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John, December 31, 1969 I got this card for my Garmin 2610 because I was told it would 'work'. By 'working' I mean, I was told I could load all of City Navigator 7, all of US TOPO, and still have room to spare. If only considering the memory storage required for these products this would be a true statement. However Garmin has informed me that their MapSource software will only 'address' 2 Gigs. There also apears to be a limit to the number of maps MapSource can handle (when building the map set for storage onto the card) - This limit is 2,000 maps!
So there is NO way that the 4 Gig card will honestly 'work' with the Garmin products! Yes, it will work in the 2610 GPS but only if you've stored 2Gigs or less on it and if that's the case - the consumer would be better off getting multiple 2 gig cards rather than listening to vendors and wasting money/time on the 4 gig card.
The card itself works great - Just not fully compatible or usable with Garmin products.