|16 May 2010||#2|
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The simple answer is Yes it does, as the interface used is the USB bus coupled with, of course, a suitable card reader. It is this card reader that needs to be SDHC compliant, and it is the limitations of that reader which determines which cards can and cannot be read from and/or written to.
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