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Apacer Class 2 SDHC Memory Card, 8GB
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Apacer Class 2 SDHC Memory Card, 8GB
Manufacturer:  ( APACER )
4,000 AMD

Apacer SDHC 4/8GB Class 2 flash cards offer highest capacity in market

409.gifBreak free from limited storage with the new 4GB/8GB Class 2 Apacer SD High Capacity (SDHC) flash cards. With the largest storage capacity currently available on the market at 8GB, a 2MB/sec data transfer rate and SD Card Association Spec Ver. 2.0 compliance, these SDHC flash cards utilize the FAT 32 file system to offer the large storage SDHC compatible high-resolution cameras, camcorders and multimedia products demand.


SD Classes, as defined by the SD Association, enable a host device to determine, prior to writing data, the specific attributes of a SDHC flash card to ensure optimized write speed. Different classes offer varying levels of storage capacity and card performance. With ECC error detection and correction to ensure data integrity, wear leveling to extend product life, a mechanical write protection switch to prevent accidental deletion and overwriting of valuable data, and auto stand-by and sleep modes to reduce power consumption and extend device battery life, Apacer SDHC 4/8GB Class 2 flash cards offer best in class performance and storage capacity.


Apacer Class 2 SDHC flash cards conform to SD Association specified operating conditions, and meet all SDHC compatible host device requirements. Maximum speed is attained only when using an Apacer Class 2 SDHC flash card with a SDHC-compliant device. Class 2 SDHC flash cards are easily recognized by the SDHC Class 2 logo on the front of the card. To ensure the best performance, use only flash cards with the official SDHC Class 2 logo.



Look for the SDHC logo on the product or packaging of your device, or contact your device manufacturer for details on SDHC card support. Some SD 1.01/1.1 host devices can upgrade firmware so the device can support the SDHC card.
The actual available memory on the device is less than what is listed on the package. This is due to small discrepancies in file formats and algorithms used by various operating systems. In addition, a portion of memory space is reserved for system files and data sectors for better performance.