|Screen Size||669.2913385826772 inches|
|Processor||1 GHz AMD Athlon|
|Hard Drive||1 GB|
|Card Description||This is the description of the PC Graphics|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||256 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11A, 802.11G|
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16GB Extreme III Sd Card
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- 30MB/sec read/write is equivalent to 200x speed on a CD drive
- Optimize continuous shooting capability
- Extreme Performance designed with SanDisk's Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP) technology
- Offload photo/video content at extreme speeds
- Maximize the ability of your DSLR camera
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Even more maddening -- the Amazon rep didn't care! Excerpt of our chat:
Me: Do you need any info about the switch they pulled?
Jayakumar: No, we don't need such information.
Me:really? then how do you prevent them from doing it to other customers? and why would I continue shopping at Amazon if you don't mind your affiliates tricking customers?
Jayakumar:I'm sorry for any misunderstanding caused. I've forward this issue to appropriate department, so that it may not happen again.
Me:Not just a misunderstanding. I've seen feedback from other customers warning of affiliates who substitute faster SD cards with slower ones, and made sure to select an affiliate without these negative comments, and double-checked the product description to ensure I was ordering the faster SD card. And I still ended up with the slower card!
Jayakumar:Yes, I made a note on it.
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The card's speed would be useful in two cases - faster shoot rate when the camera can write 200x in continuous shooting, or faster download to computer when the card reader can read 200x.
Unless you checked either camera or card reader to go beyond 100x (e.g. Canon 450D does 100x top, see card readers in another review), a 16GB SanDisk Ultra II card would be a better deal - you'll get the same performance & card size for less than half the price.
Supplier: Sold by MemoryMogul and fulfilled by Amazon; MemoryMogul listed on order record as "Progressive Interest Corp."
Ordered: SanDisk 16GB Extreme 30MB/s Edition SDHC High Performance Card (SDSDX3-016G-A31)
Received: SanDisk Extreme HD Video 16 GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card (SDSDRX3-016G-A21)
Issue: What was described and pictured on the Amazon site was NOT what was received
Resolution: Item returned immediately to Amazon at their expense; will never order from MemoryMogul (Progressive Interest Corp.) again
Unfortunately SanDisk has been quite vague with their product labeling, and so many vendors are not aware of the differences between this card and the other similar SanDisk cards. I did some homework:
The SanDisk 16 GB Extreme 30 MB/s Edition SDHC card (SanDisk item number SDSDX3-016G-A31) is Speed Class 10 and supports transfer speeds of up to 20 MB/sec in HS mode. It supports a SanDisk-proprietary mode that is capable of transfers up to 30 MB/sec in a few Nikon cameras (D90) and in Sandisk's ImageMate Multi-Card USB 2.0 Reader/Writer (speeds have been measured at around 22-27 MB/sec). Other cameras and card readers are probably unable to take advantage of the higher speed mode.
The Sandisk 16 GB Extreme HD Video cards with a 20 MB/s speed designation support transfer rates of up to 20 MB/sec in HS mode. They are Speed Class 6.
The Sandisk 16 GB Extreme HD Video cards with a 30 MB/s speed designation support transfer rates of up to 20 MB/sec in HS mode, and up to 30 MB/sec in UHS mode. They are Speed Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 1. There is a letter "I" printed on the card, which indicates support for the UHS-I specification.
The UHS and non-UHS Extreme HD Video series cards have at times carried the same SanDisk item numbers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great price at the time but 30MB/s is way to slow and not Extreme for todays devices when average cards are hitting 90 to 95MB transfer rates and up. Read morePublished 10 months ago by clark2298
I have used this a lot for just taking pictures in my Canon t3-i. It is very fast and I have had no problems at all. Read morePublished 14 months ago by S. Wilson
Today, you can spend hundreds of dollars on SD cards, but the question is can your device take advantage of a faster more expensive card or is it just "Headspace". Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tim Z.