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4GB SDHC Secure digital flash memory card - £9.99 delivered @ Play

£9.99 @ Play.Com
* This high speed version enables you to take continuous pictures quickly / or download data faster as the information is transferred with great speed * Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or dig… Read More
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* This high speed version enables you to take continuous pictures quickly / or download data faster as the information is transferred with great speed
* Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
* Can store music, images, movies and data files

4GB SD High Capacity Card from Play.com.

Please check the device you are buying this card for is SDHC compatible.
SDHC cards are not backwards compatible with standard SD Host devices, however standard SD cards are forward compatible with SDHC host devices.
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#1
Great cards and price. Toshiba brand with Play sticker on top.
#2
Does anyone know how I can check if this will work with my camera? Thanks in advance
#3
Great for the creative zen :)
#4
Gits, I just bought one of those for £14.99 :P

Mind you another card I bought went up by £2 so it's swings and roundabouts.

Do of course remember to check if your equipment can read SDHC cards.
#5
Anyone know which is faster, a Kingston 2 GB elite pro (50x) or this?
#6
There are compatibility issues with this card and I urge that you check your device supports SDHC before you purchase.
#7
Cheers.. Ordered one.. voted hot
#8
I bought one of these cards last year (£17.99)
It would not work with anything i owned (camera, phone or media player) or with anything owned by the people at work ,who I tied to sell it on to.
I use it now as a mini drive to transfer data between computers
#9
vbeardmore
Does anyone know how I can check if this will work with my camera? Thanks in advance


Depends how old your camera is
Most cameras can only recognise up to 2GB
Best to check with Manufacture
Do not know what products can use 4GB SD Cards Yet
#10
JABWootton
Depends how old your camera is
Most cameras can only recognise up to 2GB
Best to check with Manufacture
Do not know what products can use 4GB SD Cards Yet

casio z1050 camera - also the `class number' relates to the speed of the card so 1 is slow 6 being the fastest!
HTH! my card is an intergral - costing over £22!
#11
I got a Sanyo Xacti HD camera and these should work with these. My 4gb sandisk card does and it says SDHC
#12
JABWootton
Depends how old your camera is
Most cameras can only recognise up to 2GB
Best to check with Manufacture
Do not know what products can use 4GB SD Cards Yet


not a camera but the nintendo DS with a TTDS, M3Real or Cyclo would welcome one...

oops its not a micro sorry
#13
jbar1610
casio z1050 camera - also the `class number' relates to the speed of the card so 1 is slow 6 being the fastest!
HTH! my card is an intergral - costing over £22!


This one is class 4 - as shown on the front (number in circle).
#14
Google the model of your camera along with SDHC and you should be able to find if they are compatible.
#15
furq
This one is class 4 - as shown on the front (number in circle).



What is Class Speed Rating?:-D

The SDA defines 3 speed classes in order to let users identify speed and performance capabilities of SDHC cards and the host products. The speed class rating specifies a minimum sustained write speed for SDHC cards.:p

Class 2: >= 2MB/sec
Class 4: >= 4MB/sec
Class 6: >= 6MB/sec

Compatibility



Note: SDHC cards are not backwards compatible with standard SD host devices. Standard SD cards are forward compatible with SDHC host devices. To ensure compatibility, look for the SDHC logo on the host device packaging. Please check with your device manufacturer for their current/future supported SDHC devices.

Features:

SDA 2.00 specification speed performance rating: Class 6.
High storage capacity for high-resolution photo images, high-definition video images, music, and many more.
Waterproof, dustproof, ElectroStatic Discharge (ESD) proof and extreme temperature resistant. They are built to withstand any environment your device can.
With the best SLC components in the industry, they last up to 10 times longer than other MLC-based products.
Weighing less than 2.0 grams, about a size of a postage stamp.

