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Pros: Card is tiny-won't take up much space in your case.
Cons: The Realtek driver for the chipset is not compatible with recent Linux kernels.
The antenna connectors on the back of the card are too close together. The two antennas are quite large and cannot be freely adjusted because they physically interfere with one other. The large antennas also get tangled with cables.
Other Thoughts: This card looks promising, but it won't work with the latest versions of Ubuntu (and other versions of Linux using recent kernels). The card uses the Realtek RTL8192CE chipset. The drivers for this chipset were provided by Realtek in 2012 and have not been updated to work with Linux kernels version 3.10 and higher (see kernel bug 60713). I'm keeping the card in the hope that the drivers get updated.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend 2GB MicroSD Flash Card Model TS2GUSD
Pros: Not much to say, except that I plugged it into a Nokia 6085 cell phone, uploaded some mp3s, and it "Just Worked."
Cons: It's small--be careful with it!
Other Thoughts: I haven't owned this particular model (2Gb) for very long, but I have used a Transcend 512Mb microSD flash card in my digital camera for three years, and it hasn't let me down yet.READ FULL REVIEW