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Kingston adds capacities to Class 10 microSD memory cards

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Wed March 23, 2011

Kingston adds 4GB, 8GB Class 10 microSD cards

Kingston has added two new capacities to its range of Class 10 microSDHC memory cards. The 16GB version shipped in mid-February, and the company will soon release 4GB and 8GB versions of the fast cards. Class 10, unless the previous Class 4 cards, transfers data at up to 10MBps.

The 4GB model will cost $22 and the 8GB $37. The 16GB continues on at $138. A 32GB version is said to arrive in April. Like other Kingston microSD cards, these ones can be had with a Mobility Kit that includes an SD adapter for an extra $1.



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