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SanDisk Ultra II SD Plus Granger IN

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CircuitPro Electronics
(574) 272-5000
50744 State Road 23
Granger, IN
 
Argos Electronics
(574) 892-6700
200 W Walnut St # A
Argos, IN
 
Audio Vision Designs
(574) 255-0104
1306 N Main St
Mishawaka, IN
 
Choice One Communications Incorporated
(888) 832-5801
205 W Jefferson Blvd
South Bend, IN
 
Tescom
(574) 289-2016
1628 Commerce Dr
South Bend, IN
 
Comcast Spotlight
(574) 282-2505
1001 N Hickory Rd Ste 500
South Bend, IN
 
Auto Radio Specialists
(574) 256-2333
1335 Lincoln Way E
Mishawaka, IN
 
Av Designs
(574) 968-0624
1306 N Main St
Mishawaka, IN
 
Mc Satellite
(574) 255-4000
2914 Lincoln Way E
Mishawaka, IN
 
Airtechnics Incorporated
(574) 233-9340
2346 S Lynhurst Dr Indianapoli
South Bend, IN
 

SanDisk Ultra II SD Plus Review at Cameratown.com

SanDisk Ultra II SD Plus Review

Reader Score: 6.60 (out of 10)
"The benefits of the SanDisk Ultra II Plus were demonstrated during one of my meetings with Tanya Chuang, SanDisk's retail product marketing manager. The card is based on the Secure Digital format, the memory card that may be referred to as the standard storage medium by now. At the time only a handful digital cameras and some PDAs supported the new format, where as presently the majority of the digital cameras support the Secure Digital memory card. Besides that, the amount of camcorders, MP3 players and cellphones containing a Secure Digital slot, increases by the day. Every single one of these devices stores data on the card, but direct transfer from computers and digital cameras or MP3 Players is not possible. Earlier a physical connection between both devices or a card reader had to be used in order to enable data transfer. The SanDisk Plus puts an end to this by integrating a USB interface in the memory card." ...

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