- Oct 3, 2008
Not half-ish speed either. More like 95/128 ~ 74%.http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/microsd-cards-2014/-1-Sequential-Read-MB-s,3480.htmlHrm... a 16GB uSD card... my quick search turned up cards for $50, but for only $18, that's the same range as the eMMC.
It's still half(ish) the speed, but without the huge cost difference that may be an acceptable compromise to be able to upgrade it later. Gonna need to think a bit.
No idea, I don't remember seeing what you're talking about. Got a link?So what was gta04 talking about?
If I'm recalling the right post - he was talking about the z3770 and how he initially thought it only had an eMMC and one SD. It actually has an eMMC, an SD and an SDIO. Semi-irrelevant for this conversation though.I think I remember the post you are referring to, but IIRC I think he was actually referring to one of the other SOC's being proposed and comparing it to to OMAP.So what was gta04 talking about? I'm sure he was talking about troubles handling 2 SD and the NAND directly with the OMAP...The eMMC port IS an SD port. There's no loss going from one to the other, it'd be the same port internally regardless.
And the OMAP5 has 4 SD ports: one eMMC, 2 SD, and one WLSDIO port.