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$16.59 list($44.99)
161. SanDisk SDSDB-64-A10 Secure Digital
$22.00 list($70.00)
162. SanDisk 64 MB SmartMedia Card
$9.99 list($29.99)
163. SanDisk 16 MB SmartMedia Card
list($19.94)
164. SanDisk 8 MB SmartMedia Card (SDSM-8-490)
$42.00 list($249.99)
165. SanDisk 512 MB CompactFlash Card
$9.99 list($79.99)
166. SanDisk SDDR-22-01 Floppy Drive
$14.95 list($24.99)
167. SanDisk SDDR-75-07 CF - SmartMedia
$36.00 list($63.00)
168. 256MB Mini Cruzer USB 2.0 Flash
$44.95 list($49.99)
169. SanDisk 128 MB SmartMedia Card
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170. SanDisk 16 MB MultiMedia Card
list($39.99)
171. SanDisk SDDR-86-07 6 in 1 USB
$32.00 list($24.99)
172. Sandisk 128MB Secure Digital Card
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173. SanDisk 32 MB MultiMedia Card
$9.49 list($44.99)
174. SanDisk 32 MB CompactFlash Card
$3.97 list($49.99)
175. SanDisk Imagemate USB MultiMedia
$12.99 list($100.00)
176. SanDisk 96 MB CompactFlash Card
$10.99 list($29.99)
177. SanDisk 32 MB Secure Digital Card
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178. SanDisk 64 MB Mini SD Card
$114.95
179. Sandisk 512 MB Extreme Memory
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180. Sandisk 256MB 60x Extreme Secure

161. SanDisk SDSDB-64-A10 Secure Digital 64 MB
list price: $44.99
our price: $16.59
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Asin: B00006B9QI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 5971
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk Secure Digital (SD) memory card packaging includes a new high-performance, nine-pin SD interface that enables data transfer rates of up to 10 MBps. New 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 Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) portable device requirements. ... Read more

Features

  • High transfer rate for fast copy/download
  • 64 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 (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Fragile - be careful
After 10 months of use the switch on my card broke off rendering it useless since it is no longer writable. It was removed from my digital camera, inserted into a reader on my computer then inserted back in the camera 110 times (based on counting the number of folders I have - one for each cut & paste from the card). I expected it to last longer than that.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bang for the Buck
All this stuff is the same, so buy the most MB for the money. This guy does it as well as any, but costs less. Why pay more?

4-0 out of 5 stars Handy to Have Around
With so many extra Palm software titles available, most Palm units 8 megabytes and fewer don't seem to have enough memory.
The SanDisk 64 MB SD card for your PDA comes in handy as a place to store documents, programs, photos, and games you don't use daily but want nearby.
Just plug it into your memory slot and save over to the card. It's that easy. Also, you may want to consider a program like "Filez," (there are others) which will help you determine which files are on the card.

4-0 out of 5 stars Boost PDA Memory
Two kids and a dog. I can't help but carry pictures of them to show them off. Photos take too much memory, so I purchased the card and put the photos on it as well as PDF files and reading materials. It's great not to clutter and slow down the PDA with these files that are housed on the card. Only complaint is that it's slow to load the items on the card.

Whenever I go to my photos, it takes longer to get them loaded than if they were on the PDA's memory. But, if the photos are in the PDA itself, then it uses up precious space.

I just used it with a card reader that I bought and the reader read the files quickly. It's small and lightweight -- easy for people to lose and misplace. But, I keep the card in except for when loading its data into the card reader. ... Read more


162. SanDisk 64 MB SmartMedia Card
list price: $70.00
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Asin: B00004SCKA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 7965
Average Customer Review: 4.61 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk SmartMedia cards are the perfect solution when you're looking for portable, easy-to-use storage for images, audio files, data, and other digital files. SmartMedia cards are light and easy to carry, and they work interchangeably with desktop PCs and laptops. They're easier to transport than a stack of floppy diskettes, and give you more storage capacity and greater ease of use. ... Read more

Features

  • SmartMedia memory card
  • 64 MB storage capacity
  • Quick and easy to install and remove
  • Convenient and portable (the size of a stamp)
  • Compatible with cameras and MP3 players that provide a slot for 3.3-volt SmartMedia cards

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars A definate must for a Digital Camera or MP3 player
I bought a Nomad II MG MP3 player back in November of 2000. I thought it was great. I could take my music anywhere in such a small package. The only draw back was the fact it only had enough memory for 16 songs or so at 128. I needed more room. Fortunatly I could get a smartmedia card. The catch... $200.00 at the time! It was crazy. I wanted more memory, not another MP3 player! I kept looking until I found one here. It was a deal I couldn't pass us. I bought one and I think It's the best! I can play music on it, take digital pictures, send large files from my PC to my notebook. It's probably one of the best disks you will find. Go ahead and order 2, I did and I love them!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for the Rio 500!
With its new firmware update (be sure to download version 2.12 from the Rioport website), the Rio 500 now supports the 64 MB smart media card. The SanDisk card works absolutely great in the Rio 500 player, no problems at all. Just snap it in, format it, and download 64 MB of MP3 music. Its a breeze. Using MP3 recordings made at the 'better' (128 kbps) or 'best' (160 kbps) sampling rates, you'll get about one hour of music on this card. With the internal and external together, that's about two hours of very high quality (CD quality) MP3 music. Yes, the 32 MB card is less expensive, but the convenience of not having to change-out the card in a half hour is well worth the few extra dollars. You really can't go wrong.

