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Tuesday, 16 February 2010 12:16

Kingston shows its new 16GB microSDHC card

Written by Slobodan Simic


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Class 10 16GB card

Kingston has rolled out a 16GB microSDHC card that has a Class 10 speed rating and comes with all the adapters to convert it to an SD or miniSD card.

The new 16GB microSDHC card has a Class 10 rating which means that it is capable of transfer speed of at least 10 MB/s. It is features SD Specification v3.0 support and comes with a lifetime warranty.

The card can already be found listed for around €90 to €100 depending on the package, or to be precise, the adapters.

You can find it listed here.

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