Never to be outdone by rival SanDisk, Kingston has leaked news of its upcoming Class 4 microSDHC card. Scheduled to retail on Monday, October 11, the hefty memory card is being touted as “the perfect mobile storage solution for entertainment and business applications as smartphone use integrates into everyday life.”
The extra-extra capacity is being justified by Kingston’s own Flash card product manager Mike Kuppinger as ideal for family fun. In his own words:
“Mobile phones are about more than just staying in touch as we also use them to take pictures at our kids’ sporting events, shoot videos on vacation and post to social media sites. An extra 32GB of expandable memory takes these capabilities even further.”
To further entice you, here’s a rundown of is super abilities and overall compatibility:
“Kingston’s 32GB microSDHC card is capable of storing nearly 29,000 photos, over 6,000 songs and more than 2,000 minutes of video. The card has worked flawlessly when tested on the latest crop of smartphones including the HTC Evo™ 4G and Shadow™; Motorola Droid™ X; RIM (BlackBerry®) Bold™ 9000; and, Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant™. ”
Having saved best for last, here’s the retail price: $153.00 and crawls slightly upards when you add features like SD adapters.
Remember, this bay hits store shelves on Monday.
Via EngadgetFiled Under: Technology News