4-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work so well in my Rio 500
It's not the memory that is bad, but I bought two memory Sandisk 64 mg memory cards for my Rio 500, and you just can't carry them and choose which one you want to listen to without big time hassles. The Rio 500 is so reluctant to recognize the external memory, you have to keep putting it in and taking it out ad nauseum before it finally decides to recognize it. So I don't even do it! I just get the one in there working, and erase that and fill it when I want to change music. SmartMedia cards are real flimsy, not like Compact flash memory, and seem much more fragile. If I was going to choose what kind of flash memory to have in a camera or mp3 player, I'd go with Compact flash or MM flash memory, they are more robust and not so fragile.

5-0 out of 5 stars inSanity for cheap
This media has been perfectly reliable in capture and download through a Olympus C3040. With comparos between the Sony Memory disk and compact flash card twice the thickness, there's very little difference in r/w that I can notice. Using the 5-shot digital 'auto-winder' on the Olympus the card sucks the data down no problem. Even with repeated semi-auto firing, the memory card performs decently. It does lag 2048x1536 (medium quality) and it will do more so at higher levels ' but it's no worse than other formats. USB download through OEM cables is rapid quick compared to the slower compact flash on Kodak DC265 for some reason.

The physical size is unbeatable. The wear and long term use is something to keep an eye on with the contacts exposed compared to the other formats. At this price, I have no complaints buying a bunch and shooting without capacity worries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Idea if you want more from your Rio 500.
I purchased my Rio 500 two years ago and love it but at the time I thought the memory it came with was enough but now I purchased the 64 meg card and thanks to the reviews people put on Amazons site I downloaded the firmware and updated so my Rio 500 would take the 64 meg card. I couldnt get it to work at first but found out I had the card in up side down wich didnt look like it should go that way but the Rio recognised the external memory so if you have trouble keep working it will work in the 500. Here is the site I use to update the software, these folks have a super site for Rio players... ... Read more


163. SanDisk 16 MB SmartMedia Card (SDSM-16-490)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00001RMD3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 8864
Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk SmartMedia cards are the perfect answer when you're looking forportable, easy-to-use storage for images, music, data, and other digital files.The size of a stamp, the SmartMedia card is light and easy to carry. It workswith portable electronic devices such as digital cameras and MP3 players thatprovide a slot for 3.3-volt SmartMedia cards. The cards also workinterchangeably with PCs, laptops, and other equipment that accommodatesSmartMedia data, including fax machines, printers, scanners, word processors,and handy terminals.

The 16 MB SmartMedia card comes with a lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • SmartMedia memory card
  • 16 MB storage capacity
  • Quick and easy to install and remove
  • Convenient and portable (the size of a stamp)
  • Store data from digital cameras, audio players, camcorders, and cellular phones

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars 244 Pictures, One Chip.
I have recently purchased the Olympus D450Z digital camera, which uses this kind of picture memory chip. At a fraction of the price that you find in camera stores, you can have a completely compatible memory device for your Olympus camera (and I'll bet for other brands using SmartMedia as well!) and money left over for the extra NiMH batteries you'll have to keep charged. Worth getting is the Olympus PCMCIA adapter (available through Amazon) which allows the chip to mimic a Hard Drive on any machine with a Type II ATA slot. For USB machines you can find any of a host of readers, but check the reviews first!

Just as an aside -- I sneakily used this chip to move a powerpoint presentation from one laptop to another this week, and it was amazingly smooth! This could easy replace floppy technology in machines that don't have the space for an inboard Zip drive. Cool!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Cameras unable to use the larger capacity cards.
I just ordered a couple more of these before they don't make them anymore! As to the comment about 'grow up and get 128MB', the reason these are still available is that a lot of older perfectly usable digital camera's are unable to address more than 16MB. My Olympus being one of them. This is a known problem with Smartmedia. Personally I don't mind having a bunch of smaller cards anyway, since this way I don't have all my eggs in one basket. 16MB on a 1.3 Megapixel Camera still gives just over 70 pictures in the High Resolution mode anyway so it's not like the capacity isn't decent.

1-0 out of 5 stars They dont even make these this small anymore
16 MB grow up and get a 128 MB

5-0 out of 5 stars works perfectly everytime.... except when I messed up
My son also uses these. He has never had a problem in over 2 years... and he uses them alot. I accidently saved a graphics
file on my 16MB SanDisk... and my camera reported that the card may be bad. Notice your camera will say may be... (Oympus does)
because after I inserted the disc into my floppy A drive .... with adapter... and seen what was on disc... i noticed that i had accidently saved a folder containing a bunch of pictures from
a previous batch... I rename all my folders when placing them on my desktop... so i was able to identify this "surprise" folder...
as being used at a much earlier date.
I think a lot of bad reviews... on electronic products are due
to customer ignorance. Many times I thought i was dead right...
and could not make an error... (before this my last error was on
march 36, 1991.) As you can see if you read closely I never make mistakes and can go many years error free. San Disks... work
every time... when used properly. Great Product.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good buy!
I use this cards for my Olympus digital camera. They're reliable and haven't failed to me a single time. Thay have a very good price and you can use them with other SmartMedia devices. Really good. ... Read more


164. SanDisk 8 MB SmartMedia Card (SDSM-8-490)
list price: $19.94
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Asin: B00001RMD2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 20158
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ultraportable
  • 8 MB capacity
  • Easy to use and interchangeable among desktops and laptops
  • Low-cost, yet reliable and effective
  • Compact and easy to carry--fits in your pocket

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work with my Polaroid PDC 640 digital camera!!!
My camera came with a 2MG card. After ordering the Sandisk 32MB card for my camera, I found out, from Polaroid, my camera won't recognize anthing larger than an 8MG Smart Media card. It would have been nice if they'd put that somewhere in the documentation.

