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$49.99 list($69.99)
181. SanDisk FlashPath Floppy Disk
$39.99 $12.00 list($49.99)
182. SanDisk 64 MB Secure Digital Card
$97.95 list($199.99)
183. SanDisk 512 MB CompactFlash Card
$16.95 list($29.99)
184. SanDisk 32 MB Memory Stick
$6.99 $2.17 list($4.99)
185. SanDisk SDAC-11-103 Round Case
$6.99 $2.17 list($4.99)
186. SanDisk SDAC-10-103 Round Case
$15.95 list($29.99)
187. SanDisk 32 MB MultiMedia Card
$189.95
188. SanDisk 1 GB Extreme III Memory
$19.95 list($49.99)
189. SanDisk 64 MB MultiMedia Card
$115.00
190. Sandisk Memory Secure Ultra Ii
$10.50
191. Sandisk Shoot & Store
$94.98
192. Sandisk 512MB Memory Stick Pro
$99.95 list($329.99)
193. SanDisk 512 MB Ultra CompactFlash
list($40.00)
194. SanDisk 16 MB Secure Digital Card
$39.00 list($54.00)
195. New Sandisk 256MB Compact Flash
$409.95
196. SanDisk 2 GB Extreme III Memory
list($35.00)
197. SanDisk 16 MB CompactFlash Card
$22.45 list($39.99)
198. SanDisk 64 MB Memory Stick
$59.00 list($89.00)
199. 512MB Compact Flash Card Retail
$26.99 list($99.99)
200. SanDisk 256 MB Ultra CompactFlash

181. SanDisk FlashPath Floppy Disk Reader (SDDR-21-01)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000488VL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 22040
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

FlashPath is an electronic device shaped like a 3.5-inch floppy diskette; it fits into and works from a 3.5-inch 1.44 MB floppy disk drive. FlashPath has a slot in the side that accepts flash memory SmartMedia. To read data, images, audio files, and the like from your digital appliance, simply remove the SmartMedia card from the appliance and insert it into FlashPath. Then insert FlashPath into your PC's floppy disk drive and upload the contents to the PC.

SanDisk's FlashPath adapter is ready to use immediately with your 3.5-inch floppy drive. There is no need for cumbersome power supplies or cables. It is easy to use and interchangeable among desktops and laptops. You can use FlashPath on both your home and office PCs, for example, even if those machines have different operating systems and configurations. FlashPath drivers are available for DOS/Windows 3.1 and Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0. ... Read more

Features

  • Easily transfer data from the SmartMedia card to your PC
  • Read data, images, and audio files from your digital appliance
  • Works from your floppy disk drive
  • No cumbersome power supplies or cables
  • Drivers available for DOS/Windows 3.1 and Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be any easier.
I have not used a USB reader, so I cannot comment on speed from that standpoint. This was a very good solution for my family, our computer has some sort of peripheral coming out of every port and I love the idea of no cables to work with. While its true that the flashpath does not come with much information, I think its because it doesn't really need it. It took me less than 10 minutes to open the package, load the driver and retrieve photos from my smartmedia. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it seems expensive, especially when compared to a USB reader.

2-0 out of 5 stars has some good features, but not good enough
...First, I would say, it is an good design, a must for computers not having USB ports and it is convenient to use compared to USB reader(unfortunetly, the USB ports is usually located on the back of the computer). then the bad part: 1. No instructions on installing, no documents, papers and wrong information on Web support. Although installation went smoothly, but it is not the way doing business. Buyer needs to be pretty experienced with computer files. 2. Although the physical size of the product is compatible to a standard 1.44" FD, it does not mean you can use this adapter to any computer you like. First, you need to install the driver and it may not work with your system, (i.e Laptop FDD, Imoge FDD, USB FDD, etc) and this is not mentioned on technical description. One the motivations of buying this adaptor was to use it as a ZIP driver, so I can tranfer big files to different computers, but obviously, not every computer will install the driver for this. 3. Speed. Although it is much faster than serial port,but it is still very slow. I carefully measured the speed, it is about 3K bytes / second, that is about 1.8M bytes per minute. Just image that how long it will take to transfer 64M data, which is the memory size used in my digital camera. By the way, a USB adaptor can get a trasfer rate of 1.5M bytes per second.

