I've been trying to figure out who Digital Gadgets is...
They seem to provide accessory bundles for QVC.
They have an Amazon Storefront offering none of their products.
They seem to own the Sylvania brand name and are making the tablets, netbooks, flipcams branded as such.
Or these are 2 unrelated companies all using the same name and logo...
I tried to wayback machine their website and that went no where very useful.
About the SD Card -
SD cards (non-SDHC) with greater than 1 GB capacity
The SD Card Association's current specifications define how a standard SD (non-SDHC) card with more than 1 GB and up to 4 GB capacity should be designed. These cards should be readable in any SD 1.01 devices that take the block length data into account. Any 1 GB or lesser card should always work (so the key question is how one's reader handles block length).
According to the specification, the maximum capacity of a standard SD card is defined by (BLOCKNR × BLOCK_LEN), where BLOCKNR may be (4,096 × 512) and BLOCK_LEN may be up to 2,048. This allows a capacity of 4 GB. The main problem is that some of the card readers support only a block (or, sector) size of 512 bytes, so greater than 1 GB non-SDHC cards may cause compatibility difficulties for users of such devices.
While the sticker seems to say just SD... is there an open one around the warehouse we could get peeked at to see if it is SD or SDHC?