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$73.05 $68.99 list($299.99)
141. SanDisk SDCFB-1024-A10 1GB CF
$36.57 $28.98 list($139.99)
142. SanDisk SDSDB-256-A1O 256 MB Secure
$129.99
143. SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash
$49.99 $47.46 list($0.00)
144. SanDisk Mini SD 512 MB Flash Memory
$30.79 $24.00 list($79.99)
145. SanDisk SDCFB-256-A10 256 MB CompactFlash
$457.99
146. SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash
$327.99 $289.50 list()
147. Sandisk 4GB COMPACTFLASH CARD
$31.34 $17.00 list($74.99)
148. SanDisk SDSDB-128-A10 Secure Digital
$35.99 list($59.99)
149. SanDisk 128 MB Memory Stick
list($9.99)
150. SanDisk Memory Stick PRO
$119.99
151. SanDisk 1GB Extreme III Secure
$38.49 $35.95 list()
152. SanDisk 256 MB Mini SD Memory
$23.09 $14.77 list($59.99)
153. SanDisk SDCFB-128-A10 CompactFlash
$39.99 list($106.00)
154. Sandisk 512MB original USB 2.0
$515.99 $452.38 list($549.99)
155. Sandisk 4096MB MEMORY STICK PRO4GB
$178.99 $175.45 list()
156. SanDisk DMSPX-1024-786 1 GB Extreme
$169.95
157. SanDisk 1 GB Extreme Memory Stick
$23.09 list()
158. SanDisk 128 MB Mini SD Card
$39.99 $16.44 list($59.99)
159. SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash Card
$30.89 list($89.99)
160. SanDisk 256 MB CompactFlash Card

141. SanDisk SDCFB-1024-A10 1GB CF Type 1 Card
list price: $299.99
our price: $73.05
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Asin: B00006AE3K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 103
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • High storage capacity
  • Compatible with all digital cameras, handheld PCs, digital audio players, and other devices that feature a CompactFlash slot
  • Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Yep..It's slow
I planned on using this in my PDA for music. Its slowness led to skipping and the more files I added the slower it got until it was unusable. I guess that's why they don't tell you the transfer rate.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad batch
I have used CompactFlash cards before, having great success with usage and loading to computer. BUT, I recently purchased the 1GB SanDisk card from Amazon, and am disappointed to report that it was defective. I lost over 150 photographs. It would not load my photos onto my computer, and in the camera's LCD there were digital streaks/bands across the images.

I exchanged this item for a new one, which had EXACTLY the same troubles. I am not sure if this was a bad batch, or if 1GB disks are not sophisticated enough yet. Again, I have used other type I/II cards without any problems whatsoever.

4-0 out of 5 stars It shouldn't matter
It's kinda pointless to review a CompactFlash card - They work or they don't work - They're all poured into the same envelope -Of course THE prime expectation is that they will work in your equipment - I suppose you could count the transfers in milliseconds, but that's often beyond the domain of a memory card anyway and more to do with the electronics of the digicam - I'm using it with an E20 and have had no problems in field use - but the Oly is a relatively slow writer but that's not a chip problem - Now what would really merit 5 stars and my undying praise would be a breathtaking plunge beneath the $ barrier -- THAT'S exciting. SanDisk 1gb does the job with no problems -- THAT'S satisfying.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does what it should -- hold a ton of stuff
I use it in my PDA to hold GPS files and a large number of songs. Long drives, which I do almost twice a week, are now much less stressful. I look forward to it even.

2-0 out of 5 stars Slow performance, bad for large megapixel cameras
My main problem with this Compact Flash is that the "real-time" performance is very slow. I bought it a year ago for my 5-Megapixel camera, and it makes me wait a long time before I can take my next photo. This gets frustrating when you miss good photo opportunities.

Then, I read this article which reviews Compact Flash cards, and I realized that this particular SanDisk product line is inferior.

The review at DP Review says this Sandisk writes at 6x (where 'x' = 150 KB/sec). I since then, have purchased a 512MB Transcend compact flash which claims to Write at 25x. My camera works much faster now. I have borrowed my friend's IBM Microdrive and that is really fast too. ... Read more


142. SanDisk SDSDB-256-A1O 256 MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $139.99
our price: $36.57
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Asin: B00006HXF4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 97
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 256 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 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
  • 256 MB 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 (66)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Card
I bought this card for my KODAK CX6330 3.1MP digital camera. On this camera, at best resolution, I can take 306 pictures and/or 16 minutes of video. After a lot of use, it hasn't failed or gave me any problems. In fact, it's at least 3x faster than the internal memory when taking, deleting and viewing/thumbing through pictures. Video taking is very nice and fast as well, no problems there, it looks great when watched on TV with friends/family. Approximate download times through cable provided with my camera are about 3 minutes for 50megs of data. Mine is manufactured in China. I would recommend it for use in digital cameras. I'm considering buying another card of 256 or 512meg for making longer videos and to have even more shots when on vacation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great for me
This is one of the cheaper SD cards I had seen. I have had this card for about two years and it has never given me a problem to this day. I recommend this product

5-0 out of 5 stars The new floppy disk
I have two of these cards. One for my PDA and a 128MB one for my camera. They work as advertised and the transfer rate seems decent.

