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Kingston ships Class 10 microSDHC card

updated 03:10 pm EST, Mon February 15, 2010

Kingston microSDHC card has 10MBps speed

Kingston on Monday released one of the first microSDHC memory cards to meet the Class 10 spec. The 16GB storage despite its size can transfer data at a minimum 10MB per second. The speed is much faster than the previous peak of Class 6 and will optimize the performance of very bandwidth-intensive devices such as HD video cameras, point-and-shoot cameras or high-end smartphones.

The card is compatible with microSDHC, miniSDHC and (through an adapter) SDHC readers. It will sell for $138 by itself, $139 with an SD adapter and $140 with both SD and miniSD adapters.






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  1. chefpastry

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    USB limitations

    They are approaching the limits of USB (real world, not theoretical). Someone needs to make a card reader that uses Firewire.

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