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  1. Transcend Wi-Fi SD Card review

    Transcend Wi-Fi SD Card review

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    Though it looks like a standard SD card, the Transcend Wi-Fi SD Card comes with built-in Wi-Fi and syncs with smart devices.

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    Lexar Professional 133x SDXC 64GB review

    Lexar Professional 133x SDXC 64GB review

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    Designed for HD video capture and burst shooting, this Class 10 SD card marries fast data transfer rates with capacious storage.

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    Samsung 16GB SDHC Plus Class 10 review

    Samsung 16GB SDHC Plus Class 10 review

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    At around £26, the Samsung 16GB SDHC Plus Class 10 card may not be the cheapest currently available, but it justifies its premium by boasting a number of protective qualities in addition to high read and write speeds.

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    Mimobot Star Wars USB Drive review

    Mimobot Star Wars USB Drive review

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    These Mimoco Mimobot Star Wars figurines are offered in 1GB, 2GB and 4GB capacities, though we couldn’t find a 4GB model available for sale in the UK.

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    Panasonic RP-SDV16GE1K SD HC review

    Panasonic RP-SDV16GE1K SD HC review

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    With 16GB of storage on this card you'll be able to store, on average, 320 hours of music or 100 hours of MPEG-4 footage at 384Kbps resolution. This amount of storage needs a fast controller, so this Class 6 card is guaranteed a constant data transfer rate of 6Mbps, but can obtain a maximum speed of 20Mbps.

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    Adata CF 266x 4GB review

    Adata CF 266x 4GB review

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    Compact flash cards don't normally come into our arena of examination, given that they're generally only for use with high-end digital cameras, but as we had the chance to play with this one, we though we'd include it.

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    Secure Digital Trifecta review

    Secure Digital Trifecta review

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    The Trifecta is the latest gadget from OCZ, and is a variation on the Dual SD card, insofar as it's an SD card with its own USB connector head. The device stores the actual data on a Micro-SD card that slots into the side of the Trifecta

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    Crucial 2GB SD card review

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    The vast majority of the cameras that we get in to test come with piddly little storage cards that are next to useless. Really, what value is there in a 16MB card that will take perhaps ten shots before it fills up?

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    OCZ 2GB Secure Digital Dual SD card review

    OCZ 2GB Secure Digital Dual SD card review

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    Genuinely useful and pretty damn innovative. Very rarely are such words thrown around, but OCZ's Dual SD cards are just that. It's a standard sized card, the sort that fits snugly into most cameras out there, but has no need of a card reader

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