The 'Sandisk Extreme III 2GB SD Memory Card' costs £10.05 from Amazon.
Decorated with a black and red design, it looks like it means business! - but how does it actually perform?
This particular SD is claimed to use something called 'ESP'. This stands for 'Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing' - which basically tells us that 'it's fast'.
With a minimum 20MB per second read and write speed, this product is quick enough to use for hi-def video capture and continuous DSLR shooting.
Therefore, if you're a serious photographer, or your current card is a bit slow for your liking, give the Sandisk Extreme a go - it will speed you up no end!
THe card will apparently work in extreme temperatures ranging from -13F (-25C) to 185F (85C). This sounds impressive, but it's a claim i'm not going to test. Anyway, I take the majority of my photos here in the UK rather than in Antarctica or the Sahara desert.
I'm not claiming it's as good as my other card of choice - the 'Lexar Pro 133x', but it's a close run thing, and the speed of both devices is very similar. However, Sandisks product is around £8 cheaper and represents good value for money.
I would highly recommend the Extreme III as a reliable and very speedy SD.