Conclusion: Buy it if you have no choice (no USB port)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice little device
This is a great little device. I got it to go with my Olympus D-490 digicam and it works great with the smartcards. At first I thought I made a bad purchase becuase the manual said it only worked with cards up to 32M. This was true until I downloaded the software from their website. It works perfectly now with the 32 and the 64 MB smart media. I didn't give it five stars because the file transfer is slower than I thought it would be. It takes about 15 to 20 seconds to copy 1MB. Still, this is much faster than the serial cable, and much more convenient. No cables lying around, and you can turn the camera off and not drain the batteries while you transfer the pictures to the computer. It's also handy for moving large files from one computer to another when you don't have a network connection. I would recommend this for people who have a smart media device with no USB connection.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very handy piece of equipment
I bought my FlashPath adapter soon after my first digital camera. I was getting tired of running another set of batteries to an early death to download the pictures, and this solution was much more portable than a roll of cables. However, working for a university, I've had to make presentations at various locations with various levels of technology to work with, and the ability to use a 16M SmartMedia card with my FlashPath adapter has saved a presentation more than once. Most presentations require a Zip disk rather than a floppy, but I can have the best of both worlds. ... Read more


182. SanDisk 64 MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005ICE0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 8697
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 64 MB Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card includes a high-performance, nine-pin SD interface that enables data transfer rates of up to 10 megabytes per second. Its proprietary interface commands facilitate the secure exchange of content between host devices, like PCs and music servers, and the card itself. The security level provided in the SD Memory Card has been designed to comply with current and projected SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) portable device requirements. ... Read more

Features

  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • High storage capacity
  • Low battery consumption to maximize battery life in small portable devices
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000 Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (20)

3-0 out of 5 stars "OK" PRODUCT-SLOW CUSTOMER SERVICE
I sent the 64 MB card to SD for a replacement due to a non operable card after a download using the SD 33-1 card reader.The wait on line for a warranty RA # was so long that I sent the defective card to the only address listed on the packaging. After three weeks I finally called and waited for ten minutes; the pleasent tech. rep. indicated that tracking the warranty request would be attempted, but difficult. I'll have to wait a little longer to see how this is resolved. Meanwhile I have purchased several other SD cards that seem to function fine. I guess the lesson learned; be carefull with the data loading via the Securemate card reader-take it easy- follow instruction carefully. Apparantly you can easily erase what must be internal drivers that affect the SD Card operation.
I would charaterize the overall experience as a communicaton problem more than a quality issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars San Disk Smart Media***
I love San Disk Products! Their smart media cards are the best. They are very reliable and I have never received a faulty card. You can use them over and over... I like the 64MB size, it's perfect to take on trips and holds a nice amount of pictures. The price has really dropped in the last six months. I just purchased my fourth card. If your looking for smart media, stick with the brands you know and trust.

5-0 out of 5 stars Durability for sure
I dropped my PDA and the MMC card popped out. Realized it was gone hours later, went back, found it. It had been run over by a truck or forklift, judging from the scratches. Popped it back in, it worked fine. I'd call that durable, wouldn't you?

5-0 out of 5 stars SD Card and Palm OS 4
First off, this card is great. Its small, sturdy, and delivers the space it said it would.

Second, the price is excellent.

Third, the nature of these cards is *much* slower than your handheld.

My motivations were to expand my Palm 505 and be able to hold plenty of documents and web data on my Palm. The problem I had was the Palm didn't want to use all that space. The Palm OS VFS works rather like a fair hack. I had to find software (MSMount and a new browser LauncherX -- the latter is a shareware product) to actually mount the apps and data on the remote drive as well as Filez which allows you to perform file system operations on the card.

