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Kingston 256/1Gb SD Eilte Pro review

Advantages: Fast, Kingston
Disadvantages: Small

Im going to qualify my title first. I first bought the 256Mb version for my fathers digital camera and then bought myself the 1Gb version. The 1gb version isn't on Ciao but the cards are the same technology so im going to include a little more data. Th ...

Jon_Farrimond 13.01.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Kingston Elite Pro - flash memory card - 128 MB - SD

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A Little Old I Guess

Advantages: Power, USB, Design, Reliable Manufacturer
Disadvantages: A little out of date, Size

I first bought this particular flash drive a few years ago when flash drives were beginning to emerge as the new easy way to carry your data around instead of a disk. Size (Digitally) ***************** The digital capacity of this flash drive is onl ...

burns2007 14.08.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Kingston DataTraveler - USB flash drive - 128 MB

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Secure Digital Memory - It is exactly that!

Advantages: Economical, Durable, Secure - Just brilliant!
Disadvantages: Get charged more on the high street.

After buying a SD (Secure Digital) memory compatible digital camera I decided that the 32MB of internal memory on the camera wasn't enough to hold the pictures I would want to take. I did my research on this particular brand of memory and with very co ...

grown_up_girlie 13.05.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Kingston - flash memory card - 128 MB - SD

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Kingston USB flash drive

Advantages: Small, stylish, very lightweight yet seems robust
Disadvantages: I suppose it's only 128mb yet plenty for my use

Purchased this from ebuyer for a mere £8 - its now gone up a bit - but still a bargin. I mainly bought it to store backups of important letters and spread sheets, however thought I would see how it worked first with it being so cheap. Plugged it in to my ...

neilhobson 13.02.2005 · Read full review
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Review of Kingston DataTraveler I - USB flash drive - 128 MB

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