Viking 128MB Secure Digital Card - SD128M

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A few months ago I bought my first digital camera, an HP PS735. The camera only has 16MB of internal memory, and decent-quality pictures take up about 1.5MB of space, so it fills up pretty fast on just an average photo-taking session. Fortunately, the camera accepts SD memory so this is not too much of a problem. I got a 64MB SanDisk SD memory card included when I bought the camera, and it helped, but I still ended up having to delete pictures and decide which ones I wanted to keep. Not a good thing! I found a link to Buy.Com from the Spoofee.com shopping site and the price seemed really good for the Viking 128MB SD Memory Card, so I jumped. After 20-dollar mail-in rebate (which I should be receiving soon) it only cost me about 15 dollars. I have not heard any bad things about Viking's other products, so I figured I would give their memory a try. Now, I run out of battery power before memory space! Have not had any corrupt images yet (knock on wood). Read/write speed seems pretty much the same as my SanDisk card. Only thing different is the speed of deleting files from my camera -- there seems to be about a 2-second delay. This could be my camera though, and it's just a minor inconvenience. Overall, I would recommend this memory if you are running out of space and need an affordable alternative to the more expensive brands.

-Basil M. quote

Decent memory for a decent price.

by Basil M. on 8/16/2004

A few months ago I bought my first digital camera, an HP PS735. The camera only has 16MB of internal memory, and decent-quality pictures take up about 1.5MB of space, so it fills up pretty fast on just an average photo-taking session. Fortunately, the camera accepts SD memory so this is not too much of a problem. I got a 64MB SanDisk SD memory card included when I bought the camera, and it helped, but I still ended up having to delete pictures and decide which ones I wanted to keep. Not a good thing! I found a link to Buy.Com from the Spoofee.com shopping site and the price seemed really good for the Viking 128MB SD Memory Card, so I jumped. After 20-dollar mail-in rebate (which I should be receiving soon) it only cost me about 15 dollars. I have not heard any bad things about Viking's other products, so I figured I would give their memory a try. Now, I run out of battery power before memory space! Have not had any corrupt images yet (knock on wood). Read/write speed seems pretty much the same as my SanDisk card. Only thing different is the speed of deleting files from my camera -- there seems to be about a 2-second delay. This could be my camera though, and it's just a minor inconvenience. Overall, I would recommend this memory if you are running out of space and need an affordable alternative to the more expensive brands.

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Product Overview

Viking's extensive experience in modular subsystem design and manufacturing provides innovative, state-of-the-art and industry standard memory and communications technologies. The company's advanced design and manufacturing capabilities offer superior assembly, test, programming, and deployment solutions for all modular subsystem product needs.

Specifications

Manufacturer Viking
Mfg Part# SD128M
SKU 10321130
UPC 798442340159
UPC 14 00798442340159
Features
Product Description - Viking flash memory card - 128 MB - SD Memory Card
Product Type - Flash memory card
Storage Capacity - 128 MB
Form Factor - SD Memory Card
Manufacturer Warranty - 5 years warranty
Tech Specs
Product Type - Flash memory card
Storage Capacity - 128 MB
Form Factor - SD Memory Card
Compatible Slots - 1 x SD Memory Card
Service & Support - 5 years warranty
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Decent memory for a decent price. by Basil M. on Aug 16, 2004

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