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Mar 23, 2011

Kingston's Class 10 MicroSD Family Gets Bigger, Stays Tiny

Kingston is putting an extra boost the smallest of its tiny memory cards. The popular provider of flash storage is upping its 4GB and 8GB microSDHC cards from Class 4 specifications (up to a 4 MB/s transfer rate) to a whopping Class 10 spec and all of its 10 MB/s goodness. The newly announced models join a 16GB version that has been available for several months.

By completing the family tree of Class 10 cards, Kingston is offering faster all-round performance for file transfers on smartphones, quicker write times for microSD-wielding cameras and basically a few seconds of your life back -- at lower prices than before, though you'll still be paying a premium compared to slower cards. The two memory cards start shipping at the end of March and are being offered with an available Mobility Kit, which includes an SD adapter and a USB card reader.

 But, if you want a full-fat 32GB model, you'll have to wait for Q2 of 2011 like the rest of us. Pricing starts at $22 for a 4GB model up to $138 for the 16GB model.

7 comments:

Alixander said...

Jeez these things are expensive. I'll just stick with my pocketful of tiny flash drives, thank you.

Zombie said...

Me gusta! :D

Dudemeister said...

So small, yet so big.

Biff Tanner said...

Sweet!

Jay.CA said...

unbelievable for its size.

Electric Addict said...

more is better

lovebloggin said...

i have one in my phone right now :)