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Speed on specs for USB with ReadyBoost?

Since a key factor for gaining speed with Vistas ReadyBoost is the speed of the memory that one uses.
Therefor it would be very nice if the speed of the SanDisk Cruizers and the SD-memorycard was written on the specs!
Apacer does a very good job on their high-end USB-memory:
 
 
 
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  / Algot Runebjörk
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Re: Speed on specs for USB with ReadyBoost?

sandisk provides speed spec fopr all their high nd devices as well. it is listed on their website www.sandisk.com
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Re: Speed on specs for USB with ReadyBoost?

From SDII spec (can not find for the standard sd): 

  • Minimum of 10MB/second** sequential read speed for ultra-fast image viewing and data transfer 
  • Minimum 9MB/second** sequential write speed lets you capture large image files faster 
  • no the same format as you quote and the block size is not spec'ed????

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    Re: Speed on specs for USB with ReadyBoost?


    @Capnmax wrote:

    From SDII spec (can not find for the standard sd): 

  • Minimum of 10MB/second** sequential read speed for ultra-fast image viewing and data transfer 
  • Minimum 9MB/second** sequential write speed lets you capture large image files faster 
  • no the same format as you quote and the block size is not spec'ed????


     
    Again if you look at the message above you'll see the specs for standard cards are not provided on sandisk's website. Sandisk only specs their high end devices.