Kingston extends Class 10 memory card range23 March 2011 15:34:16
Memory card maker Kingston has announced new additions to its family of high-speed MicroSDHC cards.
The firm has begun shipping 4GB and 8GB versions of its Class 10 speed MicroSDHC memory cards, adding to the existing 16GB and 32GB options.
Class 10 memory cards are those which have a guaranteed minimum write speed of 10MB/s.
MicroSDHC cards are most commonly used in smartphones to help meet storage needs for media files such as video and music.
"Kingston's Class 10 microSDHC cards are compatible with many of the latest mobile phones, including Android smartphones and BlackBerry devices, hi-def cameras and the increasingly popular tablet PCs," said Kingston's Krystian Jaroszynski.
"The Class 10 speed provides faster data transfer rates and the various capacities help satisfy storage needs for users with both light and heavy storage needs."
Earlier this year, Kingston unveiled a range of UHS-I class memory cards - the highest speed class currently available.
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