• Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB
  • Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB
  • Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB
Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB
Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB
Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB

Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card SD/2GB

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  • Up to 5 MB/sec read speed and 1.5 MB/sec write speed
  • 2 GB capacity offers plenty of storage for your digital images
  • Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
  • Low power consumption is easy on device's batteries
  • Lifetime warranty

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Gave my camera longer battery life... I bought a couple of these memory cards for a 2-week trip to Italy, for use in a Pentax Optio SV camera. I also bought an extra battery. Well, I forgot to bring my battery charger so all I had was two charged batteries and two of these flash memory cards for the whole two weeks.Amazingly, my first battery lasted 11 days, over 200 pictures. That's MUCH longer than it used to last with the 256MB card I had in it (can't remember the brand). And this was on my old battery, so I know that the only change was this memory card. Never would have guessed this to be the case. And this was with plenty of flash photography and the LCD preview screen turned on the whole time. I took a total of 284 pictures and could have taken at least 150 more with the amount of batter power left on the second battery.Just thought this was surprising, so I'm giving this 5 stars. 5These things just work! No Surprises I've been using SanDisk and Kingston SD Flash Memory cards for a few years. Some off-band products are cheaply made, and I do not recommend those. But as for these SanDisk and Kingston branded ones (assuming you get a real one, and not a knock-off from some un-reputable online store), you will be happy.My experience with these in both point-n-shoot cameras and in photo frames, GPSs, phones, etc, is that speed is usually not an issue when it comes to writing the images onto the cards. But when you need to copy those images from your camera (or reader) to a PC or printer, the better quality (more expensive) ones will allow you to copy the information off faster. If you are using a mid- to high end DSLR camera, then the speed that the camera can write to the card becomes important if you are shooting large shots (8+, or 10+ or higher GB shots) and shooting them fast (multiple shots per second), or if you are shooting video with your camera, then the write speed can become important.Sometimes these cards are rated or coded as a CLASS "x" (where the "x" suggests the speed that they can be written to where higher is better). My experience has been that some of these rating schemes are not consistent, so in theory a Class 6 card from one brand should be equal in speed to a Class 6 card from another brand, but I'm not sure you can really trust that.My experience has been, you get what you pay for with these cards. But aain, if you are using this with a point-n-shoot, then don't spend top dollar for these. Do your research, and if the card's cost is way lower than the norm, don't get it, as it could be a copy (knock-off) and not the real thing. I have made that mistake. 4That little card that could... Kingston has a good name in flash drive technology. They build quality products and stand behind the sale. The 2GB Card is a great size. It can be used in older devices and with the latest technology. It is surprising fast for a class 2 card. It handles 720p video without glitches and allows for a fairly quick file transfers from the camera to the memory card. Of course, a lot depends on your camera's buffering capabilites. These smaller cards have a hidden value in that they can be used and then placed in a safe place other than your equipment bag. If you have ever had a camera with a 8GB card lost or stolen you quickly realized that unless you backed up your photographs and videos to a laptop or memory storage device you have lost an entire trip's worth of memories. 4good expansion memory for the TomTom GO 720 GPS navigator I chose this card because it wasn't high-speed, which I needed as expansion memory for my GPS unit (a TomTom GO 720). Other TomTom users have had problems with this device and SD cards configured differently; some have reported high-speed cards don't work, or that 4GB cards don't work. This 2GB unit worked perfectly after I formatted it first on a PC with FAT32 file system. The TomTom found it and found the data on it without any trouble. One hint for TomTom users: The TomTom only recognized my MP3s on the SD card after I removed all the MP3s from the main unit's memory and loaded them all on the SD card. I copied MP3s onto the card with Windows Media Player "Sync" function, and then renamed the folder WMP created ("Music") to the name that TomTom uses, "mp3". It has worked perfectly so far; the map software and voices, etc., are still on the unit's main memory, and all my music is on the SD card. 5It works in all my devices I have purchased 3 or 4 of the Kingston 2GB SD cards and I use them in all my devices. They work without fail in the following that I own:Canon Powershot A650 digital cameraAnother Canon Elph type of digital cameraGarmin Nuvi 360Palm TXI'm not savvy to the technical aspects of the speed of the cards and transfer rates, etc. I just know that they work in my electronic devices and I have never lost any data on the cards. The price has been dropping and for around $11 each, it's nice to pick up a few spares, you can never store enough media and data!! I listed my devices in case it helps others who might wonder if this card would work with one of the above they may own or consider buying.I also own a cell phone and mp3 player that I use the 2gb kingston microsd card, they work too! In my opinion, I think kingston makes decent sd cards! 