Most netbooks out there feature a number of USB 2.0 ports, along with a multi-card reader of some sort. One of the most popular cards that your netbook will be able to read via this card reader are SDHC cards.
Today SanDisk, one of the leading manufacturers of SDHC cards, have released two “netbook specific” SDHC cards. SanDisk say that these two cards 8GB and 16GB are a easy and simple way to add extra storage capacity to your netbook, allowing you to save more data on your netbook. As these cards are slotted into the netbook, they are nicely out of sight.
The SanDisk netbook SDHC cards are $39.99 for 8GB and $79.99 for 16GB card. The cards are re-branded “Class 2″ cards, so they are not as fast as class 4 or 6 versions.
These “netbook SDHC” cards are no different from any other non-netbook cards, so I would recommend you just stick to buying a standard SDHC card and save some money!
You can pick up a Kingston 16 GB Class 4 SDHC card from Amazon for less than half the price, and the card is also faster!