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1. Kingston KVR-PC133/256-R SDRAM
$60.99 $58.00 list()
2. Viking GW2700DDR/256S 256MB Non-ECC
$94.99 $72.75 list($279.99)
3. Viking 1 GB CompactFlash Card
$51.99 $39.99 list($141.99)
4. Viking CF512M 512 MB CompactFlash
$26.49 $23.74 list($74.99)
5. Viking CF256M 256 MB CompactFlash
$31.69 $25.99 list($54.99)
6. Viking 128 MB SmartMedia Card
$30.39 $25.80 list($69.99)
7. Viking 128 MB Secure Digital Card
$105.99 list($324.99)
8. Viking 1 GB CompactFlash Card
$20.99 $11.98 list($49.99)
9. Viking 128 MB CompactFlash Card
$21.99 $21.95 list($47.99)
10. Viking 64 MB SmartMedia Card (SSFDC3/64)
$106.00
11. Viking DDR64X64PC2100 512MB DDR266/PC2100
$67.99 list()
12. Viking 512 MB CompactFlash (CF512M-VC)
$54.99 list($103.99)
13. Viking PC13332X64-CL3 256MB PC133
$46.99 list($74.99)
14. Viking CF256M-P 256 MB Compact
$35.99 list($133.77)
15. Viking 256 MB CompactFlash (CF256M-VC)
$3.79 list($24.99)
16. Viking PC Card CompactFlash Adapter
$30.00 list($67.99)
17. Viking 64 MB MultiMedia Card
$14.40 list($23.08)
18. Viking 32 MB SmartMedia Card (SSFDC3/32)
$37.04 list($70.99)
19. Viking 48 MB Dual Voltage ATA
$105.99 list()
20. Viking PC13364X64-CL3 512MB PC133

1. Kingston KVR-PC133/256-R SDRAM Memory Upgrade For Desktop Computers, 256MB, PC133

Asin: B00006IFOR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kingston Technologies
Sales Rank: 30290
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2. Viking GW2700DDR/256S 256MB Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR333/PC2700 SODIMM

our price: $60.99
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Asin: B0002EQEHW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Proprietary
Sales Rank: 30737
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT a DIMM
This is not DIMM memory; it is listed incorrectly. It is SODIMM memory, for a laptop. Save yourself the hassle of the return, not to mention the three week wait to ship.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is mis-labeled
This is actually SO DIMM and not DIMM memory and is intended for some Gateway Laptops, per Vikings web site. Even dealnews has this misclassified in their dealram site because of Amazon's mis-labeling. Amazon's RMA process, though, is quite good. ... Read more


3. Viking 1 GB CompactFlash Card (CF1GB)
list price: $279.99
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B000083DY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 1614
Average Customer Review: 3.13 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance and durability
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, every time
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Useful 1GB Compact Flash card
After upgrading from a 3.2 megapixel digital camera (canon S20) to the 4.0 megapixel (canon s400), it was time to eliminate the somewhat useless 16 MB, 32 MB, and 64 MB Compact Flash cards from my arsenal of digital photography gear.

I have kept 128 MB, 256 MB, and 512 MB compact flash cards, but have found the Viking 1 GB compact flash to write and read quickly (in part on canon's new image processing and buffering in the S400 powershot camera).

Although I debated using a multispeed USB enhanced "digital film" product, for the price this Viking CF card is the best value currently (12 June 2003) available given the rebate and free ground shipping at Amazon.com.

I would recommend this product to other digital photographers, especially with the latest 4 and 5 megapixel cameras.

1-0 out of 5 stars Card Errors, Service disapointment
The first time I used this card, it had card errors. 1 or 2 missing pictures. I reformatted it and kept using it without additional issues, but eventually it lost all my pictures on one shoot. I contacted Viking's 24/7 technical support, but they were closed, and I sent in the card for 24 hour replacement and received a replacement four business days later.

Though I am in the market for another 1 gigabyte card, and the Viking is presently the best price. I will not buy it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Hope it could be faster
I have CF cards from other manufacturer, including Viking.

Two things I noticed:

1)It used up the battery faster than other CF.

2)Response time to write is slower than others, so it is good for still pictures. I missed quite a few good picture moment for my 3 years old son as he played.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied
I have yet to experience any of the woes of other customers with viking memory. I have owned 2 other cards from them in the past in addition to this one. However, I am shopping strictly on price so I am sure one can find better quality if they are willing to put forth the extra dough. Also one might consider the availability of the compact flash hard drives. If your item supports it, you can easily equip it with a 4GB hard drive that you can harvest from a Creative Nomad Muvo 2 mp3 player. Hope my review helped you out.

