SanDisk are notorious for creating low and high end storage devices, they are hugely reliable, and cheap too. Their latest product is a slim-line version of the already miniscule SD card. The microSD is about a quarter of the size of an SD card specifically designed for use with the ultra-small mobile phones people with tiny hands seem to own. Like any other Flash memory storage device, this is best used for saving your photographs, movies, and games data on. Most new super small phones seem to work well with this, from the Samsung E250, to the Nokia 6300, there are no software compatabliity issues to report, and is therefore ideal for those of you who like having lots of music on your phone. Lots being 2Gb worth- and for 5 quid, that is quite a bargain. A word of warning- the current £3.94 tag is increased by the £1.99 postage, which is subtly displayed on the right of the page.
The card comes (in most cases) in a case of its own, so you can store it safely away from nasty dust molecules. Transfer is simple, and there is no problem moving from phone to PC and back etc. Much better than other cards of the same size which can cost up to 10 times more. Perfect.