Kingston debuts new 32GB microSDHC card

Shane McGlaun - Oct 7, 2010
Kingston debuts new 32GB microSDHC card

If you are a mobile phone user that stores tons of content on your device like music, video, and photos you need a lot of storage. If you are using a phone that has a microSD card slot built in to expand storage, Kingston has unveiled a new card that you may be interested in.

The new card is a Kingston branded microSDHC card packing in 32GB of storage and carrying a class 4 rating. The card is set ship on October 11 and the 32GB of storage is enough for 6,000 songs or 2,000 minutes of video according to Kingston.

Kingston notes that the memory card has been tested to work without any issues on the HTC EVO 4G, HTC Shadow, Droid X, Blackberry Bold 9000, and the Galaxy S Vibrant smartphone. The card offers at least 4MB/s of data transfer and will sell for $153 for the microSDHC card only in 32GB capacity and a version with a SD card adapter will cost $155.

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