1-0 out of 5 stars Bad SD cards made in China and/or Taiwan
I am a bit upset. I finaly jumped onboard the GPS passion, got myself a nice 512MB SD card from SANDISK, spent a great deal of money for the Destinator3 product and ther actual Bluetooth GPS receiver etc. I have a brand new IPAQ 1945, so i figured i was in luck.
Well, i downloaded my MAPS onto the SD card (USA5 East Coast 280M in size) and the product basically failed to start. It gave me Map Bit errors found, bad address info etc. I spent several days trying to figure it out, including time spent with the Destinator support folks. I also ran several tests against the SD card itself, which passed. SO, FINALLY I gave up on the product, and spent another 100$ on Mapopolis. Again, i had the same type of problems... Then by accident i come to find out, this indeed was and is some sort of SD card problem. Other people have reported this in the past on: http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=4383, and other web sites as well.
Apparently a great deal of cards made in China and Taiwan are more or less worthless. Especially they can't handle large chunks of data such as these GPS maps without corrupting them. I switched to a Japanese made card, and now all my apps works again!! Go figure.

But, i am upset. I spent a lot of money on my SANDISK card, and it should never have failed.

I would love to address this issue with SANDISK and other similar vendors. If anyone else has similar bad experiences, could you please post them here, or email me at jorgenchr@hotmail.com ??

I feel strongly that vendors like SANDISK should make this public knowledge and offer free exchange / Money back on these faulty chinese made cards. Maybe giving them a list of people being affected would get them going

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
I use this memory card in my 4 megapixel digital camera. I save all the photos on the highest image size, and I still never have to worry about filling up the card, unless I am on an extended vacation. I usually get about 130 photos on this card. I have never had any problems with lost photos, or downloadingto my computer. At $65.00 this product was a bargain. ... Read more


143. SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash Card 1GB

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Asin: B0007876PC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sandisk
Sales Rank: 2575
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Includes Sandisk 1GB Extreme III Compact Flash card Card case RescuePRO mini-CD data recovery software. ... Read more

Features

  • For high-end professional photographers working under extreme conditions - 20MB/sec sequential write/read speed - Shock and vibration tested - ESP Technology!

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars fastest card on the block, for now...
this card is very fast.on my rebel xt, my 2nd gen lexar 80x pro and my extreme III card are neck and neck.the speed is a bit faster on the sandisk card though.doesn't really affect real world performance, unless i'm shooting a lot of bursts in RAW.

the card also comes with a neoprene card holder that can hold 2 cards.nothing to get too excited over.

it also comes with software on a mini CD, unlike other manufacturers that put them on the card itself.cough, lexar, cough.

5-0 out of 5 stars But remember.....
Granted this card may be faster than your camera's ability to write to it, but keep in mind:

(1) It comes with a lifetime warrantee
(2) It comes with free recovery software that I assume can be used with your other cards
(3) Someday you may move to a faster camera (although by that time you may want a card with vastly more storage space, but hey...)

5-0 out of 5 stars This card IS fast!
It's no wonder that people aren't seeing a big difference in speed; point and shoot, prosumer P&S, and entry-level dSLR cameras aren't going to be able to write to the card fast enough. Take a look at Rob Galbraith's CF database:
http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/multi_page.asp?cid=6007

The SanDisk Extreme III is almost always the fastest when the card becomes the limiting factor.

5-0 out of 5 stars It is the Camera writes to buffer speed that limits you...
So to answer the questions to "frenzel" and "Izzybee" none of you two would be able to utilize high transfer speed of this card nor for ie. Lexar's 80x , you are simply limited with your Camera Writes to buffer speed. It is often hard if not possible at all to find that information and Camera Manufacturers do not disclose this information. You can gain the speed for transferring the images from these cards to your computer if you use USB 2.0 or Fire Wire card readers, but that is all the gain you will see, so to gain fast response of your Camera you may need New Cameras that support faster writes to Camera's buffers, something like Nikon D70 or New Canon Digital Rebel 350, I am taking about "Prosumer level" of DSLR's hope this would help...