5Kingston 2GB SD card /Excellent product / sketchy software I have been using the 2GB card for music on my Palm T/X for a few months now and never used an SD card before but find it just as fast as the native memory. Of course I'm not running programs off of it, just storage.I think it quite a bargain for 35. bucks with shipping and all through Amazon (forgot the actual seller). Plenty of space for both photos, music, data, etc. It was a lot cheaper than a lot of similar products. I am very happy with it.The only thing I would like to see is some sort of comprehensive command and control center in software specific to this card for different formats that allows you to use it like a drive and makes it easy to set up file folders and move, cut, copy, paste files like in Windows Explorer or My Computer that has a directory tree. I guess a lot depends on the machine you're using it with. The fact is that Palm has a very minimal "Card Info" utility. Other than that it seems like the Kingston 2GB Card is a good card if you consider that I wouldn't know a fast card from a slow card since I'm not using speed intensive apps. with it. 4Not compatible and slow I bought this 2 GB SD card from Kingston for my Archos 405 Portable Media Player but the player does not read it. It doesn't even detect it and when I get in the file manager it freezes. I also bought two 1 GB microSD cards from Kingston with SD adapters and none of them work with the Archos 405. At first I thought it was the media player but I tried it with my old 128Mb SD card I have and it works fine. I'm not blaming the cards either, they all work fine with my Kodak camera and the microSD cards work fine with my cell phones. I think it's just a compatibility problem between Archos and Kingston. If you have an Archos media player, try another brand. By the way, Archos media players can use SD HC up to 16 GB.I use it now in my camera and I can store up to 1500 photos at 5 Mpixels. That's great but it is a bit slow. There are faster SD cards in the market if you are willing to pay more. 3Excellent price and quality Year later update: still flawless.I have been using this card for a couple months and it has been excellent. I use it in my Palm T|X and Palm Zire 72 with no problems. I read/write to it from free Mandriva Linux 2007 & 2008 (YAY!) and a couple Windows verions (yuck!).It is plenty fast enough to playback video and music on my Palm PDAs and through computers - even fast enough to render fullscreen on the TV and monitor.There might be faster SD cards but this one is fast enough for mortal needs. When I need to write close to 2GB I tell Linux to start (a couple mouseclicks) and go do something else for a while. It just isn't possible to write 2GB to the card as fast as it reads. It takes maybe 20 minutes (about like burning a DVD). Writing office docs or pictures can individually take almost no time (fractions of a second).It has been 100% reliable too... I plan to purchase another one for my wife's Zire 72 so she can carry a large lump of music with her. 5Works great for my purpose I can't write a highly technical review of the Kingston Flash Memory Card because I'm not using it for anything that really would require a level of performance that would necessarily set it aside from most other cards.I needed extra space on my Kindle e-book reader, the Kingston comes up in a search in the Kindle store, it was a great price, a good size and I picked it up.So far, I've easily been able to transfer books back and forth between the Kindle and card (which probably says more about the Kindle than the card), but I've never had any data loss or hitches or glitches. 2GB seems to be quite big enough for me - I delete my e-books off my Kindle when I'm done with them and transfer them back to my computer for permanent storage so I don't need a ton of space, but it's nice to have the extra removeable room for really big books or anthologies that I don't necessarily want cluttering up my lists.So, as I said, I can't give much of a technical review, but for those like me who were looking for some expandable storage space for their Kindle, this is a pretty good choice in my opinion. Nice, no frills and good price. 5beware of counterfeit memory cards To the people who have posted that the card does not work or has damaged their computer: you probably bought a fake. Counterfeit memory devices will usually reveal themselves fairly quickly: you will have trouble formatting and file transfer will break down, and your computer will be unable to read the device.The only safe way to buy memory is from a well established vendor (like Amazon) or direct from manufacturer. I have found that out the hard way. The seller here, importer520, buys directly from China, not from US distributors, so draw your own conclusions. If you buy anything like this from an Amazon external vendor's storefront, you are taking a big risk.Rule of thumb for memory devices: if it is unusually cheap, assume it is fake. 1
