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Viking 128 MB CompactFlash Card (CF128M)


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  • 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

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Viking Components
  • Model: CF128M

Product Details

Data Sheet [118kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 0.1 x 1.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00003G1RG
  • Item model number: CF128M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (202 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 11, 2000

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Go to the Memory Finder to see a listing of the digital cameras, PDAs, MP3 players, photo printers, or other products that are guaranteed compatible with this Viking product. The Memory Finder contains an up-to-date list of the devices that work with this memory.

Benefits of Adding Flash Memory
Increased Speed: With a larger flash card you will spend less time transferring files to or from your computer or laptop and more time taking pictures with your digital camera, listening to music on your digital audio player, or storing more information on your PDA.

Increased Power: Increasing the memory storage for your digital camera, PDA, or MP3 player will enable you to do more with a device. For example, if you are taking pictures on your digital camera using the highest resolution and highest quality setting, an image taken from a 2-megapixel camera can be as large as 6 MB. This can eat up storage space quickly, so it's easy to see the benefits of increasing your device's flash memory.

Guaranteed Compatibility
It is important to purchase memory that is guaranteed to be compatible with a device because of the many subtle differences between the hundreds of different brands, types, and configurations of digital devices on the market. A product that accepts one particular brand or capacity of memory does not necessarily accept another brand or capacity--and there's nothing more frustrating than buying something you can't use.

Because compatibility is so critically important, Amazon has forged a strategic relationship with Viking Components to create the Memory Finder. The Memory Finder is a tool that can help you find memory that works with your specific product, taking the guesswork out of buying memory.

Quality Products
Viking Components physically tests their flash cards with hundreds of devices including laptops, PDAs, digital audio players, and digital cameras. When you purchase a Viking flash card, you can be assured that it will perform flawlessly with your specific device. Furthermore, Viking uses only the highest quality components to manufacture their flash memory, which results in fast, reliable, durable flash products.

Viking Components has its own registered ISO 9000 certified facilities. ISO 9000 is a family of standards approved by the International Standards Organization that provide a framework for quality management and quality assurance. ISO authorized and accredited registrars frequently visit our ISO 9000 facilities to perform internal quality audits to verify that all quality activities comply with documented procedures and to measure the effectiveness of Viking's quality systems, including the organizational structure, responsibilities, procedures, processes and resources for implementing quality management.

Viking has established and maintains documented procedures for handling, storage, packaging, preservation and delivery of product to ensure the highest quality and complete standardization compliance during each process. Viking's ISO 9000 certification guarantees that Viking's quality processes and standards conform to specific requirements to ensure consistency of product for customers worldwide.

Superb Service
Since 1988, Viking has built customer loyalty and long-term partnerships as the industry leader in customer service. As a result, when you purchase this item you can expect the industry's best customer service policies including: a 5-year replacement warranty, guaranteed product compatibility, 24/7 toll free technical support, a liberal returns policy, and a 24-hour replacement policy in the unlikely event of a Viking product failure.

If you have any further questions about this product, please feel free to send an e-mail to: amazoninfo@vikingsupport.com

Product Description

BRAND NEW. SEALED. ---- Does not have UPC & Does not qualify for rebate ---- .The Viking 128MB CompactFlash card for MP3 player, PDA or digital camera can exceed a write speed of per second. Viking CompactFlash product

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I can take so many pictures with my new camera!
Shippy
I use this card on my Canon Powershot S300 digital camera and it works flawlessly.
Kevin J
I have other Viking cards, and have never had a problem with any of them.
John Blatchford

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

120 of 124 people found the following review helpful By mister_t42 on November 3, 2000
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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.
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57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Cromulent on January 1, 2001
I now have three Compact Flash card, including this one. An 8-meg card made by SanDisk came with my camera. I also have a 64-meg Kingston card. I can safely say that the Viking card is as good as either of the other two as far as quality and speed are concerned.
I use this card in a 2 Megapixel Canon S10 digital camera. I like to shoot at the highest resolution and medium compression. With my 64 meg card, this gave me about 105 pictures. With an upcomping vacation to Florida that I planned on being photographed totally digital, I realized that I would need additional storage. I considered the IBM Mocrodrive, but I ruled it out for several reasons. I wanted about 128 megs of storage and this card's price was the best I found. Adding a coupon made the price even more attractive.
With this card, I can store 212 2-megapixel pictures. With my additional storage, I will be able to take more than 300 photos. Each night I will be able to delete the pictures that I do not want. I will come home with 300 keepers.
This card can't be beat for price per megabyte. I shopped around for a while, but I always came back to this Viking card and ended up pulling the trigger. This is a great card.
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 9, 2001
Since getting a 128 MB Compact Flash card by Viking to use with a 3.3 megapixel Canon G 1 digital camera this past June, my whole family has been pleased with the quality of the card and the fairly rapid data transfer from the card to our PowerBook computers. So far, so good. The warranty on the card is for five years per the website. We use a different mfgr's PCMCIA device to hold the card for data transfer and it is so easy to use. We just hope the card continues to work as easily in the future (5 years down the line) as it does now with no data loss. (We prefer equipment that uses compact flash to smart media technology as compact flash cards hold so much more in less space).
A recent afternoon of picture taking (about 33 shots) by part of our household (outdoor waterfall and state park panorama photography, but without the wide angle lens) at highest resolution only filled up half the card, so we were pleased. If they had brought the wide angle lens, they still could have gotten all the shots. The card is comparable in speed to another card made by the originator of compact flash technology (SD), but not the fastest speed on the market, yet good enough for us (we are talking mere seconds for data transfer with that PCMCIA device!).
We've found that if you take pictures for fun and are a serious hobbyist, but not a pro, a good size card is 96 to 128 MB--so this 128 MB card is a handy size to have (pros need a bigger card of at least 256 MB due to non-stop shooting). We carry a couple of 96 or 128 cards and can then take enough pictures on each card without having to change cards per se while shooting a lot of pictures at one location.
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66 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Atomicwasteland VINE VOICE on December 3, 2000
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I've not seen a cheaper price, and I've been looking in stores. This is a good value.
Keep in mind, though, unlike the cheaper versions of this card, this card does NOT come with a flash reader. I was disappointed to find this out, but it was my own fault for just assuming it did. I still give it 5 stars.
[A note to HP Jornada 548 customers. This card works fine with the Jornada Pocket PC. I say this because it is not mentioned in the advertisement that the 128MB version is compatible, but it is.]
One nice thing about this card is that there is 24/7 tech support available if something should go wrong with it (or with installation or whatever), but I don't know what could really go wrong with it --I guess that's why they offer the tech support!
Anyone using MP3s should REALLY go for this card and skip the 64 MB card. The 64 MB card would be rather skimpy, and with 128 MB you'll ALWAYS find things to store on it. (I've had my card three days now and I've filled up 50 MB already, downloading songs, books, and maps).
One nice thing about having a flash card for a PocketPC (or other handheld) is that you can back up your entire regular memory onto your flashcard easily, without having to worry about memory failure. That is pretty neat, kind of like a second hard drive for your computer...
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