3-0 out of 5 stars thinking of buying.....
I am/was thinking of buying this item until I saw Izzybee's review.
I'm a fan of high resolution pictures, and shoot most of mine in TIFF.I currently wait in excess of 15 seconds for my Nikon 5700 to write the iomage to the CF card and be ready for another pictures.I could care less how long it takes to get from the card to my PC.
So, Izzybee, I assume you have a problem similar to mine.How long does your camera take to be ready for its next picture?
If there is a more appropriate place for this dialog, please let me know.
Thanks

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144. SanDisk Mini SD 512 MB Flash Memory Card (SDSDM-512-A10M)
list price: $0.00
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0007UVYI0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2139
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Product Description

SanDisk miniSD card, a thumbnail-sized flash memory card that is designed to meet the needs of the mobile phone market for greater storage capacity in the smallest possible physical form factor. The miniSD card was adopted by the SD Association as an ultra-small form factor extension to the SD card standard.The SanDisk miniSD card is targeted at the generation of 2.5G and 3G mobile phones that offer storage-intensive features such as digital cameras, video capture, MP3 players, video games, personal information management (PIM), email and voicemail capabilities.The miniSD card offers significant savings in card area and volume, two critical design parameters for the generation of increasingly miniaturized mobile phones. Compared to standard SD cards, the miniSD card saves more than 40% of the printed circuit board area and more than 60% of the volume required to support the card in a portable device.key benefit of the miniSD card is that it is both electrically and software compatible with the existing SD standard. It uses the same SD interface, including security features for content protection (CPRM-Content Protection Rights Management) as the standard SD card.As an extension of the existing SD card standard, the miniSD card allows mobile phone and consumer electronics developers to leverage their current SD-based designs with no changes to software or electronics.To allow interoperability with standard SD devices, SanDisk i ... Read more

Features

  • 5 year warranty
  • Built-in security features enable users to download, store and play secure content
  • The miniSD card is bundled with an adaptor for use in both SD and miniSD electronic devices giving you added flexibility and protection of your investment
  • Dimensions: .8" x .8" x .05"

145. SanDisk SDCFB-256-A10 256 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $79.99
our price: $30.79
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Asin: B00006B9QE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 99
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The size of a matchbook and weighing only half an ounce, the 256 MB CompactFlash card from SanDisk is an ultrasmall, removable data storage system. CompactFlash memory has built-in, industry-standard compatibility because its 50-pin card can easily be slipped into a passive, 68-pin Type II adapter card that fully meets PC Card electrical and mechanical specifications.

Expanding functionality and allowing products to be smaller and lighter, CompactFlash has been designed into more than 200 mobile products including digital cameras, handheld PCs, personal communicators, medical monitors, and audio recorders.

The SanDisk 256 MB CompactFlash card comes with a 1-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 256 MB CompactFlash
  • Removable data storage system
  • Ultracompact
  • Industry-standard compatibility
  • For use in digital cameras, PDAs, HPCs, personal communicators, and MP3s

Reviews (20)

4-0 out of 5 stars Ok, next time I'm buying a faster card
The Sandisk 256Mb Cf card really delivers 244MB after formatting it in my Canon A80 camera. But this happens to many CF cards, you have to accept that.
I chose a 256MB card since the Canon takes up about 2MB PER Picture on best quality and size settings ( total about 120 odd-pics). Lower quality( picture compression) or pic size gives me much more images. I can record about 700 odd seconds of video on the card @ 320*240 15fps settings. I definitely recommend this card size as one if you plan to buy a 3MP+ camera. Since the price difference is reducing every day, it makes more sense to opt of a 256Mb instead of a 128MB card. FOr 5MP and above, however, a 512MB+ card may be better suited.

The card is very reliable. I've been using it for 3 months+ and have taken 500+ photos on it. However, the speed at which the card writes the image is a bit too slow for my liking ( or maybe its the camera?). Next time i'm going in for a faster card , maybe from the Sandisk ULTRA II series....

5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for money of any CF card...
I have two Sandisk 256MB CF cards, and I'm very happy with them. My oldest Sandisk 256MB CF card is about a year old. Between the two of them, I've taken several thousand pictures, and so far neither has given me any problems. My oldest card has proven its reliability in the combination of humid Scandinavian summer weather, a lot of hiking in southern Arizona's blasting heat, and some really cold Colorado winter weather. It has performed exceptionally well under all of these conditions.

Pros:
* Durable and exceptionally reliable - Sandisk does without a doubt have the most reliable CF cards on the market.
* This card is due to its reliability and price, without a doubt the best value for money of any CF card on the market today.

Cons:
* Molasses in winter pretty much describes the speed of this card. Seriously though, tests show that unless you're transferring files to your computer via a USB 2.0 interface, the read/write speed between the camera and the CF card does not nearly exploit the potential of any good card. There might be a 20-30% difference between a fast and a slow card when it comes to in-camera read/writes.