After all this, my 505 works great with all the extra space.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT COMPATABLE with Toshiba e310!
I just got off the line with Toshiba. Their Pocket PC's are NOT compatable with Sandisk SD cards. They work for a while, then die. I bought three at once and two are toast now. Toshiba knows about this and has yet to post a warning or contact owners of their otherwise excellent Pocket PC's. BEWARE! ... Read more


183. SanDisk 512 MB CompactFlash Card Ultra
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00006B9QJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 13367
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Highest transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • Non-volatile solid-state; no moving parts maximizes battery power
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
  • Unfazed by drastic weather conditions ranging from blistering heat to arctic cold
  • Compatible with all devices that feature a CompactFlash slot

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Not the fastest, but definitely the most reliable...
I bought this card about 6 months ago, and so far I've been overjoyed with its reliability and performance... I've taken it on vacation overseas, and it's taken a good pounding as well as having been exposed to excessive heat (Arizona summer), and excessive moisture (Scandinavian summer).

I have a couple of other regular Sandisk cards, which I'm also very pleased with, although they're very slow. This card was a very pleasant improvement over the regular SanDisk cards with regards to speed. There's even a kinda chic look to it in my mind. The card is reasonably fast, although not impressively fast. It should do well for most users though.

I've so far taken several thousand pictures with it, with my Canon Powershot S200 and my Canon PowerShot G5 camera. Not even once have I had an image corruption or any other type of problem. It always comes through for me. I also have several friends that have used this card, there among one professional photographer. None of them have ever had any problems either, and they all swear by Sandisk cards for one simple reason - they are the most reliable CF cards around.

Pros:
* Durable and EXTREMELY reliable
* Good capacity

Cons:
* Not all that fast - I'd say middle of the road. It seems to be about 2-3 times faster than a regular Sandisk card though.

I mean - what good is it if you've got the fastest card in the world, but you keep losing pictures? That won't happen with this card.

Based on that, I would highly recommend this product (and any other Sandisk CF card for that matter).

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Performance, Fantastic Price
I recently purchased this card to complement a new Canon Digital Rebel dSLR camera. I have never had the opportunity to use CF cards in the past, so this review may not relate to seasoned users. Still, my impression is that this card is quite fast and is a bargain this speed/capacity.

The new Ultra IIs have just been released and might be worth the upgrade, but my camera buffers just fine and I can shoot in single-shot mode with *very* little lag between shots. I've purchased SanDisk's CF I/II card reader to complement and this is an amatuer photographer's dream setup. By the way, my camera says it can take 157 shots with this card at the Fine JPEG/largest size. Highly recommended!

3-0 out of 5 stars slow, slow, slow
These are the slowest cards I have. On my Dimage 7Hi, to write 8 rapid shots to file, it takes:

On my Lexar 32x card: 27 seconds

On my Viking 256 card: 34 seconds

On my Sandisk 512 card: 45 seconds

Thats quite a difference if you want to take rapid photos. On a single shot basis, my camera has a big enough buffer that I do not notice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Must have it
Speed does not come without a price, these cards are more expensive than the regular speed CF cards. The good news is that all flash memory has dropped considerably in price in the last couple of months and should go even lower in the future.
All CF card brands are good, SAnDisk works smooter. With Lexar I had few crashes

5-0 out of 5 stars Big enough and fast enough
I take a LOT of pictures on vacations, leave my 4 Megapixel Pentax Optio 430 camera set at peak JPEG resolution, and won't swap cards or download during even a two week vacation. Thus, a 512MB card was the minimum for me (392 1.3MB pictures.)

In addition, I wanted the fastest card available, to minimize time lost waiting for memory transfers when taking several pictures at once.