So then I ordered this card, and guess what? It won't work either. This card is a 3V while the one that came with the camera is 3.3V. With the card that was too big the camera showed "media failure", but with this card, the camera won't even power up.

Another reveiwer claims this card works with his Polaroid PDC640 digital camera, but I'd advise you to check the card that came with it before ordering this one! If your card reads 3.3V, don't waste your time.

5-0 out of 5 stars For Those Of Us With Older Cameras
My old Polaroid PDC-640 won't handle anything bigger than 8MB; (and Polaroid certainly didn't make *that* very clear) so this is a great buy for anyone who's still "stuck in the late '90s" with regards to their digital camera.

Snap 'em up while they're still available, nothing says you can't have more than one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Item
This SmartMedia memory card is an excellent purchase because of the cost and dependablity.

3-0 out of 5 stars At least get a 16MB card!
If Your getting this card for a mp3 player don't. It can only hold like 2 songs! But if your getting this a digital camera its okay, the card can hold around a 100 pics.

5-0 out of 5 stars 8 MB Flash Memory
I thought this card wouldn't be enough to hold my Mp3s but when I tryed it out i found i could store almost 1/3 the amount of songs that the internal memory that my Rio could hold. ... Read more


165. SanDisk 512 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00005ICE2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 2330
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's 512 MB CompactFlash memory card features high storage capacity and runs on many popular digital cameras, handheld PCs, and other memory-driven electronics. 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
  • 512 MB storage capacity
  • For use with digital devices requiring high memory capacity
  • Ultrasmall removable data storage system
  • Built-in industry-standard compatibility

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Surprisingly Durable Compact Flash Card.
I purchased the SanDisk 512 MB CompactFlash Card from Amazon about a year ago. 4500 pictures later, I cannot complain about the card. A few weeks ago, I allowed my sister to borrow the card and my camera for her trip to New York City. While there she only took 112 pictures; nowhere near the cards capacity of 490 pictures at 4.3 megapixel. Unfortunately when she arrived home, my mother offered to do all of her laundry; my memory card was in her pant pocket. Mom was quite upset as she removed the laundry and found my memory card at the bottom of the washer. They explained what happened as I came in that weekend. The card was dead, or so I thought. I bought a new card at Circuit City. Loaned the new replacement card to my mother this time for a trip to Washing DC. While contemplating how to disassemble my compact flash card, I figured I would try it again. Low and behold I was able to download my sisters pictures. Two weeks later and still working just like new. If anyone else want to test their compactflash card through a washing machine, go ahead and I'll wait for the results. In the mean time, SanDisk has my attention!

4-0 out of 5 stars Huge cappacity, but less compatibility...
With 512 Mega, it can store anything that you want to keep.
But be careful when you plan to upgrade your Compact Flash Card.
Some items can not read this CF Card. My camera (Canon S-20) can only take up to 256MB.
Check your manual before getting one of this.
And also, this Card cost slightly more than the 256Mb.
256MB Sandisk's CF Card cost $0.625 per Mega
but
512MB Sandisk's CD Card cost $0.664 per Mega.

I suggest you to take two 256MB, which cost less (you save about $20 when you get two 256 instead of 512)
(These price based on amazon.com's price on Oct 3rd 01) ... Read more


166. SanDisk SDDR-22-01 Floppy Drive Adapter
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00005A3I7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 34348
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167. SanDisk SDDR-75-07 CF - SmartMedia USB Combo Rdr
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B000068UXB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 10161
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk's ImageMate Dual Reader SDDR-75 is a handy external CompactFlash and SmartMedia card reader that connects to your computer through its USB port. Its two memory card slots let you write data to and read data from flash memory without having to power up or even connect your digital media device (digital camera, handheld computer, digital music player, etc.) to the computer.

It's easy to use--just drag and drop your files. And you'll save precious battery power when you let the ImageMate, rather than your portable device, transfer your files. Minimum system requirements for Windows are a Pentium-class PC with USB support; Windows 98, 98 SE, 2000, Me, or XP; and a CD-ROM drive. Macintosh requirements are a computer with USB support running Mac OS 8.6, 9.1x or later, or OS X v10.1.2 or later, and a CD-ROM drive. ... Read more

Features

  • External CompactFlash and SmartMedia card reader
  • Fast transfer--up to 50x faster than using a serial cable
  • Easy to use; just drag and drop your files
  • Saves batteries; let ImageMate (not your portable device) transfer your files
  • Connects to your computer through its USB port

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simple!
I'm running Windows XP so there was no need to install software or drivers for this device. I simply plugged the USB cable in, restarted the computer and used the card reader as I would any other floppy drive. Very simple. Works great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Tough to beat for value...
If your needs are for either a compact flash or smart media card reader, the SanDisk ImageMate is hard to beat. The device reads both types of media, is very inexpensive, and transfers data at a relatively high rate.

ImageMate connects to your computer via a USB connector, and if your OS is Windows ME or EP, the device is immediately recognized without installing any software. If you are running Windows 2000, 98 or 98SE, a CD with the required software and drivers is provided.

This device was connected to both my desktop and laptop computers, and was recognized by each without any problems. The port for each type of media, is assigned a separate drive letter. My primary use for the reader, was to transfer of digital images from both types of media.

In some cases, your normal downloading software may automatically open, and you can download images using that program. Otherwise you can use the basic drag and drop method, using Windows Explorer or an image viewing program like ACDSee. Use the method you prefer best. Just remember NOT to remove any media while the transfer light is blinking.