This card is extremely reliable, and looking at reliability+price (you can get really good deals on this card) vs. speed, I'd say this is the best value for money of any CF card on the market today. I give it an unconditional 5 stars!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great with my Canon S400
I've taken about 300+ pictures with this card in my Canon S400 and I have absolutely no complaints. It can hold about 246 pictures at the finest quality and 1600x1200 resolution, which is more than most people would need. The picture transfer time is not bad at all -- about the same as the card the camera came with (which is also made by Sandisk). Since the Canon came with a SanDisk card, I would say going with the same brand would be your best bet.

4-0 out of 5 stars Happy with purchase
I am happy with my purchase and am considering buying another. Amazon seems to be one of the cheapest ways to purchase. I haven't had any trouble with Amazon, but don't expect to get your disk quickly. Other items I have ordered from them came pretty quick, so I was shocked when it took so long.

As for the disk. I feel that it is alittle slow, but I don't have anything to compare it to, it's the only one I have. I use a digital rebel. Takes forever to transfer files to my PC. I am not aware of any data loss. I would recommend.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great memory capacity for Vodafone V801SH
256MB SD Memory card gives my Sharp Vodafone V801SH (celluar phone) up to 428 minutes of video recording capability in 176 x 144 (QCIF) resolution and close to 4.5 hours of recording time in stereo at 128 kbps rate and up to 17.5 hours of plain mono voice recording. Good quality and fast recovery rate of high resolution (858 x 1144) digital photo on the V801 also. Great piece of memory card! ... Read more


146. SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash Card 4GB

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Asin: B0008D76L0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 13176
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Product Description

SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash is designed exclusively for the high-end, professional photographers who work under extreme conditions and expect the very best in products and support services. ... Read more

Features

  • 20MB/sec sequential write and read speed
  • Large Capacity
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • RescuePro Software included

147. Sandisk 4GB COMPACTFLASH CARD ( SDCFB-4096-A10 )

our price: $327.99
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Asin: B000243DOE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 17229
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148. SanDisk SDSDB-128-A10 Secure Digital 128MB
list price: $74.99
our price: $31.34
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Asin: B000068CS0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 469
Average Customer Review: 3.54 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 128 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
  • 128 MB 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 (54)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works FINE with Toshiba PDR 330 digital cameras
The other two reviewers with a Toshiba PDR-3300 camera are having problems. I wonder if they took the time to visit the Toshiba website. There you can download and install a firmware upgrade to the camera that takes it from 1.02 to 1.04. This update fixes problems with the large capacity Sandisk cards. I could take 8 pictures with the included 8 meg memory card. With this 128 meg card I can take over 150 at full size. The transfer rate is incredible. I see no reason to go with a more expensive brand. Recommended for this camera after the upgrade.

4-0 out of 5 stars alexn
I purchased this SanDisk 128 MB Secure Digital Card for my Toshiba PRD-3300 digital camera. The first time I received the SD card from Amazon.com, I plugged it into my camera, formatted the card per the specification in the instruction manual and started taking pictures. The pictures came out scrambled on the replay option. I tried reformatting the card but then I got the message "card error". I thought that the card was defective and I returned it for replacement to Amazon.com. In approximately 4-5 days I received my second SanDisk 128 MB Secure Digital Card. I repeated the same procedure of formatting, picture taking and so on but I was getting the same result and the error message. I was ready to send the card back again, but before I did I thought I'd check around the web to see if there is any compatibility issue of this card with my camera. I went on Toshiba web site to see if I can find any compatibility issue with this card. Sure enough when I checked for new Firmware it had this:
"Latest Firmware Upgrade Features:
Improved compatibility with SanDisk brand SD Cards manufactured after May 2002, specifically for high capacity SD Cards -
128MB SanDisk SD Cards
256MB SanDisk SD Cards
Upgrade your PDR-3300 for use with these cards."

I followed the instructions, upgraded my firmware to the latest revision 1.04A and now my camera recognizes the 128MB SanDisk SD Card and it is working great.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good product for my Toshiba pda
I bought it for use on the Toshiba e755 six months ago. I did not find any problem. It runs surprisingly fast, so I put a lot mp3s in it and my pda can be used as a small size ipod :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Unbeliveable!!!!!!
I bought this memory for my HP Photosmart 320 2 years ago. Since then I have traveled to Paris, Ireland, Hawaii, and a few southern states. Overall I took 10,000 pics w/ this camera and its trusty 128 mb san disk memory. It has performed wonderfully for all of these trips. I recomend this item for any Digital photographer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great on my cam.
Have a Photosmart 640 from HP, works well. Just thought id say so. ... Read more


149. SanDisk 128 MB Memory Stick
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000630TK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 8395
Average Customer Review: 4.37 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Smaller than a stick of chewing gum, SanDisk's 128 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 128 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 (27)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works as good as Sony
I bought Sandisk 128mb memory stick from Amazon.com recently and paid ony [$$]...It works just like Sony and I find no difference between the two. Sony memory stick sells in the market for $89. I have Sony DSC-P31 digital Camera and had no problem at all using Sandisk memory stick.