2-0 out of 5 stars Card died after 1 week
I used this card for about a week. I used it to store and listen to mp3 music. After about a week the card just died on me. I could not read from it or write to it. Could not format it with either my pocket pc or a usb card reader. I had to send it back for a refund. If you get a good one I suppose this would be a great value, but I'm hesitant getting another. ... Read more


4. Viking CF512M 512 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $141.99
our price: $51.99
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Asin: B00005MIS8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 395
Average Customer Review: 3.48 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second (8X) with independent test results exceeding 2.25 MB per second (15X)
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (65)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nothing better than a half-gig hard drive for your Pocket PC
It's probably a little early in the CF card's lifespan to write this review, but I'll focus on potential uses rather than reliability.

I basically bought the card for my HP Jornada 567 Pocket PC 2002. It already had 64 megs of memory, but I wanted more. I also already had a 256 MB card for my Nikon Coolpix 775, so this one was more for the handheld than anything else.

My HP can playback MP3's directly off the CF card without modification, and with drag-and-drop functionality from my notebook's hard drive, which is nice. That way I can store around a hundred songs for music on the go, which I typically listen to in the car, using a cassette adapter through the HP's headphone jack.

I also enjoy watching movies on the go, and with the downloadable Windows Media Encoder, I can reformat almost any movie file into .WMA format, and bring it with me. The card could conceivably store three full-length feature films at 192 x 144 resolution without much problem.

It's also great for carrying large text documents with you wherever you go...like, say, your novel, technical manuals, the Bible, as well as a couple dozen songs, and still have room for a movie or two...amazing! I don't know how I got around without this baby.

Another plus is that you will *never* run out of space while taking photos on vacation with your digital camera, even at the highest settings, unless you do field work for National Geographic.

So far, this card has changed my definition for personal entertainment and functionality. Viking makes pretty good hardware, too. Just watch out for any rebates they offer (there was no offer on *this* card, but be careful).

Now I'm just waiting for the Gigabyte card...

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad card for the price
I've had three Viking Compact Flash cards now that I've used with two cameras: a Canon Digital Elph S330 and Powershot G5. Although people have reported seemingly higher-than-average failures and errors with Viking's cards, neither of my 128MB cards or the 512MB I have for my Powershot have ever had a problem.

However, Viking doesn't exactly make the fastest cards on the market; higher resolution camera users will find the limited (1.5 Mb/s) transfer rate way too slow unless their cameras have a fairly large buffer; users needing exceptional speed may be advised to purchase a Sandisk Ultra II card (or better). Still, Viking's cards are an exceptional value for the price.

2-0 out of 5 stars The first three months it worked great, then died!
I really wanted to give this unit a good review because I really liked having the 512 megs available.

I've owned this card for the last 5 months and have been going back and forth with Viking to get it replaced. They are very efficient at giving a replacement but I have recieved defective replacement units twice so far and have been without it's use for almost two months. I paid twice what it is today which doesn't bother me (technology speed).

The replacements have not accepted any data beyond 58 meg and then crashed, no matter which computer, which CF reader, My laptop or PDA, it doesn't work and now I am frustrated. All my 256 meg Sandisk, Mr Flash and Kingston work fine. If you want a reliable CF card I think you may want to look elsewhere.

2-0 out of 5 stars Failed after a few uses.
I'm very disappointed at its quality. I give it 2 stars because I think if it doesn't fail, it's the cheapest one on the market.
I used it in my Canon G2 digital camera. I only have the chance to fill it up about 5 times. Yesterday, when I was in a garden to shoot pictures, it started to have CF error on the screen. And it consistantly failed at the location of 128M of 487M even I formatted it. With this experience, I don't have confidence to bring it with me on the trips. I'm buying other brand's cards even they're more expensive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Card For A Great Price
I use this card in my Canon Digital Rebel and it has performed flawlessly thus far. While using this card I have not experienced any errors, it writes as least as fast as the camera will shoot and no data loss has occurred.

I also purchased a USB 2.O card reader for it and am even more pleased with the speed at which I am able to access the data stored on the card.

Unless you are professional photographer who absolutely has to have the best in order to feed a family this is the card for you. Quality, performance, and a great value. ... Read more


5. Viking CF256M 256 MB CompactFlash Card
list price: $74.99
our price: $26.49
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Asin: B00005AC8J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 21
Average Customer Review: 3.69 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second (8X) with independent test results exceeding 2.25 MB per second (15X)
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (180)

5-0 out of 5 stars More memory than I know what to do with.
I popped this into my Canon S100 and with the default resolution, got a reading of 1478 shots available! That's an incredible amt of space and for someone heading off on an extended trip, it should be quite a boon. I have been following CF costs on a dollar-per-meg basis for some time, and while the newest & largest cards have tended to carry a premium, this one does not. It is roughly fifty cents per meg, less than 1/4 of what it cost per meg only 18 months ago!