That narrowed the field to the SanDisk Ultra and a Lexar. I decided the Ultra was at least as fast, but cheaper and more readily available than the Lexar.

The results have been all I hoped -- beautiful high-res photos and lots of them. Highly recommended. ... Read more


184. SanDisk 32 MB Memory Stick
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000630TI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 20984
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Amazon.com Product Description

Smaller than a stick of chewing gum, SanDisk's 32 MB Memory Stick card offers the compact storage space you need for convenient file transfer between your PC and your digital camera, digital music player, digital voice recorder, or other media device. (Also handy is SanDisk's ImageMate SDDR-77 CompactFlash and Memory Stick USB card reader.) ... Read more

Features

  • Rugged and sturdy removable media with 32 MB capacity
  • High storage capacity, high transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • Non-volatile, solid-state storage--no moving parts to drain battery power, and data is not lost when power is turned off
  • Unfazed by drastic weather conditions
  • Compatible with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a Memory Stick slot

185. SanDisk SDAC-11-103 Round Case for Flash Memory Cards (Red)
list price: $4.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0006ZSUG0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 21835
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Product Description

Today's electronic devices benefit from the highest quality memory cards and memory card devices. From digital cameras and digital music players to voice recorders, handheld PCs, camcorders and smart phones, SanDisk has a complete line of memory cards, connectivity solutions and accessories to help you get the most out of today's technology. SanDisk is the worldwide leader in flash data storage. ... Read more

Features

  • Round, red memory case
  • Holds 4 CompactFlash cards
  • Holds 8 Secure Digital/MMC Cards
  • Soft case, fits easily in your pocket
  • Clip it to your camera bag or wear it around your neck

186. SanDisk SDAC-10-103 Round Case for Flash Memory Cards (Blue)
list price: $4.99
our price: $6.99
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Asin: B0006ZSTSY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 86997
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Product Description

Today's electronic devices benefit from the highest quality memory cards and memory card devices. From digital cameras and digital music players to voice recorders, handheld PCs, camcorders and smart phones, SanDisk has a complete line of memory cards, connectivity solutions and accessories to help you get the most out of today's technology. SanDisk is the worldwide leader in flash data storage. ... Read more

Features

  • Round, blue memory case
  • Holds 4 CompactFlash cards
  • Holds 8 Secure Digital/MMC Cards
  • Soft case, fits easily in your pocket
  • Clip it to your camera bag or wear it around your neck

187. SanDisk 32 MB MultiMedia Card
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008GQAO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 31677
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Features

  • CompactFlash memory card
  • 128 MB storage capacity
  • For use with digital devices requiring high memory capacity
  • Ultrasmall removable data storage system
  • Built-in industry-standard compatibility

188. SanDisk 1 GB Extreme III Memory Stick Pro Memory Card.

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Asin: B0009AHO8M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 35798
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Product Description

Extreme III is the exceptional, unbeatable best-in-class solution for high profile professional photographers. As the elite flash memory cards available on the market, Extreme III has extremely fast read/write speeds. This line provides the durability and high-speed quality demanded for serious photography.SanDisk's award-winning technology solidifies the strength of the Extreme III family of high-performance flash cards ... Read more

Features

  • A minimum of 18MB/sec sequential write and read speed, which allows for faster capturing of large image files to the card, faster viewing of images and faster data transfer rates.
  • Features ESP Technology (Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology), which provides best-in-class performance
  • SanDisk Extreme III Memory Stick PRO cards are tested in extreme temperature ranges from -13 to +185 degrees Fahrenheit so that they can be used to shoot photos in any weather condition
  • Shock and vibration tested with industrial-grade RTV included, which is designedfor rugged use
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty, if there's ever a problem, we'll replace it!

