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Kingston introduces 32-GB Flash memory card

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  February 8, 2009 10:35 AM

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Kingston CompactFlash
Kingston Digital has introduced a 32GB CompactFlash card, part of its Elite Pro line. It's a step up from its 16GB version, offering twice the capacity and fast data transfer rates for high-end digital cameras -- stills and video. At 133X (a write speed of 20MB/sec), it's not the fastest card in Kingston's line -- that would be its Ultimate brand, with cards with write speeds of 266X (40MB/sec). But it's plenty
fast enough and spacious enough for today's high-res DSLRs and digital cameras. You have to be a pretty serious hobbyist to buy this card; it has a suggested retail price of $154 -- but watch for discounts.
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