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Kingston puts out Class 10, 32GB microSDHC card

updated 07:15 pm EDT, Mon May 23, 2011

Kingstone card transfers data at 10 MB per second

Kingston Digital has added a 32GB Class 10 microSDHC card to its product lineup. The 10MB per second minimum data transfer rate makes the card suited for higher demand such as high-resolution photos or HD video capture from a smartphone, when both the speed and the size are important. Class 10 is already common in full-size SD cards but is still rare in the mobile world.

The card, available now, costs $153. This 32GB version joins Kingston's 4GB to 16GB models that were introduced in March.









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