Once you have the method of transfer down, you're all set. Speed of transfer leaves little to complain about, and the unit is very compact. The integral USB cord is about 6 inches long, and is stored in the base of the device. A very handy design. A separate 3 foot long USB extension cord is also provided should, it be required. Considering the low price, ease of use, and good performance, this device is and an excellent value that is hard to beat.

1-0 out of 5 stars incompatible with SimpleTech 256MB
unfortunately there were no reports on incompatibility when I was buying this piece of equipment (read "junk"), now they are starting to appear. This cardreader worked only with SanDisk compactflash and did not work properly with my SimpleTech 256MB. I contacted SanDisk tech support via email and it was less than helpful, the only thing they suggested is to return/replace the card. But why would I do this if the card works perfectly with my Canon camera as well as with my new cardreader TravelFlash M280 (http://www.pqi.com.tw). SanDisk made a deffective product and they refuse to even look into the problem.
Update: SanDisk recognized the problem: "There is a known compatibility issue with the SDDR-75 and the newer CF cards. We can provide an exchange for an SDDR-91 (USB 2.0 CompactFlash reader)."

1-0 out of 5 stars Incompatible with other brands
I bought the SDDR-75 with a sandisk 128 meg card last Christmas. The reader works fine only with the Sandisk CF card. I have a Lexar 256 meg CF card and a SimpleTech 256 Meg CF card. Both cards works fine in my Cannon camera, however, when I try to use either of these cards in the Sandisk reader, I get corrupted file transfers. I have since bought a Lexar CF card reader (USB of course) which works perfectly on all 3 brands of CF which I own. I would NOT recommend buying this reader!

1-0 out of 5 stars Had two of them die on me
I bought the SanDisk ImageMate CF-SM together with a SanDisk 128MB CompactFlash card in order to transfer files between computers. The device worked fine for about three months before the CompactFlash card started corrupting files. Since the card was under warranty, I was able to replace it for free. However, I was experiencing file corruption with the new card as well. I tried the card in another reader and it worked fine. It turned out that the reader was bad.

A friend of mine experienced the same problem with his ImageMate CF-SM reader as well.

Because of these problems, and because reader has been on the market for a few years and isn't the fastest or the most featureful around, I do not recommend it. ... Read more


168. 256MB Mini Cruzer USB 2.0 Flash / Pen Drive Retail
list price: $63.00
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Asin: B0002Y2FRU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sandisk
Sales Rank: 6513
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Product Description

Sandisk Cruzer USB Mini FlashDrive 256MB Specifications: Type:USB Flash driver Capacity: 256MB Interface: USB Special Feature: Small size and easy to use No drivers required for 2000, ME, XP Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified for fast data transfer . ... Read more

Features

  • Type:USB Flash driver
  • Capacity: 256MB
  • Interface: USB
  • Special Feature: Small size and easy to use No drivers required for

169. SanDisk 128 MB SmartMedia Card
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005ICE3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 3632
Average Customer Review: 4.61 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

SanDisk SmartMedia cards are the perfect solution when you're looking for portable, easy-to-use storage for images, audio files, data, and other digital files. SmartMedia cards are light and easy to carry, and they work interchangeably with PCs and laptops. They're easier to transport than a stack of floppy diskettes, and give you more storage capacity and greater ease of use. ... Read more

Features

  • 128 MB removable data card
  • Compatible with any device utilizing SmartMedia cards
  • High transfer rate for quick copy/download
  • Store multiple data types on a single card
  • Unaffected by extreme temperatures

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great price for Great Quality - SanDisk!
You can't go wrong with SanDisk cards! I use my memory cards under heavy heavy usage for digital imagery and audio. My cards get beaten on as they get pulled out of and pushed into many different devices. Oftentimes, I don't bother to turn off power. I've never had a single SanDisk card go bad ever! I now buy them exclusively.

5-0 out of 5 stars San inSanity!
This media has been perfectly reliable in capture and download through a Olympus C3040. With comparos between the Sony Memory disk and compact flash card twice the thickness, there's very little difference in r/w that I can notice. Using the 5-shot digital 'auto-winder' on the Olympus the card sucks the data down no problem. Even with repeated semi-auto firing, the memory card performs decently. It does lag at 2048x1536 (medium quality) and it will do more so at higher levels - but it's no worse than other formats. USB download through OEM cables is rapid quick compared to the slower compact flash on Kodak DC265 for some reason.

The size is unbeatable. The wear and long term use is something to keep an eye on with the contacts exposed compared to the other formats. At this price, I have no complaints buying a bunch and shooting without capacity worries.

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely great !
What more can I say except that they work flawlessly with my Fuji 2600 camera ?

The card has never given me any problem for last 2 months. I have used it to its full capacity couple of times. And its worth its price since the 64MB also costs a similar price.

Sandisk has a 5 year warranty on the card, which I think should be sufficient given the way the memory cards have been increasing in their capacity and the increase in MP's of digicams.

If are using a Sandisk rebate offer, they do have a rebate phone line to call & inquire about your status. I haven't got mine back yet but beleive that I will. ... So you can count on the rebate offer to lower your price....

Also there have been some concerns with using a 128MB card in place of 32 or 64 makes your camera slower ? Well as far I have observed, the camera is sligthly slower when starting the review for pictures on the camera. Other than this (expected) slowness, there's none to it. The smartmedia cards of all sizes have same speeds, unlike compact flash cards.

Update : I got the rebate back from Sandisk, so you can count on it !