5-0 out of 5 stars CF Memory Card Error can be avoided!
While I love the size of the card and really need that much memory for my Canon S40 (especially for my one week vacation and 250 photographs) I have to say that I lost 2 photographs... you might say that 2 out of 250 is pretty good, but if you take a photograph, frankly, you want to keep it.
When I took 16 photographs and downloaded I had no issues... but after taking 250 photographs the card started having CF Memory Errors in two places. Those errors meant that I could not download all my photographs in one go and had to download in batches. I was unable to rescue those two photographs and didn't feel like buying/using software to try and save them.
I have to admit that Viking's email tech support was very responsive and discussed formatting issues. The nice part about buying a known brand - they have a great return policy.

Right now the card is on probation - if it happens again, I'm returning it. I would probably buy another Viking card though.

Update: Since I have started formatting the card (via the camera menu option) after every trip and before I start a new batch of photographs, I haven't seen even one error. I have been on two very long trips and taken over 500 photographs. Have had mini-photo-sessions too. Formatting after I download them, seems to ensure that I have no issues with the card. Am still extremely happy with the amount of memory. Would recommend this card and brand to anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY
I've had to return this card TWICE to the manufacturer for a replacement. Due to some unknown cause, after submitting the card to different MILD climates the card ceases to function and even freezes my Canon camera, as a result I've lost TWICE all my valuable photos.
Viking says nothing, I suppose there embarassed.

Arturo

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for use with Canon
It seems nice enough, but is apparently incompatible with the Canon Powershot Digital Elphs. For use with those cameras, buy Sandisck instead. Seriously.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value in a CF card
I have two of these Viking Interworks 256 MB CF cards bought over a period of two years. Also have similar cards from Viking (non-Interworks), Lexar, and Sandisk. All work very well with no noticible performance difference among them in my Canon G2 and S400 cameras. All read fine and fast in my Sandisk USB CF reader.

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6. Viking 128 MB SmartMedia Card (SSFDC3/128)
list price: $54.99
our price: $31.69
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Asin: B00005AC8W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 172
Average Customer Review: 4.51 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Lightning fast read and write speeds allow you to get the best performance from your PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (69)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Value
Have owned 4 months. Bought 2 128MB cards. no problems for 3 months. camera stopped recognizing 1 of the cards, but Viking promptly replaced. Best customer service I,ve seen for a long time. rebate was extra slow to arrive, took about 3 months.

5-0 out of 5 stars are you sure this really works with olympus c3030?
I was able to use a 128Mb card in my olympus 3040, until today, when it suddenly stopped working. I think the thing I finally did was actually use more than 64Mb of space on the card. Suddenly the first 4 images on my card was corrupted, as though its file system wrapped around back to the beginning, and now the camera won't work with the card at all. It's as though the camera couldn't tell it was 128Mb card until data beyond the 64Mb limit was written.

The camera will not use the card no matter what I do, but I was able to copy 124Mb of data to the card via my PCMCIA adapter on my laptop, and read that data off to validate it. It worked fine.

Meanwhile, I have never actually seen any piece of olympus documentation ANYWHERE that says that anything greater than 64Mb is supported, including the olympus web site.

Anybody care to comment?

5-0 out of 5 stars At least this one works
In another review, I describe the negative experience I had with a Sandisk 128MB card. In summary, the card was defective and I lost 240 pictures. More recently, I have been using this Viking card and it has worked flawlessly, at least so far.

I have a 2 megapixel camera, and in HQ mode each photo is approximately 500K, and in SHQ mode 1MB. This means you can fit 256 or 128 photos in the respective modes. In my brief experience I have found the HQ mode sufficient for most photos, so for me this card stores the equivelant of 10 rolls of film. For my 2 megapixel camera, this has been a convenience. For those who plan to save even larger files, I would say that the 128MB size is essential. And with the falling prices on these cards, it makes more sense than ever to invest in a card this size.

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite simply wonderful
You'll get a lot of bang for your buck with card. I previously had an Olympus 32MB card. Going up to this Viking 128MB card was astonishing. I can now snap about 100 HUGE, very high quality images more than big enough for 8x10 photos, or over 500 photos big enough for your standard 4x6 photos. And now I snap away at vacations, special ocassions without worrying if the card is running out of room. I probably won't ever need to take the card out of the camera for anything. Although it's from a different manufacturer from my Olympus 32MB card and costs significantly less than their cards, there have been absolutely no problems whatsoever with this Viking card. I highly recommend this card and the inexpensive price makes the purchase even sweeter.