5-0 out of 5 stars Future Shock
The Sandisk Memory Stick Memory Card is a Japanese-made product that is comperable in performance to similar Memory Stick products. For those of you who are new to this kind of data storage technology, "Memory Stick" products allow fast, read-write capability similar in performance to a hard drive-- in a device that is the size of a stick of gum! Not only with the Sandisk allow you to store photo images, but it can also serve to back-up, and transport files from one computer to another. Thanks to the Sandisk, my Sony Cybershot digital camera now serves me as a credible USB back-up drive for jpgs AND files of any kind. Memory Sticks will undoubtedly have an emormous impact on the computer and home electronics industry. Five minutes of working with the Sandisk, and you will realize that "removable disc media" and other magnetic/mechanical approaches to data-storage will soon be as obsolete as the dodo. 128 megs of removable RAM memory for under [$$]?-- welcome to the 21st Century! Give the Sandisk a try-- you'll be amazed!- LMS

5-0 out of 5 stars The best all purpose stick
I've got three of these and they work just as well as Sony's. I take pictures with my Sony on them but I use them instead of floppy disks. I put it in my reader at work, home, and at my mother's, and download programs from the internet directly to them, transfers files to them and use them the same way as floppys are use. I haven't used the floppy on any of the computers for the past year. Small as a stick of gum, can be packed in a wallet. Best item invented!

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice product
I bought this product for use in my Sony Clie handheld computer. I was looking for a cheaper alternative to the Sony brand memory stick, and I am glad to say that this product has worked flawlessly over the past year.

I would buy a Sandisk product again.

3-0 out of 5 stars Question
Can someone please tell me the difference between Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro? ... Read more


150. SanDisk Memory Stick PRO
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00094CZLE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 39951
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151. SanDisk 1GB Extreme III Secure Digital Memory Card

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Asin: B000799O6K
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 15815
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152. SanDisk 256 MB Mini SD Memory Card

our price: $38.49
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Asin: B000243DFI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 592
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Features

  • 256 MB Capacity
  • Works in all Mini SD enabled devices
  • Adapter included

153. SanDisk SDCFB-128-A10 CompactFlash 128 MB
list price: $59.99
our price: $23.09
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Asin: B00006B9Q7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 1012
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The size of a matchbook and weighing only half an ounce, the 128 MB CompactFlash card from SanDisk is an ultrasmall, removable data storage system. CompactFlash memory has built-in, industry-standard compatibility because its 50-pin card can easily be slipped into a passive, 68-pin Type II adapter card that fully meets PC Card electrical and mechanical specifications.

Expanding functionality and allowing products to be smaller and lighter, CompactFlash has been designed into more than 200 mobile products including digital cameras, handheld PCs, personal communicators, medical monitors, and audio recorders.

The SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash card comes with a 5-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 128 MB CompactFlash
  • Removable data storage system
  • Ultracompact
  • Industry-standard compatibility
  • For use in digital cameras, PDAs, HPCs, personal communicators, and MP3s

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars SanDisk + Olympus = GREAT FUN
I have a SanDisk 128 and a 256 MB card which I now use in my Olympus C-5050 camera. Previously I owned a Canon G1 and use the same cards as before. During the two years I owned the Canon I took over 3500 images without any difficulty. I was worried about the Olympus because it is 5 megapixels and I though this would bog down the memory card. Despite 3 megabyte files my "old" SanDisk CompactFlash cards work great and I am able to shoot away without any waiting.

I use an ImageMate card reader to copy files to my PC where they I can edit and store them temporarily before making a copy of the images on a CD for long term storage.

I have used SanDisk cards from capacities of 16 to 256 MB in 4 different digital cameras I have owned over the years and the performance and reliability are excellent. Over the years SanDisk has also become quite price competitive, so you get both value and performance.

Sony is also using SanDisk flash memory in their newest Memory Stick, so that is enough of an endorsement for me!

Digital photography rocks!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Very Fast... But Not always Dependable.
Flash Cards, and other media storage types for that matter, can sometimes fail. This is usually cause by user error.

I use this product with my digital camera.

When using a digital camera, you may find that if you turn your camera off (while it is writing memory to the card; just after a photo being shot) you'll find that you may get fumbled results when trying to read the card later.

Granted this does not ruin the card, rather it ruins the data on the card. Formatting it resolves this issue, (but again, you may not want this to happen when taking wedding pictures!)