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value for the price
Have been using this card with my Fuji digital camera for over an year and have no problem with it at all. The huge storage was a plus as I was able to easily store over couple hundred of 2-megapixel images without a sweat (JPEG compressed). The size is very compact comparing to other digital media storages. I am thinking of getting a couple more myself so I wouldn't have to worry about running out of space for my next big trip.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good price, outstanding card
I have an Olympus digital camera, was thinking about on purchasing an Olympus Card, but, why? Just to able to take "panoramic" photos? So, for the price, I choose the SanDisk, a to my surprise, the card is just great, had no problems since I bought it (2 months ago) and had been using it over and over. ... Read more


170. SanDisk 16 MB MultiMedia Card (SDMB-16-470)
list price: $30.00
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Asin: B00001RMD5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 18509
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

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

Features

  • 16 MB memory
  • Guaranteed compatible with all MultiMediaCard (MMC) devices
  • Rugged digital data storage
  • Designed for portable Internet music players, smart phones, and digital camcorders
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars No comment
How could I give you my opinion on the product that I have not received?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Memory Card
I use it in my digital camera. There isn't much to say about it. I use it, it saves my pictures, I like it.

5-0 out of 5 stars SanDisk 16 MB
I use this product in my Casio EM-500. It gives me a total of 32 megs of ram which is enough for now. The card has proven it's reliability to me which I use for backup. I will probably increase my ram later. Remember the first rule concerning any kind of pc, ALWAYS BACK UP YOUR DATA.

Aaron

4-0 out of 5 stars Err, they do in fact wear out...eventually.
There are always a finite number of writes until the media is "worn out".

5-0 out of 5 stars SNDK MMC are great
Having bought a digital camera (Nikon 950, which uses a compact flash card). I was so thrilled and awe at using these little cards for storing digital music that I bought into the company....Sure 16MB or 32MB isn't alot, but the 64 and the 128 will be out shortly, after that you'll undoubtly see the 256 & 512MB, along with the 1024MB/1Gig. You do know that this type of memory will replace the traditional video tape in the coming future. And the neat thing about it all is that the products never wear out. Go SNDK. ... Read more


171. SanDisk SDDR-86-07 6 in 1 USB 2.0 Hi-speed Reader
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00006OX95
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 11457
Average Customer Review: 2.91 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The ImageMate 6-in-1 Reader/Writer is the first-of-its kind; a hi-speed USB 2.0 multi-card reader/writer that connects to your computer's USB 2.0 port. Because USB 2.0 devices are backwards compatible with USB 1.1 ports, the ImageMate 6-in-1 Reader/Writer will work with all existing USB ports. The ImageMate 6-in-1 provides the ability to write data to and read data from flash memory without connecting your digital device (digital camera, handheld computer, digital music player, etc.) directly to a computer.

SanDisk's ImageMate 6-in-1 Reader/Writer is the fastest way today to transfer pictures, music, data and more to and from your computer. It accepts the following memory types: CompactFlash Type I and II, SmartMedia, Memory Stick, MultiMediaCard, and Secure Digital Cards. ... Read more

Features

  • Hi-Speed USB 2.0 certified for fastest data transfer, with backwards compatiblity with all USB 1.1 ports
  • All four memory slots are active, which allows you to copy data between the different memory cards at the same time
  • Separate reader and docking station for quick desktop/laptop connectivity
  • Easy to use; just drag and drop your files
  • Compatible with Windows 98 SE, ME, 2000, XP and Macintosh OS 9.1x+ and OS X v10.1.2+

Reviews (47)

2-0 out of 5 stars If only it worked...
I bought this after reading a few reviews and decided to take a chance. This product was a definite waste of my time. The look and quality of this reader is substantial for the price. The only problem I had was that it only worked occasionally. I have a 256mb lexar 12x compact flash for my digital camera and it seemed to work w/out any problems on my Windows XP. I have a 128mb Sandisk memory stickwhich I use for my clie nx70v and my system froze each time. I used a lexar memory stick and it worked half the time w/out crashing. I emailed Sandisk support and they were very responsive, but unfortunately had no helpful conclusions. I finally had to return this reader and purchased a Dazzle 6 in 1 reader and every card I had worked fine w/out any problems-even though it isn't a usb 2.0 reader.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sandisk 6 in1 has it's limits
I have tried it with a 512 Sandisk SD memory card. 1st on a win98SE laptop platform, & subsequently on a WinXP desktop w/ USB 2.0

In both cases the process starts OK & then stall @ about 15 Second left when copying to the HD on the pc with files over 1MB.
The PC then locks up.

In win98, a newer driver must be downloaded from Sandisk's website.
In Win Xp no driver required.
Each port shows up as a different drive letter to allow copying from one type card to another.
When the disc copy option is selected only options for other media in this device are listed, along with floppie ( Not HD's ).

2-0 out of 5 stars DONOT WASTE MONEY ON IT
looks and Feel great, read 32M CF card and SD card is ok, but not read the 256M CF card. Try to get another brand now :(

5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine with XP Home on Pentium 2.4
I plugged it into a free usb 2.0 port and 3 mins later it was ready to use. I have only tried it with a smartmedia card and it works well. I tried it with WIN 2000 SP 2 and no go, it really does have to be SP 3 or better to work with WIN 2000.

I took 68 pics with my fuji 4800 today at 4MP resolution (interpolated), took out the smartmedia card and put it in the sandisk 6 in 1 for transfer... believe me it is very fast compared to making the transfer from my camera (at USB 1.1) Pics showed up almost instantly in Windows Explorer, seconds later I was slideshowing in Picasa!!. So far no complaints..it's fast and very mobile. It does what I want it to do.

I'm a happy customer !

3-0 out of 5 stars I hope the store will take this one back ...
I've had a [$$$]SD reader for some time but it's a USB 1.1 and even waiting for the folders to open was too long for me.