5-0 out of 5 stars works
Never remove your cards unless your camera is turned off. I use my card for recording music and I learned the hard way. Also keep the thing in its protecter and dont rub the coils on anything. Dont leave the card laying near any other electrical devices either. Your 5 yr warranty should be enclosed in the packaging. Theres also directions and warnings of what not to do with your card. Like dont put it in a microwave! The thing will last a lifetime! I still have some cards almost 5 years old. Still flawless! ... Read more


7. Viking 128 MB Secure Digital Card (SD128M-P)
list price: $69.99
our price: $30.39
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Asin: B00009M6UX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 86
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Lightning fast read and write speeds allow you to get the best performance from your PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Cake!!
I bought this for an HP 735 digital camera. I popped it in, and turned the camera on. DONE!!! No muss, no fuss, no formatting or anything. I've been using it a lot for several weeks. There have not been any glitches of any sort. Write speed seems "about right" compared to other SD cards I've used. Don't know what more to say. It works fine. ... Read more


8. Viking 1 GB CompactFlash Card (CF1GB-P)
list price: $324.99
our price: $105.99
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Asin: B00009M6V2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 4001
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9. Viking 128 MB CompactFlash Card (CF128M)
list price: $49.99
our price: $20.99
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Asin: B00003G1RG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 125
Average Customer Review: 4.49 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second (8X) with independent test results exceeding 2.25 MB per second (15X)
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (194)

5-0 out of 5 stars Buy this or a microdrive
If you've had a 2 mega-pixel or above camera for more than a few days then you've realized that an 8 or 16 mb memory card is not going to cut it. In my opinion, you really have two good alternatives. (1) a good capacity compactflash memory card like this Viking card, or (2) one of the microdrives.

This 128 mb Viking memory card is a good value on a cost per megabyte basis (I have not seen a better compactflash value anywhere), and it offers more peace of mind since it has no moving parts. However, the microdrive does cost less per megabyte (in fact, for the same cost you'll get 340 mb of storage vs. 128 mb with the Viking), although you'll have a miniature hard drive to worry about in terms of potential lost photos.

I've got both, but I'll only use the microdrive on long trips where I know I'll need the storage space. And then I'mn exceptionally careful with it. Most people will be happier going the compactflash route, in which case this Viking card is the best value and very reliable. I'm very pleased with it. Go ahead, it's pretty much an essential accessory.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very good value, good performance
I shoot digital pictures -- lots of them. 64MB CF cards just don't cut it anymore, especially with really high-quality TIFF or RAW images; being able to store only five TIFFs before changing cards is just irritating. [And, of course, it's very nice to be able to store over 1000 meduim-quality compressed images, too -- great for those vacation pictures or shots of your kid's school play!]

So, Viking's 128MB card is a pretty good performer, and I certainly can't complain about the price. It may not be the fastest CF card on the block, but I'm just not ready to shell out $... for a Lexar pro series card that'll store images faster. I'm happy to pay $... less, and wait a few seconds per image. And, of course, if you're using the card for MP3 or program storage (such as for a Pocket PC), you probably won't notice much difference anyway -- you write a file once, and retrieval speed is usually no problem.

I'm happy with my Viking card -- so happy I'm buying another.

1-0 out of 5 stars Junk Card! Don't go for it
I bought this 4 weeks back. When I try to shoot quick events (like fire works, baby smile etc,) by the time I get the picture the actual event what ever I intend to shoot goes off! It has very bad write speed. It's good for taking slow pictures of still objects only.

1-0 out of 5 stars lost all my images the first time I used it.
I bought this card right before my sons 3rd birthday. After the 10th shot, I lost all of the images. It is also very slow. This card is going in the trash can.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value for money!
I bought a 128 MB card a year ago and in December it got soaked in water at a Disney waterpark. I fished it out of the camera, saw it was completely soaked. So hoping for the best I dried it with the hotel hair dryer (on cool) as it had all my Disney vacation pics on it..and I could not bear to throw it away without checking. Wonder of wonders it still worked though my Canon A70 camera had no such luck, and I was able to download all my photos. I am still using it everyday since then in my new Canon camera as I am an avid photographer. I take about 30-40 pictures a day and delete them at the end of the day once I download them onto my computer. I am quite happy with it as even with a 4 MP camera on high resolution it gives me enough memory for about a 100 photos and since I download frequently to my laptop even when on vacation I have never needed more. All in all great value for money! ... Read more


