Another great invention from SanDisk, the microSD is about a quarter of the size of an SD card and is the newest standard of SD flash memory specifically designed for use with ultra-small mobile phones and other devices. Like the miniSD, the microSD is ideal for use in storing media-rich files such as music, videos, and photographs in compatible mobile phones.
High storage capacity (8GB) for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more
Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
High Quality microSDHC card backed by 5 year limited warranty
Built to last, with an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop
**** Not all devices support microSDHC 8GB cards. *
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62 of 66 found the following review helpful:
Just perfect for the jobNov 28, 2008
By Anna Ward I bought this micro sd for my lg enV2 phone, and it works great. The adapter is very handy for transferring pictures and music from phone to computer without having to buy a special cable.
60 of 65 found the following review helpful:
Excellent product.Aug 11, 2008
By Andrew Martin This 8 GB micro SD card is excellent. Not much else you can say. I paid for the item, it shipped and I got it. It works on my Sansa Fuze 8 GB MP3 Player and now I have 16 GB total. It comes with a standard SD-Card adapter so you can plug it into a camera or laptop, etc.
The price was right but the shipping was insane to Canada for an item that weighs less than 1 lb with packing material . That is my only complaint and that is on the side of the seller.
29 of 30 found the following review helpful:
Works great on BB 8320 and is cheapDec 20, 2008
By D. Harris At first it didn't work in my Blackberry 8320 but after a little research I realized that I just needed to update the software to the newer version which supports cards up to 32Gb.
I wanted the card to hold music and photo's and it has done a prefect job. For $21 delivered you cannot go wrong.
16 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Not what was advertised, very unhappyJan 13, 2012
By S. J. Koblentz Using a seller through Amazon, I was under the impression that I was buying the real thing. Not so. The SanDisk label was wrong (it should be red and blue, but was all red). It, and the small plastic case look NOTHING like the image on this listing. The micro SD card doesn't even lock into the plastic case like a real SanDisk product shown in the listing. And the gold seal on the back of the card doesn't have markings.
It didn't arrive in original packaging, just the small plastic SDHC card flip case in a brown envelope. The microchip did not work. Evidently, this same thing has happened to a number of other buyers.I have no one to blame but myself for not paying attention to the reviews.
Luckily, I'm out less than ten dollars.
I have bought online for years, and this has been the first transaction where something has not been as advertised and apprears to be not what it's supposed to be.
I CANNOT recommend this seller, and my one (1) star rating should not be construed as any type of approval or recommendation.
12 of 12 found the following review helpful:
Judge for YourselfAug 23, 2009
By Shannon Davis I read a lot of reviews about items that come listed as "Bulk Package" and I have to say that so far I have no complaints.
First of all, the brand is SanDisk which is very well known. It's not something that's never been heard of. It's 8GB and has an adapter. How can you really go wrong? This item is so versatile.
I'm using mine in my Blackberry and even though it reads it as only a 4GB, I haven't had any problems. I have been told that this happens a lot in phones. They see it only as a certain amount that the company has 'maxed' on the device (probably because an 8GB didn't exist when it was manufactured), but I've loaded all kinds of photos and music onto it and have had no problems. If all else fails, I know that I can load the micro card into the adapter and use it in my camera. So, really...it's a win-win situation no matter what.