I shopped (too quickly) for a 6 in 1 (now 8 in 1's out there) and picked up this SanDisk USB 2.0 reader. After taking a lot of pictures I couldn't wait to plug it in and ...wooosshhh... them onto my hard drive.

No go ... I plugged it in and XP did its bit to auto-install the drivers and then told me that the drive was unavailable "J:\ refers to a location that is unavailable. It could be on a hard drive on this computer, ...". After some digging around I realized that Norton AV auto-protect disables the drive because it considers the SD card to be a boot drive - DISABLING NAV allows this card to work just fine thus far.

So, it it NAV fault or SanDisk? - no idea but until I find out that all readers do this then I'll be trying to return this one. Now I'm off to remove drives H,I,J,K,L,M from my computer.

If you don't have NAV auto-enabled then this card reader may be just the one for you.

PK ... Read more


172. Sandisk 128MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00024741W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 14522
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Product Description

The SD Card is a highly secure stamp-sized flash memory card. ... Read more

Features

  • Memory Size: 128 MB
  • Type: Secure Digital
  • Security: Cryptographic Security

173. SanDisk 32 MB MultiMedia Card (SDMB-32-470)
list price: $50.00
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Asin: B0000488VM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 13204
Average Customer Review: 3.42 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The SanDisk MultiMediaCard is a small, removable flash storage device, designed specifically for applications that require low power and high performance. The MultiMedia card stores up to 32 MB of music, images, data, or voice recordings, offering reliable, compact storage for Internet music players, voice recorders, smart phones, and digital camcorders. Requiring no power to maintain the stored data, the MultiMediaCard extends system battery life, making it an ideal storage medium for portable, battery-powered devices. SanDisk guarantees the compatibility of the MultiMediaCard with any MultiMediaCard device. ... Read more

Features

  • Very small removable flash storage
  • 32 MB storage capacity
  • Designed for portable Internet music players, smart phones, and digital camcorders
  • Guaranteed compatibility with any MultiMediaCard device
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars For one hour of music pleasure
I have an audiovox MP3 player, which is built-in 32MB memroy, expandable to 64 MB. The optional, expandable storage uses a memory device called MMC (MultiMedia Crad),a relatively new kind of flash card that's been out since last fall. Sandisk was the original patent holder. Have been using the MP3 player for a while, I found out the built-in 32MB is really too small, it's not even enough for one hour of workout time. so I look around and bought the SDMB 32MB MultiMedia Card. After plug-in the MMC card to my player, I got a whopping 64MB storage. It's fully compatiable. and Now I can store double MP3 music on it. and have one hour of pleasure.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Palm PDAs
Although this device will work on a Palm, it will perform
very, very slowly compared to other brands, e.g. SimpleTech.

Search the internet for "write performance" and SanDisk and you
will find objective evidence of this. Buy one of each brand and
you will experience it for yourself.

Example: Kinoma movies with sound in highest quality will not
play properly on SanDisk but will on SimpleTech. A collection
of 20 files totalling 15MBytes will at times take over one
hour to load on SanDisk.

If you're putting this in a Palm PDA, don't, buy a competing
brand.

4-0 out of 5 stars Want to expand your PDA? This should do the trick...
It was inevitable...just like home PC's when they started to become so popular, we figured that 64MB was more than we could POSSIBLY need...but little did we know just how convenient technology would make the storage of memory...and now it's not unusual to find computers that can hold TERA-Bytes of memory, and PDA users are discovering that the standard 8MB's of memory just isn't enough anymore.

I cannot tell you how happy I am that I chose to spend a little more to get a Palm device that could upgrade with the expansion slot. At first I didn't think I was EVER going to fill up all
7.7MB's of available memory my Palm m125 came standard with... but I took the gamble on the off chance that one day in the distant future I just MIGHT reach the end to the memory on my trusted, and well-used PDA. Well, I reached the end...rather quickly as a matter of fact. So now we have several choices to make to fix the situation...you can choose from quite a few different expansion cards available on the market today, but in my opinion, going with the SanDisk 32MB Multi Media Card (MMC) is THE way to go. Sure, you can buy the 16MB card distributed by the Palm Company...but the SanDisk cards are MUCH cheaper... make that WAY big time less expensive. For example, I got a SanDisk 32MB card for LESS than what the Palm 16MB card costs.
Now I originally wanted the smaller 16MB card, but I figured since I went through the original memory much faster than I had anticipated, why not get an ADDITIONAL 16MB's for LESS money?

A couple of important things to think about when making this purchase: be FOREWARNED...it will take your Palm a few extra seconds to access programs on your expansion card than it would if the program was directly in the existing internal memory... but in all honesty, this is NOT the HUGE inconvenience that some reviewers would have you believe -- unless of course waiting an extra 1.5 seconds IS a big deal to you. One more thing, and what ultimately made me give this 4 stars instead of 5, is that I planned on moving practically everything on my Palm that I don't use multiple times a day over to my card...but all of the copyright protected programs will NOT allow you to copy over to the expansion card. Programs like your Address files, Date Book, Memo Pad, my QuickWord, the To Do List...which means that you can only free up just SO MUCH space on your Palm. I understand copyright situations and how many people take advantage of this, so ultimately I am not upset about it, but I must admit it frustrated me for a day or so. Other than that, this was money well spent for a great product that has given me the chance to do so much more with my PDA than I expected it to when I first bought it. How many products do you pay good money for end up doing a LOT more for you than you expected? Not many that I'm aware of. All in all, a VERY worthwhile expense -- especially if you plan on getting the most out of your hand held.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Accessory
I have never filled this card up yet! It holds a tremendous number of pictures.

