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Corsair 1GB SD 133x & 2GB SD 60x

Michael Larabel

Published on 1 April 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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Last January we had reviewed the Corsair Secure Digital 133x 512MB card, which was great for its time but with more and more people now using SD cards in a variety of gadgets and needing greater storage capabilities, we couldn't help but to try out some of Corsair's larger offerings. At hand today we will be looking at the Corsair 133x 1GB SD card as well as the Corsair 60x 2GB SD card. Do Corsair's flash offerings still reign supreme?

Features:

· Extremely small: 24 x 32mm
· Ultra-low power consumption for extended battery life
· Lifetime warranty

Contents:

Between the 60x and 133x speed ratings and the 1GB and 2GB capacities, the product packaging is very similar with the only change being the alterations to the paper insert reflecting the speed/size differences. On top of the slim plastic package that encases the product, the Corsair Secure Digital cards also include a smaller reusable plastic container for the SD card itself -- though is common to see this with most small flash products.

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