Kingston Now Shipping 32GB Class 10 microSD Cards
May 26, 2011, 7:47 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Kingston recently announced that it is shipping Class 10 microSD cards with capacities of 32GB. Kingston already offers lower-capacity Class 10 cards (2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB). Class 10 cards have a minimim data transfer speed of 10Mbps. The 32GB Class 10 cards have a suggested retail price of $153. In other microSD card news, a company called Kingmax recently announced a 64GB microSD card. The Kingmax microSD card is a Class 6 card, which offers minimum data transfer speeds of 6Mbps. Kingmax hasn't announced pricing or availability.
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