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Description PC ports. Minus the PC. Plug in the reader, pop in an SD card*, and easily transfer the files you need to and from your HP ElitePad. Then pack and go when you're ready to disconnect. - Expand what you... more

Description â¢Storage for digital cameras, PDAs and other SD-enabled electronic devices â¢Up to 4GB of storage capacity â¢Data transfer rate up to 2Mbps (average)/ average write speeds of 1.5Mbps â¢Compliant with... more

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Excellent

“Sandisk 2GB SD card”

published 09/03/2011

lasts well, good price, easy to use

the lock eventually broke but it took years!

...about these kinds of things and he opted to buy the SanDisk 2gb sd card. The card came packaged in a secure plastic packaging which is pretty much impossible to break open! After trying to rip it open I ended up going getting some scissors and cutting open the packaging that way. Inside the packaging it is pretty much just the small sd card and a few details about the product. We are told that...

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Excellent

Quick and easy to use.

Nothing at all.

...As I do quite a bit of mystery shopping I have to have a card reader that works at all time as the reports and pictures normally have to be entered the day the job is done. The last one I had was a Kodak 72 in 1 reader, but it did not last very long so I needed to get another one quickly. Luckily I was in Asda that day and managed to find one in there ? just a quick word in praise of Asda staff...

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Excellent

Does the job at the best price

None

...compatibilty comes an issue. Memory cards are no exception. A few years ago the standard size for a memory card was about the size of a 50p piece, and now they are much smaller - meaning phones and memory cards over the years have become less compatible with each other. Now if you buy a phone it will more than likely have a MicroSD slot, where as a couple of years ago it would have had a MiniSD slot. This p...

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