Great for Storing Pictures, Music and Data:
Reliability and durability are critical to ensure your data is there when you need it. All Lexar Media SD Cards are tested and manufactured to the highest quality standard to assure you there is no need to worry about lost or missing data. With the small size and solid-state design of the SD Cards, they are perfect for mobile applications and users.
Store Hundreds of photos, mp3s, etc...10/23/2005
Loads quickly (50% capacity in 3 hours...not bad) Has worked well so far (about 2 Months).
I installed this in an iPAQ 3870. It works fine, I store mainly Microsoft Streets and Trips Pocket maps on it. Not 32X (previous reviewer who indicated it was is incorrect), and now that the 32X version is almost as cheap, I would probably buy that instead.
I'm not into the big megapixel cameras so I don't need the super high perfomance cards. This one lists 32X and for my 2.1 and 3.1 MP pictures, it works great. Huge capacity and faster shot-to-shot speed than my last SD card, I sure can't find anything to complain about.
slow but great price for mp3 use10/15/2004
This card was the best price I've ever seen for 1gb sd and I wondered what might be the reason for the cheap price. I see now that it is the speed which isn't intolerable, but I agree with the other reviewer it writes slow. But I use it with my rio mp3 player and once I have my music downloaded everything is perfect. Great price.
For MP3, but not for digicam10/7/2004
I bought and returned this product on the same day. It wasn't bad (and the price was very good), but just painfully slow when writing to it. The write speed was typcial of Toshiba or Kingston (Toshiba reseller) cards. It is Ok if you use it for storing MP3 or Palm/PPC data. But if you do a lot of writing to the card, such as backing up Palm/PPC or use it on digicam, you'd better look elsewhere. For camparison, SanDisk cards are faster, and Panasonic cards are much faster (or you can buy specially marked high speed SDs made by Lexar and others).