HTH!:w00t:
#16
nippykev
I bought one of these cards last year (£17.99)
It would not work with anything i owned (camera, phone or media player) or with anything owned by the people at work ,who I tied to sell it on to.
I use it now as a mini drive to transfer data between computers


Were the devices SDHC compatible?
#17
will this work with the wii?
#18
Anyone know if this will work in the DSTT (DS Top Toy Card) which takes SDHC cards. (not sure up to what size though ?)

Any Idea's ?
#19
Liddle ol' me
Anyone know which is faster, a Kingston 2 GB elite pro (50x) or this?


In answer to my own question (and see above info on the 4GB Play card):

Kingston's Elite Pro/Ultimate Flash Cards "X" Speed Ratings
Kingston defines X-speed as the write speed, because users generally care more about how long it takes to write data to a Flash card when using it in a digital camera or cell phone. Typically, read speeds are higher than write speeds for Flash cards, so the write speed is more meaningful when measuring performance.

The table shows Kingston Elite Pro/Ultimate X-speed rating versus the comparable MB/sec as calculated from the write speeds.


Kingston's Elite Pro/Ultimate Flash Cards
Elite Pro/Ultimate X-Speed Comparable MB/sec.
45X 6.75
50X 7.5
133X 20
266X 40

Source: Kingston Engineering Labs in benchmark testing;
#20
Ommid
will this work with the wii?


i want to know this too.....
#21
great price, paid £15 the other day for the same thing
#22
neenyrules
i want to know this too.....


according to this guy on play.com it won't, but he might be just be a moaner...

low price- low compatability
eldubya| 20/10/2007 |See all eldubya's reviews (1) »

a cheap card that only works on one piece of kit (vista laptop). Samsung digital camera, wii, SD card reader (x2) and kodak photo frame all ignore it. REALLY regret the purchase

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#23
this search pulls up a lot of results about wii incompatibility too

http://search.live.com/results.aspx?q=wii+sdhc+compatibility&src=IE-SearchBox
#24
If anyone else has a Canon Digital Ixus 70 then you might be interested to know that it is compatable.
banned#25
Anyone know dows it work on a TomTom go 720?
#26
Ommid
will this work with the wii?


The Wii doesn't support SDHC so it won't work.
#27
iv never hada problem..hot..thanks!!
#28
hot deal
#29
Mecoconuts
Anyone know if this will work in the DSTT (DS Top Toy Card) which takes SDHC cards. (not sure up to what size though ?)

Any Idea's ?


It takes Micro SDHC cards so it's not compatible. And I think it's up to 4GB's in size.

Check their site for more info: DSTT Official Website
#30
Any idea how I can tell if my laptops built-in card reader would accept this?

I know it would work with my camera and usb but I prefer to just slot the card straight into the laptop.
#31
Casio z1050. Will take pictures but will not be recognised in computer sd slot for downloading. Can only download pictures when card in camera and the camera is connected to the computer
#32
sdavi3680
Any idea how I can tell if my laptops built-in card reader would accept this?

You might need to upgrade the drivers for your card reader. I had to do that over the weekend. Not an easy task to find the latest drivers for my Texas Instruments card reader, but I got there in the end.
#34
Thanks... gone for one (for my 720!)
#35
Got one for my EeePC :)
#36
Oi lazy people, Google your devices product code and see if its compatible, it takes as much time to post here!!!
#37
well i dont even know how to even begin to find out whether my built in card reader will accept them. its easy to find out if your camera is compatible. i think i might just have to go for 2 x 2gb cards instead.
#38
bummer i just ordered one from 7dayshop for £17 on tuesday. good find dude
#39
How many photos would you get on this (roughly) on a 5 mega pix camera?
#40
Ceri
Casio z1050. Will take pictures but will not be recognised in computer sd slot for downloading. Can only download pictures when card in camera and the camera is connected to the computer


that is becuase the camera supports SDHC and your SD slot supports SD, as mentioned look for an update.

SDHC is not the same as SD

I believe SD cards are limited to 2gb as they are in fat16, where as SDHC are in fat32 and can obtain a higher capacity.

If youe device supports SDHC then this card will work, if you device supports SD cards chance are it wont unless you can get a software/firmware Update.

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