1-0 out of 5 stars This product is a scam!
I purchased this product for 40$ at a differant retail store for my AudioVox Mp1000 Mp3 Player. The product and its reviews state "Guaranteed compatibility with any MultiMediaCard device"
That is a complete lie, every time I tried using the card it would say "Please connect the Mp1000." Since the box was opeaned I never got a refund. When I tried my friend's Hitachi Card to see if the palyer was defective, it worked. ... Read more


174. SanDisk 32 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $44.99
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Asin: B00001RMCY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 8394
Average Customer Review: 4.22 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 handheld PCs. ... Read more

Features

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

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Super storage at the right price!
I have a 32 MB Sandisk Compact Flash card for my Nikon Coolpix 950, a 2-megapixel digital cam. This card will allow you to record about 50 pictures at the standard (640x480) resolution, so if you find you're not a 'power user' of your camera, it should be plenty - and the dollars-to-megabyte ratio is right!

However, if you regularly shoot at higher resolutions such as 1600x1200 (i.e. 8" x 10" photo quality), you won't be able to fit 20 photos on this card. In that event, you might want to think about going for their 96MB card (also available from Amazon!)

With this size card you might also want to think about going for Sandisk's inexpensive USB card reader - it's up to 50x as fast and a lot less hassle than hooking the camera up to the computer!

5-0 out of 5 stars A necessity for digital camera users!
Unless you carry a notebook computer to constantly dump your digital camera images to, you will likely have noticed that the memory card that came with your digital camera fills up rather quickly, especially at higher resolutions. Why camera companies are unwilling to shell out the extra few dollars for larger capacity cards to include with their products is a mystery of marketing, but the fact that the dinky 4, 8 and 16 MB cards fill up with photos of family and adventures rather quickly. That's why this little card is such a gem.

32MB is a good compromise in the size/cost ratio, although the 48MB and 64MB cards are also a good deal. The Sandisk brand is a relative unknown to the consumer -- at least under that name. Sandisk supposedly makes memory cards and sells them directly to the camera manufacturers, so chances are the card that came with your camera is made by them. As far as reliability goes, the memory works just as well and holds just as much as better known name brands which cost tens of dollars more.

All in all, the Sandisk memory is a good product at a good price, and it will make your digital picture taking so much more enjoyable as you forget about having to pace yourself concerning the amount of photos you take!

5-0 out of 5 stars **Go Crazy**
At 1024 x 768 resolution, this memory card holds 200-390 images on my Polaroid PDC-700 camera (that's like 8-16 rolls of film). The price and capacity are just right for weekend trips or special events. **Go crazy** and take pictures of anything and everything that catches your eye!

I took 89 pictures in 5 hours at my company's "Relay for Life" event on Friday, and really enjoyed not having to "budget" my photos or worry about running out of film. The image quality was excellent, and downloading was quick & easy with a digital film reader.

I'm planning a 2-week trip to Spain this fall, and am considering an additional 32MB SanDisk memory card just in case I get **Too Crazy**. Does anyone know if they make a storage case for spare memory cards?

5-0 out of 5 stars SanDisk and Viking are the top names in CompactFlash Cards
I didn't realize that there are large differences between brands of CompactFlash cards until I purchased (thinking that I was saving money) an inferior, "no name" brand. The generic card literally fell apart on me.

After making that mistake, I researched through the tech boards and unequivically, the SanDisk and the Viking disks received the best reviews and the highest ratings.

I chose the SanDisk brand because its price was better than the Viking's without foregoing the quality as I had done previously.

This is a great buy at the current, discounted price. Take advantage of it while the sale price is still available!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works with everything
The SanDisk card works perfectly with both my digital camera and Visor Prism's MemPlug card. The MemPlug module, by PiTech, allows a Handspring Visor to use a CompactFlash (or SmartMedia) card as if it were an extension of the hand held's own RAM. I made the mistake of initially purchasing a CompUSA CompactFlash card but had to return it when it proved to be incompatible. The SanDisk is a winner. ... Read more


175. SanDisk Imagemate USB MultiMedia Card Reader (SDDR-12-01)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00004Z70F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 14168
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Worked in XP for me!
This reader worked in Windows XP for me! I just plugged it into my USB hub and it was recognized as a drive. I did not load the installation disk, like some others have done. It's using XP's native drivers.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not upgradeable
Easy to use and install until you upgrade to Windows XP. Program can't be removed after upgrade and and there is no driver from SanDisk to support XP. Consider Microtech Zio.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect Out of the box
Though it's documentation is third world, installation was so easy, I didn't deduct points. I popped in the CD, clicked "English," then the correct Multimedia card image (the one, perhaps. tricky, point) and 15 seconds latter, I was rebooting. When I came back up, the lights on my now-USB-connected drive, indicated success and my 64 MB card (which effortlessly slipped in and out of the slot), was recognized as a new drive. File manipulation is easy; just pay attention to using the proper file-tree protocol, so the hand-held recognizes where the files are.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Positive Review
This SanDisk Imagemate has worked very well with both Windows 98 and Windows 2000 Professional. I have not had luck with an IBM Thinkpad running Windows NT, due to NT's lack of support for USB. Access time is equivalent or faster than any standard IDE hard drive. By far the fastest way to transfer data off of your smart media. ...

1-0 out of 5 stars Do NOT buy this product if you have a mac
First, SanDisk tech support is horrendous.

Second, the product doesn't work with System 8.

Third, the product generates a "Bus Error" with System 9.0.