You may find other parallel problems such as:
1.Switching Modes (on the camera) just after taking a photo...
2.Opening the "flash card" door when camera is on...
3.Turning the camera off when its doing something with the card (ie: writing memory) as stated above.
4.Low Battery might cause inconsistent results in data.

I might say though, that when i did have my "run-in" with one of these problems i contacted the company who manufacured the product, and they were very helpful. They had me send them the card, and they recovered all the images i originally lost. (i ended up only loosing one of the photos, the one which i was wrong to manage the camera incorrectly).

Something i might say (that gives this product 3 stars) is that the data transfer rate is faster than any other means i've ever seen. Data is dragged and dropped easily and effectively (through a USB adapter).

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding reliability ...
I bought this card about 18 months ago, and I've taken several thousand pictures with it. It's been taken overseas to experience a humid Scandinavian summer, and it's been used extensively the furnace that some people refer to as southern Arizona. I have several other Sandisk CF cards, and this being one of my oldest ones, I've got "nothing" but good things to say about it (except for the speed). :-)

Pros:
* Durable and extremely reliable - Sandisk is without a doubt the most reliable brand on the market for CF cards.
* Can be found very reasonably priced - usually very good value for money.

Cons:
* Just about the slowest CF card on the market.

Personally, I'm all about reliability. I wouldn't trade my Sandisk cards for any other card, even if the price was lower or performance higher. A card that corrupts your pictures even on rare occations is a useless card in my mind. This or any other of my Sandisk CF cards have never given me any problems. I also have several friends that have used Sandisk CF cards for several years, and between us we've never had any problems with any of our Sandisk CF cards.

I would highly recommend this card, and despite its speed, I would say it's a good buy. Because of its outstanding reliability, I give it 5 stars!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great deal
Buy this. Works well and a good deal for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Great.
Camera makers bundle a small amount of memory, in my case 8 MB. It is a must to order more memory. This SanDisk 128 MB CF card has worked great for me. I'm able to store 162 images at the highest setting. This card has worked over and over again, I have had zero problems with this card. It mounts for me in WindowsXP, and MacOS X. Works great with iPhoto, etc... ... Read more


154. Sandisk 512MB original USB 2.0 Pen / Flash Drive
list price: $106.00
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Asin: B0002Y2FSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Minipc4sale, Bozeman Inc.
Sales Rank: 9305
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Specifications Advanced Features: Original Sandisk retail package with warranty. Small size and easy to use No drivers required * Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified for fast data transfer (compatible with USB 1.1) Store all your data, pictures, music and more Two extra color caps and a neckstrap included Thin design does not obstruct the dual-stacked USB ports found on most computers Minimum System Requirements: Pentium PC or Macintosh computer with USB support Windows 98SE, 2000, ME, XP Mac OS 9.1.x+, OS X v10.1.2+ USB 2.0 port required for Hi-Speed transfer ... Read more

Features

  • Original Sandisk Mini USB 2.0, 256 MB Pen drive
  • Plug & Play No drivers required *
  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified for fast data transfer (compatible with
  • Store all your data, pictures, music and more
  • Two extra color caps and a neckstrap included

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Problem with the Cruzer
I bought a cruzer about 5 months ago. It is no longer working. It is possible that mine was defective to begin with. So I hope others can correct me if I'm wrong.

On the very positive side, the drive is very slim, making it possible to be used on any computer. This is not the case with many other such drives. I had one that was fatter, and it couldn't be inserted in certain computers. The drive worked well when it was working, just like others.

On the negative side, I immediately lost the plastics cap. This didn't seem to be a problem. A more serious problem I had was that when I plugged it into a USB hub, my laptop gave me a message, saying that I didn't have enough power. The USB hub (not a USB II hub) was actually powered, so this didn't make a lot of sense to me. I had to unplug everything from the hub to use it (an external hard drive, Palm charger, scanner), a real pain. Thecruuzer finally broke. At first I was able to restore it by banning it hard on a desk (I tried everything else before). It worked only for a few days. Now it is completely gone.

I was told that mine might be defective to begin with. But it is also possible that the lost cap and the flimsy nature of it has limited its life.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great tool
I'm giving this item a 3 versus a 5 simply because of the design of the strp holder built into the Cruzer.It's made of very cheap and thin plastic.If for some reason the Cruzer gets caught by something, which can happen if you have on a key chain or a lanyard around your neck as I wear it.I broke that small piece of plastic after about 2 weeks and I know have it wrapped with a paper clip and scotch taped together to keep it tied to something.Another problem is the cap.It's very easy to lose as I did.They did well by giving you 3 which is not a style stamement but an admission that you WILL lose at least one cap.other than that it's great!I have used this thing on Windows XP, Windows 2000 Pro, Windows 200 Server, Windows Server 2003 andhave not run into one case where this little cutie didn't work.be carefull not to leave it in the front USB port on your PC under your desk, because you may bend it as several of my co-workers have done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really useful
No drives, no software, just plug it in and it works. I use it on a mac, and it is really fast. I just copy my files over, and can carry them around my neck. Easy to plug in a PC also. ... Read more