10. Viking 64 MB SmartMedia Card (SSFDC3/64)
list price: $47.99
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B00004TENT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 1207
Average Customer Review: 4.62 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Lightning fast read and write speeds allow you to get the best performance from your PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (69)

5-0 out of 5 stars Who could ask for more?
I have the fuji 40i digital camera with mp3 player built in and movie camera with sound feature also. What a super camera, so small. But I found after loading my mp3's and taking my movies, I had no memory left for pics. (fuji comes with a 16meg card) So I read the reviews on Amazon and noticed people said the Viking cards worked on the fuji cameras. (fuji needs a special ID memory smartcard for audio) So I purchased my Viking 64 meg smartcard from Amazon and I'm thrilled. According to what I have read , this is the maximum card you can use with this camera. Everything works. I can now take 51 pics in the 2400x1800 mode while holding my favorite mp3's and movie in the camera. Life is beautiful! Super price (can you believe the drop in smart card pricing?) Thank you ,Amazon and Viking!

4-0 out of 5 stars 1000 PICS in a match book that is as thin as a dime !
This card enables me to take about 1000 pictures (at the lowest resolution) with my Olympus 460. This is the largest smartmedia card you can currently buy and only has one minor draw back. The panorama feature is not available on Olympus cameras that have a panorama feature since this is not an Olympus brand card. Over all this is a great product. With such a high data capacity card as smartmedia USB reader is almost a must. I can download the 64 MB that are on this card in under 2 Minutes with a USB reader. Before with the serial connection that came with my camera it took (or felt like) hours! This is also the cheaper of the 2 64MB Smartmedia currently on amazon now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't ask for more...
Except for a 128mb SmartMedia card. But the 64mb works fine. It holds 101 pictures in the 'Fine' setting on my Fuji A101 Digi-Cam. Its amazing how many pictures this thing holds. The nice little accessory that the Viking card comes with is a hard plastic case--so that it does not get damaged while carrying it in your case or pocket. Its nice to have the ability to store the equivalent of about 4 rolls of 24 exp. film in 1 tiny little card. I believe this is the maximum that most SM readers can register conistantly. I recommend it to anyone with a Digicam and likes taking lots of pictures. My only gripe(this applies to all SM cards)is that I wish the cards were more sturdy. I feel like I'm going to break the little card with my hands everytime I remove it from the camera. But other than that, its a great product. Get one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Apprehensive about buying at first. But now I'm glad I did!
I needed a bigger card for my FujiFilm 2600z camera, which I also got off amazon.com almost two years ago. It came with a 16mb card but I needed something bigger, especially with my wedding coming up.

I was looking at the 128mb Memorex SmartMedia Card, but I discovered my camera was not on Memorex's compatibility list. My next choice was the 64mb card from Viking. I was a little skeptical at first because I had never heard of them before. However, after reading some great reviews from other amazon.com shoppers I decided to give it a shot (especially because it was priced lower then most of the others).

I could not be happier! First off I went from only being able to hold 20 photos (at max quality), to around 82! I have been using the card for months, taking photos, deleting them, transferring them to my PC, and so far it has been working great. The card also came with a plastic protective case, which is now where my 16mb card resides.

If I ever decide to go with the larger 128mb card, or if I get a new camera, I will definitely consider another Viking memory card, and would recommend their product to any of my friends.

5-0 out of 5 stars Heavy EBAY auction lister gives "Two Thumbs Up" to this card
Between listing items at home and at a high-volume bookstore, we probably list about 300 items a week. And for that, I take sometimes 1,000s of pictures - each week! This card has been continually used for some two years now, working five days a week - with not a single problem.

Each of our images is under 350k for EBAY aauctions and I can save 292 high quality images at a time - and they always turn out well. I highly recommend this card. For our day-to-day jobs - we will only use this Viking card. It has never failed us. I use it at home. It's taken in and out of the camera many, many times, and it just keeps on working. It really is our workhorse. ... Read more


11. Viking DDR64X64PC2100 512MB DDR266/PC2100 Unbuffered DDR Memory

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Asin: B00005B405
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 26738
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Meets or exceeds the most stringent industry standards
  • Enables you to run multiple programs simultaneously
  • Enables you to open files and programs faster
  • Multi-tiered testing process ensures product reliability
  • Toll-free installation/technical support

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5-0 out of 5 stars Priced now just right
Memory priced just right, not overpriced anymore thereby I see no negatives to this product. ... Read more


