SanDisk OEM Super-Speed Ultra II Plus Memory Card with Built In USB Flash Drive - 1 GB - For Camera, Camcorder, Mobile Phones, Gaming Devices, PDA - SDSDPH-1024-901 - Bulk
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- High speed card featuring fast 9-10MB per second Read/Write speeds
- High performance card for cutting out the wait when transferring data from camera to PC
- Higher capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos
- 2-in-1 convenience of a SD/SDHC memory card and a USB flash drive
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Great Deal On Highest Quality Sandisk Ultra II Cards. Features Speed, Efficency and Capacity Combined, For The Professional Photographer Or For Private Use. Connects Directly Into USB Port For Transfer And Synchronization. Easy, User Friendly and affordable.
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** See special information on formatting SD cards at the bottom of this review **
This device uses relatively old technology, and is (by today's standards), very limited in size, so if you're looking for a U-1 class device for your Sooper-Dooper Nikon Pro-Grade SLR, look elsewhere. However, if you have an older device, like a PDA or a camera, that supports SD cards up to 1 gig, then this is the device for you.
The "flippy" USB feature is nice, especially if you have a computer that does not have an SD card reader built in or you don't have one of those multi-readers. Down-side of the "flippy" USB feature: Since it does not have the metal frame around it that helps position it in place, if your USB port's fit is a bit sloppy, you will have contact problems.
I have used it both ways - using it with a dedicated SD reader, and with its USB feature, and it works well.
** Important note on formatting SD cards (of any size) **
There is a special formatting utility for SD cards that recognizes the unique features of SD cards in particular, and formats them appropriately - which is something that your OS's native format utility will not do.
Please visit the SD Association's web site to download the "official" formatting utility for SD cards if you use them at all.
For the most part, you can just hook up your camera to the USB and download photos, but if you want to load content to the root folder (I was loading CHDK for my Canon PowerShot A4), you need to actually read the card without the intervention of the camera, which will only show you the photo / video folders.
This is simply one of the smartest designs of any product I've purchased lately.
By "that", I mean tasks that do not require a massive amount of data, and do not require insane transfer speeds.
The only bad news is that you need to check how you are plugging it in.
I've used it for a few months and it's been pretty durable, hasn't broken yet.