Memory Cards

    1. CF II Cards
      CFII cardsare identical to CFI with some minor differences. For one, CF II Cardsare 1.7mm thicker than its counterpart and, secondly, those devices that contain CFII slots are backwards compatible with CFI Cards (doesn't work vice-versa). As with above, these cards are sold in capacity of up to 1GB (2GB and above only work with devices that utilize the FAT-32 file system).

    1. Memory Stick for Sony
      Memory stick is a removable flash memory cardformat, and is also used in general to describe the whole family of Memory Sticks. It gives you maximum storage for your compact digital camera, portable audio device, or PSP hand-held entertainment system. offers various MS cardswith wholesale prices at your services.

    1. Micro SD (TF) Cards
      Micro SD (TransFlash) memory card is a type of portable flash memory card specifically designed for mobile phones and other small devices. A Micro SD cardworks in SD-compatible devices via an adapter. Like any flash memory card, it can be used to store various types of files, including photos, videos, music and software. The Micro SD memory card is functionally compatible with the SD memory cardbut is smaller in dimension. The Micro SD memory cardcommunication is based on an advanced 8-pin interface and the host interface supports both regular SD and mini SD memory.

    1. Mini SD Cards
      The mini SD cardis a portable memory device designed to be used in cell phones/mobile phones, digital cameras, MP3 playersor other electronic gadgets. offers you a wide selection of mini SD cards at wholesale prices.

    1. MMC Mobile Cards
      The MMC mobile cardis an enhanced RS-MMC flash memory carddesigned for use with mobile phones requiring low-voltage and high-speed data transfer. Ideal for storing all types of media, including music, videos and photographs, the MMC mobile cardcomes with an extender for compatibility with devices using full-sized MMC memory cardslots.

    1. SD Cards
      A secure Digital (SD) card is a tiny memory cardused to make data storage portable among various devices such as car navigation systems, cellular phones, eBooks, PDAs, smartphones, digital cameras, music players, camcorders and personal computers. A SD card features a high data transfer rate and low battery consumption, both primary considerations for portable devices. It uses flash memory to provide nonvolatile storage, which means that a power source is not required to retain data stored.