified by the model number SDSDQ-2048-E11M. The MicroSD card is about one-quarter of the size of a traditional SD card. An SD card is a proprietary non-volatile memory card format developed by the SD Association for use in portable devices.
The SanDisk MicroSD Card 2GB is designed for storing media-rich files such as music, videos, and photographs in compatible mobile phones. To use the microSD card, insert it into the microSD slot in your device, which is generally located on the side. You should hear a click to indicate that the microSD card is secured in place. When you power on your device, the microSD card will be able to record any information like photos or videos.
The SanDisk MicroSD Card 2GB includes the name ‘SanDisk’ next to the SanDisk logo, which includes two rectangles with one overlapping the other; the top rectangle includes four triangles propagating from the rectangle’s lower left-hand corner. The MicroSD card also includes the words ‘2.0GB’ and ‘MicroSD’ in lowercase letters. The card includes a triangle in the right-center that indicates the direction in which it should be inserted.
Product Dimensions: 0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches
Item Weight: 0.16 ounces
Item model number: SDSDQ-2048-E11M
Date First Available: October 2, 2001