189. SanDisk 64 MB MultiMedia Card (SDMB-64-470)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005A3HJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 5350
Average Customer Review: 2.32 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk MultiMediaCard is the ideal storage medium for portable, battery-powered devices. It extends system battery life because it is nonvolatile, requiring no power to maintain the stored data. ... Read more

Features

  • Holds 64 MB of data
  • Designed for portable Internet music players, smart phones, and digital camcorders
  • Guaranteed compatible with all MultiMediaCard (MMC) devices
  • Very small: measures 32 x 24 x 1.4 millimeters
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (22)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Card
Ok, this thing is great. It works wonderfully with my Nike mp3 player. For those that complain about the price and the capacity, just look at the size of the thing. The only other media even close to it is Sony's memory gate chips, and those cost a heck of a lot more per mb then these do. And you who complain about the capacity maximum of only 64mb should note that Smart media is tops at 128, only compact flash is currently above that. Also, give the technology some time, traditional ram prices haven't always been so low, for those of you that can't remember back that far, just trust me (even though I am only 19 :) Also, if you have so many problems with it, then don't use it, there are three other memory technologies currently being used, and more coming. So if you want the price to rapidly fall and for disks to get monstrously huge, then start buying more of it. The R&D money for research is what your paying for don't forget.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bought it and forgot it!
Last July we purchased a Kodak DX3700 digital camera. I ordered the SanDisk 64 MB multimedia card, put it in the camera, and basically never thought about it again, because it works flawlessly. I have over 500 digital photos on my computer which I have taken since I bought the camera and this multimedia card and have never had any problems.

1-0 out of 5 stars BAD PRODUCT
I bought a SanDisk card thinking that the quality brand name would guarantee quality product. Instead after only 7 months of use within my MP3 Player from DIGISETTE, the memory is corrupted!! It's not recognized by the MP3 player nor a PC USB MMC reader.
You expect it to work for a long time when you buy from a brand leader, not only 7 months.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sandisk defined the specification, hello
Sandisk and Seimens Electronics co-developed
MMC technology. So if this card does not work
in your *box*, give the maker of your toy a bad
review. Sandisk is the gold standard for
MMC technology. If this card does not work
in your application nothing else "should" work.

5-0 out of 5 stars MMC multimedia card
It came with my IPAQ Personal Audio Player. Notice that the player costed me $45.00, so the cards are more expesive than the player. $50.00 for 64Mb is the best price I'v seen from a well known supplier. I am copying 31 songs, 2hrs aprox. in one of this cards. I'll recomend it. ... Read more


190. Sandisk Memory Secure Ultra Ii Card 1gb

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Asin: B0009E5W50
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sandisk
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Product Description

Secure Digital cards are fast, reliable and compatible with Digital Cameras, while Ultra Secure Digital cards 60x Higher Density and speed are made to be more effective with your Professional and Advanced Photography Equipment. SanDisk Ultra II Secure Digital cards minimum sustained write speed of 9 megabytes (MB) per second plus their read speed of 10 MB per second makes these cards ideal for photo journalism, nature, sports, fashion photos and your most demanding shoots. ... Read more

Features

  • 1GB
  • Sand disk
  • Ultra Ti

191. Sandisk Shoot & Store

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Asin: B00091QZM2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SANDISK
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192. Sandisk 512MB Memory Stick Pro Duo Card

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Asin: B0009PAV1E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sandisk
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Product Description

Includes Sandisk 512MB Memory Stick Pro Duo Memory Stick Pro Duo Adapter. ... Read more


193. SanDisk 512 MB Ultra CompactFlash
list price: $329.99
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Asin: B0000630TN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 40362
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's Ultra CompactFlash is a line of high-speed storage cards designed for use with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a CompactFlash slot. This card is perfect for photographers who require high-performance cards to quickly shoot many high-resolution images. In advanced cameras, these cards have been developed to save large image files as quickly as possible so the camera will be ready to take the next picture. It's ideal for photos of moving cars or trains, sporting events, or any other event that requires fast snapshot and recovery time.