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Gave my camera longer battery life... I bought a couple of these memory cards for a 2-week trip to Italy, for use in a Pentax Optio SV camera. I also bought an extra battery. Well, I forgot to bring my battery charger so all I had was two charged batteries and two of these flash memory cards for the whole two weeks.Amazingly, my first battery lasted 11 days, over 200 pictures. That's MUCH longer than it used to last with the 256MB card I had in it (can't remember the brand). And this was on my old battery, so I know that the only change was this memory card. Never would have guessed this to be the case. And this was with plenty of flash photography and the LCD preview screen turned on the whole time. I took a total of 284 pictures and could have taken at least 150 more with the amount of batter power left on the second battery.Just thought this was surprising, so I'm giving this 5 stars. 5These things just work! No Surprises I've been using SanDisk and Kingston SD Flash Memory cards for a few years. Some off-band products are cheaply made, and I do not recommend those. But as for these SanDisk and Kingston branded ones (assuming you get a real one, and not a knock-off from some un-reputable online store), you will be happy.My experience with these in both point-n-shoot cameras and in photo frames, GPSs, phones, etc, is that speed is usually not an issue when it comes to writing the images onto the cards. But when you need to copy those images from your camera (or reader) to a PC or printer, the better quality (more expensive) ones will allow you to copy the information off faster. If you are using a mid- to high end DSLR camera, then the speed that the camera can write to the card becomes important if you are shooting large shots (8+, or 10+ or higher GB shots) and shooting them fast (multiple shots per second), or if you are shooting video with your camera, then the write speed can become important.Sometimes these cards are rated or coded as a CLASS "x" (where the "x" suggests the speed that they can be written to where higher is better). My experience has been that some of these rating schemes are not consistent, so in theory a Class 6 card from one brand should be equal in speed to a Class 6 card from another brand, but I'm not sure you can really trust that.My experience has been, you get what you pay for with these cards. But aain, if you are using this with a point-n-shoot, then don't spend top dollar for these. Do your research, and if the card's cost is way lower than the norm, don't get it, as it could be a copy (knock-off) and not the real thing. I have made that mistake. 4That little card that could... Kingston has a good name in flash drive technology. They build quality products and stand behind the sale. The 2GB Card is a great size. It can be used in older devices and with the latest technology. It is surprising fast for a class 2 card. It handles 720p video without glitches and allows for a fairly quick file transfers from the camera to the memory card. Of course, a lot depends on your camera's buffering capabilites. These smaller cards have a hidden value in that they can be used and then placed in a safe place other than your equipment bag. If you have ever had a camera with a 8GB card lost or stolen you quickly realized that unless you backed up your photographs and videos to a laptop or memory storage device you have lost an entire trip's worth of memories. 4good expansion memory for the TomTom GO 720 GPS navigator I chose this card because it wasn't high-speed, which I needed as expansion memory for my GPS unit (a TomTom GO 720). Other TomTom users have had problems with this device and SD cards configured differently; some have reported high-speed cards don't work, or that 4GB cards don't work. This 2GB unit worked perfectly after I formatted it first on a PC with FAT32 file system. The TomTom found it and found the data on it without any trouble. One hint for TomTom users: The TomTom only recognized my MP3s on the SD card after I removed all the MP3s from the main unit's memory and loaded them all on the SD card. I copied MP3s onto the card with Windows Media Player "Sync" function, and then renamed the folder WMP created ("Music") to the name that TomTom uses, "mp3". It has worked perfectly so far; the map software and voices, etc., are still on the unit's main memory, and all my music is on the SD card. 5It works in all my devices I have purchased 3 or 4 of the Kingston 2GB SD cards and I use them in all my devices. They work without fail in the following that I own:Canon Powershot A650 digital cameraAnother Canon Elph type of digital cameraGarmin Nuvi 360Palm TXI'm not savvy to the technical aspects of the speed of the cards and transfer rates, etc. I just know that they work in my electronic devices and I have never lost any data on the cards. The price has been dropping and for around $11 each, it's nice to pick up a few spares, you can never store enough media and data!! I listed my devices in case it helps others who might wonder if this card would work with one of the above they may own or consider buying.I also own a cell phone and mp3 player that I use the 2gb kingston microsd card, they work too! In my opinion, I think kingston makes decent sd cards! 