Seriously, what’s a Secure Digital (SD) card doing on this Web site? It should be quietly doing its job in your camera without any fanfare whatsoever.
But SanDisk’s Ultra II SD Plus line of SD cards have a nifty trick up their sleeves: they feature a built-in USB connector that is uncovered when you snap the lower housing out of place.
Sound dangerous? It really isn’t, and the convenience of not having to carry a USB cable or card reader to download your pictures to any computer is really pretty slick.
The Ultra II SD Plus line is available in a variety capacities (we scoped out the lowest prices so you don’t have to): 1GB ($4.99, although it’s discontinued so act quickly!), 2GB ($27.99), 4GB ($49.99), and 8GB ($80.99). If you’re ever in the market for an SD card, get this one.
Keep in mind prices on SD memory drops pretty rapidly, so depending on when you’re reading this post, the above quoted prices could be quite a bit less! Click and see!