SanDisk Ultra CompactFlash cards are fully compatible and interchangeable with all CompactFlash digital cameras. They also work with all SanDisk ImageMates and PC Card Adapters. ... Read more

Features

  • 512 MB storage capacity
  • Highest transfer rate for fast copy/download; up to 2.8 MB per second
  • Compatible with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, and digital audio players
  • No moving parts maximizes battery power
  • Unfazed by drastic weather conditions ranging from blistering heat to arctic cold

194. SanDisk 16 MB Secure Digital Card (SDSDB-16R)
list price: $40.00
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Asin: B00005ICDZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 17421
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 16 MB Secure Digital (SD) memory card includes a high-performance, 9-pin SD interface that enables data transfer rates of up to 10 MBps. Its proprietary interface commands facilitate the secure exchange of content between host devices, such as PCs and music servers, and the card itself. The security level provided in the SanDisk 16 MB SD memory card has been designed to comply with current and projected SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) portable device requirements. ... Read more

Features

  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • High storage capacity
  • Low battery consumption to maximize battery life in small portable devices
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000 Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
  • 5-year warranty

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great way to expand your PDA
I never in a million years thought I would need more than the standard 8MB's of memory my Palm m125 came with...but I was given a rather large wake up call rather quickly. 8MB's IS a lot of memory for a handheld device, b-u-u-u-t depending on how often you rely on your PDA, and for what purpose, well that room can fill up mighty fast.

I did some looking around before I made my decision, and I am QUITE happy I did. There are currently several different multi-media cards (mmc) available on the market, but with help from amazon.com and reviewers who found a better deal, I was spared from spending a whole lot more than I needed to. For instance, you COULD purchase the 16MB card manufactured with the PALM name on it, but you COULD get a 32MB SanDisk card right here on amazon for CHEAPER than the PALM's skimpy 16MB expansion card.
The REAL kicker is that the Palm card's are made BY SanDisk...so you are getting the SAME product, just with a different brand name on front, along with a significant jump in price, too. I bought a 32 and a 16MB card, so I have MORE than enough room for a great deal of stuff.

Now, the downside to buying an expansion card: If you have downloaded ANY copyrighted program to your Palm, you will NOT be able to copy the program to your expansion card in order to free up extra room on your Palm. I bought my cards with the express purpose of doing just that, only to be surprised that NOPE, you just plain CAN'T. I have had to come up with alternate ways of using my cards than the initial reason I bought them for. I have copied EVERYTHING that I CAN over to my cards, especially the stuff that I don't use on a frequent basis. I have managed to free up about 3MB's of room on my Palm, and I have yet to use up more than 4MB's of room on my cards. It's gonna be a while before I'll be able to fill up all that extra space.

One more thing to think about before you dive in and make the purchase: It takes about roughly 1.5 seconds of additional time to access programs you have on the expansion card...so if you are someone with little or no patience, you may want to think about a different option, or maybe a Pocket PC which comes standard with much more memory than the average Palm OS device.
It may not be a lot, but for some people I guarantee it CAN make the difference between making the buy or not. For me it isn't anything more than a microscopic annoyance -- at best. Aside from these concerns, I have been nothing but totally pleased with my purchase. Oh, one more tiny item that I think can and should be addressed with the manufacturers of these expansion cards: Include a User's Manual on how to best use and get the most out of your card. My card came in the plastic container with absolutely NOTHING to tell me how to best use it, or even how to install it. Everything I have learned has come through trial and error over the course of several weeks of constant use. I'm not looking for a dictionary, just a few pages of instructions, shortcuts and ideas can go a long way. Okay, that's it from me. Make your choice and choose wisely...keep in mind that amazon has plenty to pick from...do your research first, and good luck.