12. Viking 512 MB CompactFlash (CF512M-VC)

our price: $67.99
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Asin: B00007B65J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 18905
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Guaranteed to exceed 1.2MB per second (8X)
  • High quality components
  • Individually tested before leaving the Viking facility
  • 5 Year Warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Never a Complaint Never a Concern
I have used both the 512 Meg and 256 Meg Flash cards in my Canon G2 camera. I have yet to experience any performance issues. When you are at an event or a special location and want to take pictures, the last thing you should have to do is edit your work. These storage devices allow me to take pictures quickly and efficiently and at volume for later review on my PC. These storage devices offer an great value comparable to all other on the market. ... Read more


13. Viking PC13332X64-CL3 256MB PC133 CL3 DIMM Memory
list price: $103.99
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B000059GUZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 14756
Average Customer Review: 4.57 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Meets or exceeds the most stringent industry standards
  • Enables you to run multiple programs simultaneously
  • Enables you to open files and programs faster
  • Multi-tiered testing process ensures product reliability
  • Toll-free installation/technical support

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Easy, quick, cheap.
Yo! This is some really good RAM, so if ya feel like upgrading your PC's memory, just buy this. It's totally cheap! A definately great value. It's easy as pie! Just pop it in and your done! It's all good! ML2A!

4-0 out of 5 stars A brief guide to finding and installing more memory (RAM)
Getting more memory is one of the best ways to speed up your computer without buying a new one entirely. If you have 32 megabytes of memory (RAM - Random Access Memory) or less, then you should really consider getting this 256 megabyte memory upgrade. Among other things, your web-browsing experience will be better as you'll find that your computer is more responsive.

To find the right memory, make sure that you know what type of memory you can use. Find this out by either checking your computer manual, calling your manufacturer's customer support line, or checking on your manufacturer's web site. You should especially note whether your machine takes 133MHz RAM (PC133). If it doesn't, then you'll need to get RAM with another speed (usually 66MHz for machines made before 1999, or 100MHz from 1999 to 2000). Note that the number for RAM memory speed is different from your CPU speed (though they are both measured in 'MHz')

Once you have found that out, get the memory you need. 256 megabytes will do great! (Note that Microsoft's new operating system, Windows XP, requires at least 64 megabytes of RAM for itself, so you probably shouldn't consider less than 64 if you are shopping around)

Then, once you have the memory, follow the simple instructions on the box. Basically, you'll need to 1) open up your computer and 2) plug the memory into a 'slot'.

Opening up your computer is usually described in your computer manual. Plugging the memory into the slot is usually pretty easy as it's easy to find the right slot (make sure it clicks into place).

Turn your computer on and presto! You'll have a much more responsive experience. To check that it works, right-click on the 'My Computer' icon and select 'Properties'. A dialog box will appear with the amount of RAM listed on the bottom.

Enjoy your upgraded computer!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works for Intel 845 chipset motherboard
My computer is Sony Vaio P-4 1.6GHz (PCV-RX551). This RAM works fine with my vaio. I followed the step the previous review suggested to move this RAM into DIMM1 and move the original one to DIMM2. No conflict at all. I was troubled by finding the right memory for my vaio at first time. I did lots of homework and using Kingston, SimpleTech, Egde, Viking Components, these companies' memory configure helper, but their suggestion either couldn't be found in the market or twice the price as this RAM. I check if this RAM is also for Compaq EVO D300v or not. The reslut is positive.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Quality Item
Installing this card was easy and it works like it's supposed to. Appears to be a quality product. I am very satisfied and would recommend this item without hesitation.

5-0 out of 5 stars great memory upgrade
I installed this 256MB DIMM in a new Sony 1.8 GB VAIO desktop, which came with 256MB RAM - which should have given me 512MB, but when I started the machine up... I started getting an error sound-code, so I shut down the system. I had tried installing the Viking DIMM in the #2 slot ... since this failed I tried removing the original DIMM from the #1 slot and installing the new DIMM in it's place. I moved the Sony DIMM to #2 and re-booted. This time the Sony came to life and registered 512MB.
The Viking DIMM is a great product and has vastly improved the Sony's performance. ... Read more


14. Viking CF256M-P 256 MB Compact Flash
list price: $74.99
our price: $46.99
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Asin: B00009M6UY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 2289
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second (8X) with independent test results exceeding 2.25 MB per second (15X)
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Fine.
I'm not too sure how anyone can have a problem using this flash card. I purchased a Canon PowerShot S400 4MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom along w/ this Flash card and had no problems. All you have to do is put the card in, format it and you're done. I've had no problems w/ losing data or errors of any sort. Card works as promised, error free.

