: Number of User Reviews: 8
Reviewed by: olivarulez from PA on May 11, 2005
Experience: 30 Days
Strengths: Seems to be well made, haven't had any data errors or issues so far. No loss of information to be reported.
Weaknesses: Seems to be a little on the slow side. For an Ultra SD card, it doesn't perform like one. Benchmark tests in my Tapwave Zodiac have it listed as "average" speed.
Summary: I think it's a good SD card, but I don't think I would spend the extra $$$ on it again. The normal Sandisk card would probably be just as fast. I've heard that Transcend's 66x cards are supposed to be faster and Kingmax's SD cards are also quicker as well.
Reviewed by: vzt9lh from MI on Dec 11, 2004
Experience: 15 Days
Strengths: Dramatically reduces the save and view times for digital photos.
Summary: I recently bought a Panasonic DMC FZ-20 5Mpixel digital camera and I needed a larger memory card. I highly recommend a high speed SD card like this one as it cuts the save time for a 5Mpixel TIFF file from ~4.5 seconds to ~2 seconds (on my camera).
Reviewed by: JaiKnight from WA on Dec 12, 2004
Experience: 1 Weeks
Strengths: Fast Lots of storage
Summary: This SanDisk Ultra II card is fast. Fast enough for a Canon SD300 to take full video at 640x480, 60fps until the card fills up. It easily supports the camera's 2.4fps continuous shooting mode as well. Other than that, everything is standard, it's a normal SD card size, has the lock switch, weighs next to nothing. It comes with a slimmer plastic case which is nice for fitting inside a digital camera bag without a lot of extra bulk.
Reviewed by: tugrulss from OH on Nov 17, 2004
Experience: 2 Days
Strengths: Very good for music files on my Axim 3. I like the fact that you can lock up stored information.
Weaknesses: Can't back up personal files
Summary: Purchased for MP3 files and jpeg photos and it does the job. All of my music files and photo files are accessed with extreme quickness due to the fact the card runs at 60X. I would highly recommend the the Ultra versus the basic 1GB San Disk SD Card.
Reviewed by: pramit from CA on Nov 15, 2004
Experience: 2 Weeks
Strengths: super fast and tiny
Weaknesses: incompatible with the SanDisk 6-in-1 PC Card adapter
Summary: (Edited December 01st by pramit) The card is tiny, super fast and holds a LOT. Highly recommended for the fast cameras of today. Also, can't beat the fact that it's an SD card which means that it works in a lot of today's compact cameras.
Reviewed by: memosh from NJ on Mar 22, 2005
Experience: 25 Days
Strengths: Very fast read/write speeds, very large capacity.
Summary: I use this card on my Axim X50v. I can install some of the programs on the card, and because it is fast, the programs can run as fast as programs installed on RAM.
Reviewed by: bigbearsfan from OH on May 4, 2005
Experience: 1 Month
Strengths: High speed writing and reading of data/songs/pictures.
Weaknesses: None as of yet.
Summary: This is a great product. I swap it back and forth between my digital camera and my mp3 player. It is pretty darn fast in the read and write categories. It is faster than most SD cards on the market. Sandisk also has a pretty good reputation for making some pretty solid products and providing good service and warranty coverage.
At this point, I can't find anything wrong with this product. It works well.
Reviewed by: monymgr2u from CA on Mar 4, 2005
Experience: 2 Days
Strengths: Easy to install and use
Weaknesses: Haven't found any
Summary: (Edited March 04th by monymgr2u) I am using this in my Palm T-5. This memory card is fast in reading and writing word and excel files I have saved onto it. I now feel like I have a mini office in my pocket.