5-0 out of 5 stars It came free with an 130
You cant complain if it comes free. 16 megs is kind of small for all my digital images though ... Read more


195. New Sandisk 256MB Compact Flash Memory Card
list price: $54.00
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Asin: B0002Y2EZI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minipc4sale, Bozeman Inc.
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Product Description

Sandisk original compact Flash Card, new with warranty. Weighs a half ounce and is the size of a matchbook, is an ultra-small, removable data storage system. Introduced in October, 1994, CF provides complete PC Card-ATA functionality and compatibility. CF has built-in, industry-standard compatibility because the 50-pin CF card can be easily slipped into a passive 68 pin Type II adapter card that fully meets PC Card electrical and mechanical interface specifications. ... Read more

Features

  • Original Sandisk new compact flash memory card
  • High transfer rate, High storage capacity
  • Non-volatile solid-state; no moving parts maximizes battery power.
  • Data is not lost when power is turned off
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to

196. SanDisk 2 GB Extreme III Memory Stick Pro Memory Card.

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Asin: B0009P5JYI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
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Product Description

Extreme III is the exceptional, unbeatable best-in-class solution for high profile professional photographers. As the elite flash memory cards available on the market, Extreme III has extremely fast read/write speeds. This line provides the durability and high-speed quality demanded for serious photography.SanDisk's award-winning technology solidifies the strength of the Extreme III family of high-performance flash cards ... Read more

Features

  • A minimum of 18MB/sec sequential write and read speed, which allows for faster capturing of large image files to the card, faster viewing of images and faster data transfer rates.
  • Features ESP Technology (Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology), which provides best-in-class performance
  • SanDisk Extreme III Memory Stick PRO cards are tested in extreme temperature ranges from -13 to +185 degrees Fahrenheit so that they can be used to shoot photos in any weather condition
  • Shock and vibration tested with industrial-grade RTV included, which is designedfor rugged use
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty, if there's ever a problem, we'll replace it!

197. SanDisk 16 MB CompactFlash Card (SDSFB-16-455)
list price: $35.00
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Asin: B00001RMCX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 18667
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

CompactFlash, which weighs a half ounce and is the size of a matchbook, is an ultrasmall, removable data storage system that is ideal for use with digital cameras and hand-held PCs. ... Read more

Features

  • 16 MB memory
  • Removable data storage system
  • Ultracompact
  • High image quality
  • For use in digital cameras, PDAs, HPCs, personal communicators, and audio recorders

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
This flashcard came with my new digital camera. It worked OK twice and then my printer with a flash card reader built in and my computer failed to recognize the card or that it had images on it. Don't buy this junk. I purchased a 128MB card form Viking and have not had any problems at all. A flashcard made by Viking is also much cheaper.

4-0 out of 5 stars High quality for decent price.
I've had nothing but good luck with SanDisk cards. I've just started into the digital photography realm, but my experience has been very positive so far. Most complaints seem to regard formatting issues, but in many cases this can be easily handled by checking compatibility and the formatting options for the individual camera.

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay price but there are other options
This card works fine (it is just a flash card), but there are other options out there that are less expensive. Make sure you are well informed before purchasing (I wish I would have been).

Also, make sure that you are purchasing the right memory for your camera or MP3 player. I made the mistake of ordering the wrong type of card for my brother-in-law's birthday. He received a new digital camera but an incompatible card.

Solution? Use the new Amazon Memory Finder or double and triple check the memory specifications. BTW the Memory Finder uses Viking Components products. They seem to have a good reputation and actually a little lower prices than Sandisk, too.

3-0 out of 5 stars SanDisk CF 16MB
Perfect for digital cameras and handhelds. It stores images orderly but it cannot store mp3's. Overall I think it is good for storing messages and images on handhelds, but can't be used for much more. It's just your standard memory card at a pretty good price.