2-0 out of 5 stars Keep losing data
I have a wonder trip and a perfect camera but I kept losing my data with this Viking CF Card. It kept saying "data error" or some others I couldn't even remember. I almost have heart attacked when I first lost my beautiful pictures taken in the second day of my trip. My advice, think twice before you buy!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars It works as promised
I've had this compact flash card for a few months now, taken hundreds of pictures with it, filled it to near capacity with images and movies from my Nikon Coolpix 4300, and haven't had any problems. I don't have any experience with other kinds of CompactFlash cards in my camera to compare the write speed of this Viking card to, but I can say it has worked flawlessly for me. Its important to keep in mind that the speed at which a digital camera can write to a card is usually limited by the internals of the camera more than the card itself, so buying an incredibly fast card may not help the camera's write speed. As with all things, its best to research this before you make a purchase.

1-0 out of 5 stars card without format ??????
I use this card to take near 200 photos with my nikoon coolpix, and now my nikon can't read the memory, it said "card without format", i lost my pictures, DON'T BUY THIS ITEM!!!
i dont know how to recover them and i have no idea where the viking web site is,

any information???
microcarbas@hotmail.com ... Read more


15. Viking 256 MB CompactFlash (CF256M-VC)
list price: $133.77
our price: $35.99
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Asin: B00007B65B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 4984
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Guaranteed to exceed 1.2MB per second (8X)
  • High quality components
  • Individually tested
  • 5 Year Warranty

16. Viking PC Card CompactFlash Adapter (CF-ADAPT)
list price: $24.99
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Asin: B00000J3SA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 2765
Average Customer Review: 4.49 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Click here to see a listing of PCs, notebooks, PDAs, digital cameras, or other products that are compatible with this Viking memory module. ... Read more

Features

  • Inexpensive CompactFlash card reader solution for your laptop
  • Transforms the PC Card (or PCMCIA) slot of your laptop to a CompactFlash card reader
  • Enables you to drag and drop files to and from your CompactFlash card from any software program
  • Very rugged design with no moving parts to ensure a long life cycle
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just what you buy! no more no less
It works fine under Windows ME, 2000, and XP, because you dont need drivers, I read a bad review for this item, and let me tell to the autor: or you have an old windows version(98 or 95) or you need to contact support, but not for this device, you need suport for the CF card developer, because this its just an adapter.

Its faster than usb readers(max 12mbps) and of course really more faster than cable connection from the device(1.2mbps), the speed limit its the speed of youre CF card(more than 12x its great).

5-0 out of 5 stars So nice, so very nice
This is a great little piece of hardware. I have used mine in both a Dell Latitude running WinXP and an Apple Ti800 running Mac OS X. It is the only way I transfer pictures now. Much easier to carry than a USB cable, plus it is faster, does not use up the batteries on the camera, and just flat out works perfectly.

Here is how I use it :
I take my picutres (duh ;-), remove the CF card from the camera and insert it into this adapter. Then I insert it into the laptop. Under both Windows and Mac, the CF card appears as a removable drive on the computer.

Under Windows, I navigate through a couple of folders to where the pictures are stored and copy them to a folder on my hard drive. On the Mac, iPhoto automatically opens up (because I have told iPhoto to startup automatically when a camera is connected) and it gets ready to transfer the pictures. I can then tell it to copy the pictures to my Photo library, and delete the originals. It does just that. Then on the Mac and PC, I tell the operating system to eject the drive/device, then I can pop the adapter out of the computer. Of course you can pop it out whenever you want, but you will definitely risk something bad, better to eject it the proper way. I can transfer a full 128 MB flash card to my computer is a minute or so. Fast enough that I haven't timed it.

So, I would highly recommend this to anyone who uses CF media with a laptop. It is the way to go!

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5-0 out of 5 stars No problems
I use this product to move pictures from my camera to my computer. My primary purpose was to save my battery since it requires my camera to be on when downloading shots and I have a 256MB Compact Flash card.

Not only does it save my battery power by allowing me to put the CF card into my computer, but it downloads very quickly. I have had no problems with the unit and received the adapter from Viking earlier than I expected.

5-0 out of 5 stars Real plug and play
This real plug and play compact flash card reader is a must for every laptop owner. Any laptop has a PCMCIA slot, and every laptop nowadays comes with a modem , LAN , built in, so you use the PCMCIA slot for nothing, but the reader.
I usually keeps it plugged in the laptop, and take a backup for my critical files on it. With a 512 MB card, it really takes a lot, and provides me with peace of mind with an online , reliable and fast backup.
With technology, the storage capacity doubles every 12 months , and the MB/$ drops by half every 9 month. Soon, you will be able to buy a 10 GB compact flash card for the price of 512 MB nowadays. And, still , you will use the same reader !!

