Kingston adds 16GB model to SDHC Memory Card line

Kingston 16GB SDHC

March 10, 2008 Kingston has doubled its the capacity of what was previously its largest SDHC offering by announcing a 16GB SDHC Flash memory card with minimum transfer rates of 4MB per second.

The new US$231, 16GB card joins 4 and 8GB SDHC versions which are available in a faster speed rating (Class 6 or 6Mb/sec guaranteed minimum data transfer rate).

Kingston's SDHC cards use the FAT 32 file format and are specified with an operating temperature of -13° F to 185° F (-25° C to 85° C) and a storage temperature of -40° F to 185° F (-40° C to 85° C).

Panasonic is expected to release a 32GB, Class 6 SDHC card in April this year (but expect to pay premium at around US$700).

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