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