5-0 out of 5 stars Must have accessory.
As other have already noted, the product just works. On a XP laptop, pop the adapter (with the CF card inserted) into an open PC card slot and the CD card shows up as a disk drive. No drivers needed. Simply read and write as you would any other disk.

If you camera uses CF cards and you have a laptop this is once thing to always have on hand. Finally, the build quality and reliability are superb. ... Read more


17. Viking 64 MB MultiMedia Card
list price: $67.99
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Asin: B0000541NM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 7539
Average Customer Review: 3.93 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Lightning fast read and write speeds allow you to get the best performance from your PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Viking 64 MB MultiMediaCard
I bought four of the Viking 64 MB Multimedia cards for my Compaq IPAQ (a portable MP3 player). Each worked flawlessly. They performed as well as the San Disk 32 MB cards shipped with the IPAQ mp3 player, but the Viking card had twice the memory capacity.

4-0 out of 5 stars Could be better....
The 64 MB multimedia card is fantastic. Small size, weight, secure file transfers, rips up Compact Flash. Compact Flash's little golden rods sticking out of the back can degrade over time. MMC is perfect. If buying for an MP3 player, it NEVER skips like a compact flash will. MMC is the future. It may nto be big now, but wait until it storms in from asia. and you know where all of your electronics were made right!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Quality and cheaper than many
This card holds many pictures on my 2 megapixel camera and they are of great quality too.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Intel 3000
Does not work with Intel Personal Audio Player.

1-0 out of 5 stars Defective
I bought this memory card for my MP3 player and it could not be formatted or read by it. I had to return it to the company, pay the shipping costs, and wait for them to send me another one. Supposedly these things are reliable for 5 years, I couldn't get it working for even 1 second. ... Read more


18. Viking 32 MB SmartMedia Card (SSFDC3/32)
list price: $23.08
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Asin: B00003G1RJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 3489
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Lightning fast read and write speeds allow you to get the best performance from your PDA, MP3 player, or digital camera
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

Reviews (28)

5-0 out of 5 stars buy online
I bought a digital camera and I would like to add some memory. Because there are so many different cards, I was afraid to buy online. The search engine is very good and I was able to find a card matching my camera. The card fits well and add 99 pictures above a card holding 24. The pictures are similar if not identical in quality compared with the one purchased with the camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Deal, Great Product
If I were you I would ignore any negative review about this SmartMedia card. The only negative review I've seen about this product came from someone who tried to stick this 32MB card in an old Digital Camera that only takes up to 16MB cards. A quick check on Kingston's or your camera manufacturer's website could clue you into this. After you know this capacity of card will work in your electronic device, buy this card. It is the best deal going and it comes with a nice little case (not some flimsy soft sleeve). I am pretty sure I will buy another.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great
I've ordered three of these things. They work great. Never had any problems. They come with a nice plastic case that is perfect for storing the cards in my camera bag.

Update:
I think I own about six of these by now (12/2003). Still, no problems.

5-0 out of 5 stars get it free with camera purchase
If that doesn't qualify for a 5 rateing I don't know what does. Increases (at 1600x1200) amount of pictures you take from 16 on the 8 meg card to 64.

5-0 out of 5 stars I used it for photos of my daughters wedding
I have had mine for awhile now and can't think of being without it. I use it mainly for my digital camera. I take allot of pictuers so it gets lots of use. Its like haveing a hard drive for my photos. The transfer rate is fast and flawless. I am going to order a few more just to have them. You know I trust it when I used it for the photos of my daughters wedding. I have some that were more expensive but they don't work any better then this one does. ... Read more


19. Viking 48 MB Dual Voltage ATA Flash Memory PC Card (FL48MDVA)
list price: $70.99
our price: $37.04
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Asin: B00004TEBQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 33103
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Features

  • Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
  • Write speed guaranteed to exceed 1.2 MB per second (8X) with independent test results exceeding 2.25 MB per second (15X)
  • High quality components guarantee steady performance, the utmost durability, and breadth of compatibility
  • Individually tested to ensure each product works the first time, everytime
  • Five year replacement warranty and 30-day money-back guarantee

20. Viking PC13364X64-CL3 512MB PC133 CL3 DIMM Memory

our price: $105.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B000059GV5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Viking Components
Sales Rank: 24852
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Meets or exceeds the most stringent industry standards
  • Enables you to run multiple programs simultaneously
  • Enables you to open files and programs faster
  • Multi-tiered testing process ensures product reliability
  • Toll-free installation/technical support

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good memory but not worth but one third of its price...!
This like any other brands memory is functional, but for the price this is offered for, it isnt worth it one bit, so beware, there is just-as-good and cheaper out there...Viking is way too much money...! ... Read more


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