Digital Cards are now the dominant flash
memory format for all PDAs, including Pocket
PCs. The menu below reflects current
offerings in the 1GB SD market.
Sandisk 1GB Secure Digital Cards
HP 1GB Secure Digital Cards
Kingston 1GB Secure Digital Cards
Viking 1GB Secure Digital Cards
1GB Secure Digital Cards
If you move large audio or video files to your Pocket PC, it's much easier (and faster) to write directly to a Secure Digital or CompactFlash card with a flash memory card reader than to transfer the files via ActiveSync.
SanDisk 12-in-1 Card Reader
The SanDisk ImageMate 12-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader allows you not only to read from and write to the SD and CF formats used in Pocket PCs, but to read and write to other popular flash memory card formats including MultiMediaCard, RS-MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, SmartMedia, xD-PictureCard and xD-PictureCard Type M. The up-and-coming miniSD card is also supported.
Works with Windows ME, 2000 and XP and Mac OS X v10.1.2 and above.
SanDisk USB 2.0 SD & MMC Card Reader
If you transfer a lot of files to and from your Pocket PC's Secure Digital card, try a stand alone SD card reader and avoid the hassle of syncing for every file transfer. This reader, the SanDisk SecureMate, offers USB 2.0 data transfers with any SD Card.
SanDisk's MobileMate Mobile Reader is the smallest readers on the market and unique in their compatibility class (for this product: SD, miniSD, MultiMediaCard, RS-MMC, and TransFlash), ideal for memory-enabled mobile-phone users and photo-travel needs. The flash-memory cards can be plugged directly into the readers. No card adapters are required.