5Kingston 2GB SD card /Excellent product / sketchy software I have been using the 2GB card for music on my Palm T/X for a few months now and never used an SD card before but find it just as fast as the native memory. Of course I'm not running programs off of it, just storage.I think it quite a bargain for 35. bucks with shipping and all through Amazon (forgot the actual seller). Plenty of space for both photos, music, data, etc. It was a lot cheaper than a lot of similar products. I am very happy with it.The only thing I would like to see is some sort of comprehensive command and control center in software specific to this card for different formats that allows you to use it like a drive and makes it easy to set up file folders and move, cut, copy, paste files like in Windows Explorer or My Computer that has a directory tree. I guess a lot depends on the machine you're using it with. The fact is that Palm has a very minimal "Card Info" utility. Other than that it seems like the Kingston 2GB Card is a good card if you consider that I wouldn't know a fast card from a slow card since I'm not using speed intensive apps. with it. 4Not compatible and slow I bought this 2 GB SD card from Kingston for my Archos 405 Portable Media Player but the player does not read it. It doesn't even detect it and when I get in the file manager it freezes. I also bought two 1 GB microSD cards from Kingston with SD adapters and none of them work with the Archos 405. At first I thought it was the media player but I tried it with my old 128Mb SD card I have and it works fine. I'm not blaming the cards either, they all work fine with my Kodak camera and the microSD cards work fine with my cell phones. I think it's just a compatibility problem between Archos and Kingston. If you have an Archos media player, try another brand. By the way, Archos media players can use SD HC up to 16 GB.I use it now in my camera and I can store up to 1500 photos at 5 Mpixels. That's great but it is a bit slow. There are faster SD cards in the market if you are willing to pay more. 3Excellent price and quality Year later update: still flawless.I have been using this card for a couple months and it has been excellent. I use it in my Palm T|X and Palm Zire 72 with no problems. I read/write to it from free Mandriva Linux 2007 & 2008 (YAY!) and a couple Windows verions (yuck!).It is plenty fast enough to playback video and music on my Palm PDAs and through computers - even fast enough to render fullscreen on the TV and monitor.There might be faster SD cards but this one is fast enough for mortal needs. When I need to write close to 2GB I tell Linux to start (a couple mouseclicks) and go do something else for a while. It just isn't possible to write 2GB to the card as fast as it reads. It takes maybe 20 minutes (about like burning a DVD). Writing office docs or pictures can individually take almost no time (fractions of a second).It has been 100% reliable too... I plan to purchase another one for my wife's Zire 72 so she can carry a large lump of music with her. 5Works great for my purpose I can't write a highly technical review of the Kingston Flash Memory Card because I'm not using it for anything that really would require a level of performance that would necessarily set it aside from most other cards.I needed extra space on my Kindle e-book reader, the Kingston comes up in a search in the Kindle store, it was a great price, a good size and I picked it up.So far, I've easily been able to transfer books back and forth between the Kindle and card (which probably says more about the Kindle than the card), but I've never had any data loss or hitches or glitches. 2GB seems to be quite big enough for me - I delete my e-books off my Kindle when I'm done with them and transfer them back to my computer for permanent storage so I don't need a ton of space, but it's nice to have the extra removeable room for really big books or anthologies that I don't necessarily want cluttering up my lists.So, as I said, I can't give much of a technical review, but for those like me who were looking for some expandable storage space for their Kindle, this is a pretty good choice in my opinion. Nice, no frills and good price. 5beware of counterfeit memory cards To the people who have posted that the card does not work or has damaged their computer: you probably bought a fake. Counterfeit memory devices will usually reveal themselves fairly quickly: you will have trouble formatting and file transfer will break down, and your computer will be unable to read the device.The only safe way to buy memory is from a well established vendor (like Amazon) or direct from manufacturer. I have found that out the hard way. The seller here, importer520, buys directly from China, not from US distributors, so draw your own conclusions. If you buy anything like this from an Amazon external vendor's storefront, you are taking a big risk.Rule of thumb for memory devices: if it is unusually cheap, assume it is fake. 1
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