Summary: I was so happy to find 1 GB SD Memory cards for my camera. I have an old Epson Picturemate (1st one made) and it requires a 1 GB memory card. I looked in a lot of stores locally and even went online to see if I could purchase a new 1 GB SD card for my camera. I couldn't find one anywhere, but I love the pictures produced by the Picturemate. I decided to check Overstock and was so happy to find the card and the price was great.
Summary: Although this sd card is approximately double the price of normal 4 GB sd cards the premium is well worth the versatility. Not only does this card make transferring pictures from cameras to computers and other devices without sd card readers simple and cordless, but it can also replace a USB flash drive (thumb drive) of the same storage capacity and it is so small it can fit unnoticed into a wallet!
Summary: The San Disk USB memory cards are ideal: easy to use, carry and holds a ton of photos. This card is 4 MB, the first one I bought five years ago was 1 MB. Other memory cards require additional cables to connect but, with the San Disk cards, you fold the card in half, plug the small end into the computer and it shows the icon on desktop. If a computer program exists for the photos, click on the desktop icon and the images show at one time .
Summary: I have been looking for an inexpensive source for these memory cards for some time and finally found them at Overstock. Too bad they aren't sold everywhere. Previously I had purchased 512 Mb versions of these cards but could not find higher capacity cards for even twice the price paid for these.
Summary: I have been looking for these. I bought one about 4 years ago, paying a lot more at the time. They are fast and I really like the convenience of being able to use the USB feature to transfer pics to a PC.