155. Sandisk 4096MB MEMORY STICK PRO4GB ( SDMSV-4096-A10 )
list price: $549.99
our price: $515.99
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Asin: B0007Q7J9M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 60611
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Product Description

SanDisk's Memory Stick PRO is the perfect solution for anyone who needs to capture and play back DVD-quality video in real time, or store CD-quality music, high-resolution digital images, and any other application that requires high performance, fast data transfer, large capacities and advanced security. ... Read more

Features

  • The most secure and fastest way to store digital data, music, photos and videos!
  • Larger storage capacities (128MB 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB) than standard Memory Stick cards
  • High-speed data transfer rate of 15Mbps for DVD-quality video in real time
  • The fast transfer rates help prevent data loss when power is suddenly cut-off or if the media is removed accidentally
  • Advanced security with Access Control Function and MagicGate technology

156. SanDisk DMSPX-1024-786 1 GB Extreme III Memory Stick PRO

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Asin: B0007D8WUA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 33275
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Product Description

A minimum of 9MB/sec sequential write speed which allows for faster capturing of large image files to the card.A minimum of 10MB/sec sequential read speed which allows for faster viewing of images and transferring data to the card.SanDisk Extreme 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.SanDisk Extreme Memory Stick PRO cards are shock and vibration tested with industrial-grade RTV included which is designed for rugged use.Backed by a lifetime warranty if theres ever a problem SanDisk will replace it! ... Read more

Features

  • Packaged with RescuePRO software to recover photos that are accidentally deleted.
  • For professional photographers who work under extreme conditions
  • Features Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology, which provides best-in-class performance
  • Tested in extreme temperature ranges from -13 F to +185 F degrees
  • SanDisk Extreme III Memory Stick PRO cards are shock and vibration tested

157. SanDisk 1 GB Extreme Memory Stick Pro Memory Card.

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Asin: B0002K6EZS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 55269
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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

  • 20mb/sec sequential read/write times
  • Extended temperature tested: 13° to 185°F

158. SanDisk 128 MB Mini SD Card

our price: $23.09
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Asin: B000243DFS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2857
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Features

  • 128 MB memory capacity
  • Works in all Mini SD enabled devices
  • Adapter Included

159. SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $59.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000488VI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2546
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 128 MB CompactFlash memory card features high storage capacity and runs on many popular digital cameras, hand-held PCs, and other memory-driven products. Thorough testing in SanDisk's assurance lab ensures that its CompactFlash cards are compatible with a wide range of devices. Because the cards are so small, you can keep one in your pocket and never get caught short of memory. ... Read more

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

Reviews (52)

4-0 out of 5 stars Value still exists
One of the "must-haves" for digital cameras is the ability to store a significant number of pictures. The SanDisk 128Mb card provided the ability to store over 700, which was adequate for our upcoming two-week vacation.

Why the SanDisk? I checked out compatibility (actually, the Kodak DX3600 required an upgrade to provide support for this product), and reviewed the ... organization's site ... . The dollars/megabyte, from one of the bigger manufacturers, was right. A five-year warranty closed the deal for me. Finally, it's proven itself reliable for the past few months. NO problems whatsoever.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Product - Essential for Nikon Coolpix
About a year ago, I purchased a Nikon Coolpix 950 digital camera. The "wimpy" 8 MB CompactFlash card that came with the unit would only hold one (1) uncompressed, high-resolution picture - I needed more. I started looking and found this; the SanDisk 128 MB CompactFlash. I read on the Nikon technical support web page that SanDisk is the OEM for Nikon's CompactFlash cards, so I felt pretty safe selecting this card. The only question I had was "would my Coolpix 950 work with a card this large?" The answer is a resounding YES! (according to friends, it will work in the new Coolpix 990 also)

The card formatted in the camera perfectly and has simply worked for the past nine months. I shoot all pictures in high resolution with a moderate compression level, allowing me to store more than 110 - 2.1 MegaPixel pictures in the camera - plenty for me. Recently, we took a five-day trip to Disney World - this card captured ALL of our pictures perfectly. If you get this, check out one of the USB card readers as well - the serial connection is just way too slow for transferring this much data.

Executive Summary: Buy it now.

