Kingston SD Card Hits 16GB

Kingston Technology has introduced a new 16GB SDHC Flash memory card for digital cameras and other devices.

The new entry is the largest-capacity SDHC card Kingston makes. It costs US$231.

Kingston rates the 16GB card as a Class 4 memory card, which means it has a minimum sustained data transfer rate of 4MB per second. It's compatible with SDHC-compatible host devices and writes data in FAT 32 file format.

Kingston said the new card can store up to 7,500 full-resolution images from a 6 megapixel digital camera, or about 5,000 images from an 8MP camera.

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