And at every step along the way, SanDisk will tell you a different story about why. Save your money and buy something else. Now I have to! ... Read more


176. SanDisk 96 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $100.00
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Asin: B00004T3FB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 16508
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The size of a matchbook and weighing only half an ounce, the 96 MBCompactFlash card from SanDisk is an ultrasmall removable data-storage system.CompactFlash has built-in, industry-standard compatibility because the 50-pincard can easily be slipped into a passive 68-pin Type II adapter card that fullymeets PC Card electrical and mechanical interface specifications.

CompactFlash is widely used in mobile products including digital cameras, PDAs,Handheld PCs, personal communicators, medical monitors, and audio recordersbecause it expands their functionality and allows them to be smaller andlighter.

The SanDisk 96 MB CompactFlash card comes with a lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

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

Reviews (8)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works without problems in Coolpix 950
I bought this chip for my digital camera, a Nikon Coolpix 950. In web mode, you can store about 1000 pictures on it, and in high resolution mode (about 2 MPixels) you can store about 50 pictures. It worked fine out of the box in the camera. The only problem as noted by others here, is that no case is included to hold the card. Considering the plastic case that came with my camera must have cost a fraction of a cent to produce, I think SanDisk should include this in future product offerings. It's very annoying that they didn't include it. Since all of these cards pretty much work the same, I think price should be the main determination of which one to buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
I have a cannon S100, and I have been taking up to 170 photos in medium quality (enough to print a 10x8" high quality picture). You can be a day taking pictures without being worry about memory.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Price, Works Well
Bought this card along with my Elph S100. This size card fits plenty of shots at a good price. I have had no problems with it. Yes, it does not come with a case but all I need is one case. Given the size of my camera and the storage space, I actually did not care to have a case.

2-0 out of 5 stars I had major downloading problems with this one
This flash memory card offered good storage capacity per dollar (about $1 per Meg) and works fine in my camera (a Kodak 4800 that I had used with Kodak 16 Meg and Viking 32 Meg cards), but when I tried to download the pictures to my iMac, all hell broke loose. I get error messages saying that there is not enough memory to download the thumbnnails, but no amount of memory reallocation seems to work, and the problems I have been getting are nonreproducible. The person at the Kodak help line was sympathetic but said he could not solve the problem with a non-Kodak product. They offered to transfer my 250 pictures from the Sandisk onto a CD-rom for free once, but I can't do this every time I use the darned card.

SanDisk offers no troubleshooting help line.

I wish I'd bought a Kodak or Viking card now. Sandisk is also chintzy not providing a plastic protective disc container, as others do.

4-0 out of 5 stars Quite good, but 1 minor drawback
I actually bought a pair of the SanDisk 96MB Compact Flash cards to use with my Nikon CoolPix 990 on a 2 week trip to Hawaii. They worked great! They are large enough that I could shoot at a higher resolution & still take plent of shots. The one thing that I found to be irritating was that the card doesn't come with ANY kind of protective case. Even the 16MB Lexar Compact Flash card that came with my camera had a nice, hard plastic, form fitting, protective case. I managed to come up with a protective case (not quite the right size), but it would have been nice if SanDisk had packaged one with the card. Also, I have seen the price of some competing 96MB cards be a bit cheaper, but have no real regrets about what I spent. ... Read more


177. SanDisk 32 MB Secure Digital Card
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B000069V34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 16279
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 32 MB secure digital card
  • Cryptographic security for copyrighted data
  • High 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

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good as others....becoming obsolete.
With the advent of 64 mb native memory and the high memory demands of pdas and cameras, the memory capacity of this chip is almost quaint.
However, it does provide excellent response and reliable storage.

3-0 out of 5 stars Short on stated memory
I realize that 32 mb means 32 million bytes which is actually less than 32 mb. SanDisk shortchanges that figure and you don't get nearly what you are paying for. I have 32 mb cards from other manufacturers and they all give substantially more memory than SanDisk. The cards work fine...

4-0 out of 5 stars This is a superb secure digital card
I have been cheeking this card out for a while and i have compared its price, size and warrenty to all the others.I would have to save scan disk did it again. they offer in ,my opinion, the best secure digital 32mb card out there. The things that turned me onto this is the great price, the excellent warrenty and of course the drop pertection. I have broken a fex before by droping them when taking the m out but i hope i wont drop this one, and if i do it most likely wont break!! ... Read more


178. SanDisk 64 MB Mini SD Card

our price: $16.59
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Asin: B000243DF8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 9556
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Features

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

179. Sandisk 512 MB Extreme Memory Stick Pro

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Asin: B0002I6YQE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 12899
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Features

  • Delivers a minimum write speed of 9 megabytes (MB) per second and minimum read speed of 10MB a second
  • Lifetime warranty
  • widest operating temperature range among flash memory cards (-13F to +185F), a significant asset to many professional photographers who sometimes must shoot pictures in boiling desert conditions or frigid locales.

180. Sandisk 256MB 60x Extreme Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card

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Asin: B00019P5X2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 7059
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Product Description

SanDisk Extreme cards are ideally suited for high performance digital cameras from Canon, Kodak, Nikon, Olympus and other companies, when operating in regions of extreme hot or cold weather conditions. Featuring sustained write speeds of 9 megabytes (MB) per second and read speeds of 10 MB per second, these new cards offer fast performance and allow very fast downloading of images. Each SanDisk Extreme card includes RescuePRO software to allow photographers to easily recover accidentally deleted images, lost digital images or data from SanDisk Extreme or any other SD-certified cards. RescuePRO is compatible with both Windows and Mac and requires no driver download or special card reader. ... Read more


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