5-0 out of 5 stars 6 days at Disney on one card!!
I bought this about 10 hours before leaving for Disney World. I use it in a Nikon Coolpix 700 (2.1 mp) set at the basic mode (1600 x 1200, apx 240k per pic with full compression). I took 471 pictures and had room for over 100 more. Download of 108 meg with a USB card reader took about 5 minutes. A side effect I had not counted on was that write times increased as the card got full. With a 16MB card I never noticed this but toward the end of 128MB the delay was very noticeable. "Boot time" (pause after turning on the camera) was increased too. Again, something that was never an issue with a smaller card. A good reason to hang on to your older, smaller ram cards for things like sporting events frames per second are important. If picture quality is essential to your work, the size fo the card makes full TIFF images (8 meg per) a viable option. Memory may not be cheaper for a long time. I paid the same for this card that I paid for a 16MB card 2 years ago. Highly recomended.

1-0 out of 5 stars Card went corrupt on our honeymoon
Well, this card was working great until my honeymoon recently. Unfortunately the problem only surfaced when we tried to get the pictures off the card. I was able to download the first 12 or so and then most of the rest of the pictures were corrupt. I haven't had any problems with the camera so it must be the media; very disappointing performance.

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect
no prob. perfect so far for last 12 month ... Read more


160. SanDisk 256 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005ICE1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 5132
Average Customer Review: 4.16 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SanDisk 256 MB CompactFlash memory card runs on many popular digital cameras, handheld PCs, and other memory-driven products. Thorough testing in SanDisk's assurance lab ensures that its CompactFlash cards are compatible with a wide range of devices. Because the cards are so small, you can keep one in your pocket and never get caught short of memory. ... Read more

Features

  • 256 MB CompactFlash
  • Removable data storage system
  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • Industry-standard compatibility
  • For use in digital cameras, PDAs, HPCs, personal communicators, and MP3 players

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Card, Plenty of space, Very good price
I have my cannon S100 for six months now. The camera is so small that I take it anywhere I go and take pictures of everything. And I mean EVERYTHING.

When you go here and there taking pictures there are two things that can stop you happy travel: Battery life and storage space.

This card cross over any storage limits you could have.

Let me tell you a few words about
this little fellow:
1. Sandisk is known for its great compatibility so it isn't ikely that you will have compatibility problems
2. Used with my cannon S100 Digital Elph it can hold:
- 1550 pics in low resolution Hard to beat for Web publishing or e-mailing
- 420 pics in medium resolution. This resolution is really good for prints up to 5 x 7
- 170 pics in high resolution. Pretty good for one single card. Outstanding prints up to 8 x 10
3. No problems with speed. Sandisk cards are as fast as any other.

In my experience 170 pictures at resolution for prints of 8x10 is enough for a complete weekend of pictures, but if you feel you are running out of space you just change to medium resolution for prints up to 5x7.

With this card you can forget the frustrating experience of running out of space in the sunset of Sunday the weekend you decided to expend in the beach.

You won't find this card at this very good price anywhere else, so go for it

4-0 out of 5 stars It works OK and the price was right.
I live in the UK and electronic equipment costs much more here than in the USA. But I was going to visit friends Stateside and saw the Sandisk 256Mb Compact flash card on offer at Amazon.Com. So I bought one and had it shipped to my friends in Florida (Amazon.Com won't ship this type of item outside Uncle Sam-land).

It works fine on my Minolta Dimage7 digital camera. Some Dane-Elec cards had been causing problems with this camera but a Minolta firmware upgrade cured that. But the Sandisk card worked OK "out of the box" just like that, and the price was right. What more can one say!!

1-0 out of 5 stars DISASTER!!!!
I've owned my Sandisk 256 MB for only 5 months when it went dead on me. After spending our honeymoon in Club Paradise, Palawan, Philippines, and taking so many totally great pictures, it just stopped working. It was working when I was taking pictures in Palawan, but when we were going to take our last picture on the plane, the digital camera just said CF Error. Damn! I tried reading it on my card reader when I got home and it wouldn't work. Even tried it on 4 different digicams and all reported error. Man, it's not the card I'm really pissed about, it's the pictures!!!! MAAAAAN!!! I couldn't even have it replaced, Circuit City says I need the receipt for them to replace it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny!
This card is great. I was worried about spending so much money on one card, but wow, it stores so many pictures. We went to Florida for spring break and I just brought this one card and took four hundred pictures and a couple movies. You really don't need another card if you get this one.

5-0 out of 5 stars after 8 months on my Canon S200. no probs.
The SanDisk 256 CF card is a good card, I have not lost any images or had any sort of problems with this card in the 8 months I've had it. (in chicago weather too, humid summers and bitter winters)

I have a Canon Elph 2MP camera and with this card I can store 500-600 images. I didn't notice any slow down in shooting pics even with the card 75% full. It does slow down when reviewing your images on the lcd screen.

But in 8 months I've owned this card I have not lost a single image, so I would not be afraid to purchase another card. cheers- ... Read more


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