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The R4 Card was the first version of the R4 to be released and was designed for the DS range of consoles from Nintendo. With support for a Micro SD memory card you can store up to 2GB of data on a single memory card for use with your DS console. However for many this was not enough so the R4-SDHC card was released which offered support for newer, higher capacity Micro SDHC memory cards, meaning you could store up to 32GB of data on a single memory card chip. This allows you to take your entire media collection with you on the go, and removes the need to carry around several devices, or even purchase them in the first place.
The R4 SDHC is a more advanced version of the R4 DS card and we recommend you choose it as it support the latest updates from the R4i-SDHC.com team and ensure your card will continue working with the latest updates.
The R4i Card comes in two versions, the R4i SDHC for the DSi and DSi XL consoles, and the R4i SDHC 3DS for the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL consoles.
The R4i-SDHC or R4i Card, works with the latest firmware for the DSi/ DSi XL consoles. It was released by the R4i-SDHC.com to work with the DSi console once it was released and was later updated to the support the upgraded DSi XL console. Using the R4i card you can add either a Micro SD or SDHC memory card to your console, allowing you take your entire media collection with you on the go, no matter where you go. Using the r4i allows you to playback a wide range of previously unsupported media files, such as movies, music, photos, videos and even eBooks. This gives you endless possibilities, and all without the need for buying a more expensive media device.
With the release of the 3DS console by Nintendo, a new card was needed, the R4i-SDHC.com team decided on the R4i SDHC 3DS or R4-3DS
card. Using this card, 3DS console owners could add media files to their consoles, just as they had been able to with the R4 and R4i
cards. Thanks to constant work from the development team at R4i-SDHC.com, the R4 r4 3ds
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