5-0 out of 5 stars DC280 Surprise
Fantastic! First pictures I loaded onto my computer were magnificent. Crisp clear and great resolution. I Already have put one on my web page. ... Read more


198. SanDisk 64 MB Memory Stick
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000630TJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 17080
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Smaller than a stick of chewing gum, SanDisk's 64 MB Memory Stick card offers the compact storage space you need for convenient file transfer between your PC and your digital camera, digital music player, digital voice recorder, or other media device. (Also handy is SanDisk's ImageMate SDDR-77 CompactFlash and Memory Stick USB card reader.) ... Read more

Features

  • Rugged and sturdy removable media with 64 MB capacity
  • High storage capacity, high transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • Non-volatile, solid-state storage--no moving parts to drain battery power, and data is not lost when power is turned off
  • Unfazed by drastic weather conditions
  • Compatible with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a Memory Stick slot

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheap, works.
Need memory, want it cheap? Why buy Sony and pay more? Save some money and get this one, works just like any other. ... Read more


199. 512MB Compact Flash Card Retail Pack
list price: $89.00
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Asin: B0002Y2F02
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minipc4sale, Bozeman Inc.
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Product Description

Product Details: Type: Original sandisk Compact Flash card, new with warranty. Capacity: 512MB Interface: IDE/ATA and USB, auto-sensing Special Features: High Performance,Low Power Comsumption,Good Compatibility. Packaging: Retail Kit ... Read more

Features

  • Original Sandisk new Compact Flash card retail package
  • Capacity: 512MB
  • Interface: IDE/ATA and USB, auto-sensing, play & play
  • Special Features: High Performance,Low Power Comsumption,Good Compatibility.
  • Packaging: Original Retail package with warranty

200. SanDisk 256 MB Ultra CompactFlash Card
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00007B8R9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 10351
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 256MB storage capacity
  • Fully compatible with an interchangeable in all CompactFlash digital cameras
  • Also compatible with all SanDisk ImageMates and PC Card Adapters (see accessories sidebar)
  • Highest transfer rate for Copy / Download; up to 2.8 MB/second , or more than twice the sustained write speed of SanDisk's standard products
  • Non-volatile, no-moving-parts solid-state technology maximizes battery power; data is not lost when power is turned off

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Mixed bag
The card isn't compatible with my Sandisk card reader, but other than that I'm impressed with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great card for those with D-SLR
I bought a base model Lexar 256MB CF for my Canon Digital Rebel (D-SLR 6.3MP) and I was disappointed in shot-to-shot time and I don't even want to comment on how slow the picture transfer to PC was.

Today I was fed up and traded in for the Sandisk Ultra 256MB and while the shot-to-shot time is up slightly I can't believe how fast the 3MB JPEGs stream to my PC. I'd have to say its at least 3X faster on photo transfers.

I think the latest crop of digital cameras can really benefit from faster storage media and if you've invested a good bit in your digital outfit then you should definitely consider premium memory.

I would have given 5 stars if the price was a little bit lower.

5-0 out of 5 stars It writes faster
.... The Ultra writes images to the camera faster than the regular version. That's how it is correctly marketed. It does not allow your camera to take images faster or shoot moving images faster - those skills are up to you and your camera. For pros, this card does make a difference because it cuts down on the writing time. For point and shoot photographers, I'd recommend buying the slower, less-expensive version.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not any better than a regular Sandisk 256MB card
I have a nikon coolpix 4300, and I own both the regular and the Ultra versions of Sandisk's 256MB compact flash. I can tell no difference whatsoever in the speeds. I've even tried timing them. The adds about the Ultra being faster and better for someone shooting a moving object convinced me to buy it, but i really don't think it was worth the extra money. Save your money or purchase a brand with speeds proven to be significantly better than a regular sandisk compact flash card.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good product but be careful
It seems like Sandisk is using some clever pricing mechanisms. Their ultra CF, which is more expensive, is right on par or below the CFs available from e.g. Viking, Simpletech. etc. While Sandisk standard CF is way below par.

Bottomline, Ultra from Sandisk is equal in performance to regular CFs from other vendors. Clever marketing !! ... Read more


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