It works great in my Axim X30 handheld and for $19.99 you can't beat the price. To get the maximum transfer speed out of the card you are going to need a card reader. Writing on the Axim is much slower.
I've been using it for almost a year on my desktop (with a built-in 7-in-1 card reader), and on my iPaq Pocket PC. I store 750 pictures and other files, and I've only used up about a 3rd of the disk space. So far, no problems. I'm tempted to get one of those 1GB SD cards, but I'll wait until I run out of disk space before I go for one of those...
I take pictures with my digital camera and think this is a great quality. It captures about 220images of great quality on a 4megapixel camera, more than anyone could posibly need. I bought a bunch of products from this company. Quite reputable.
Got this 256MB Kingston's SD Card for my Digicam and it's very simple to install and easy to use. Overnight my digicam capacity increased to 300 pictures. Just like that.
I transferred pictures to my computer and there were no issues reading from the SD Card. Everything went fine.
Will post a message again after using for a few months.
For now, I am happy.
Kingston's SD (Secure Digital) memory cards are the latest generation memory devices that offer an incredible combination of high storage capacity, fast data transfer rates, great flexibility and excellent security in a memory card about the size of a postage stamp. Based on nonvolatile memory components and encased in a protective molding, they do not require power to retain the information stored on them. Since they are based on solid-state components, they have no moving parts to skip or break down, making them highly reliable.The SD standard provides an easy method for quickly downloading and transferring secure digital files from your computer or the Internet. By using a SD Reader (such as Kingston's FCR-U2MMC/SD or FCR-U26/1) it is also possible to upload files from your SD card to your computer. As the latest introduction in the competitive Flash Memory form factor, SD is an increasingly popular format for leading manufacturers of digital devices like, MP3 players, digital cameras and PDAs. Because of its small foot print SD makes it easy for device manufacturers to integrate expansion capability into ever smaller devices.