Author: Bob Buskirk
- Usage & Final Thoughts
Removable storage keeps on getting larger and larger, especially with consumer products being able to record HD quality video and take pictures at 12 megapixel resolution. With that said many people think that 2GB cards are more than enough, but if you are shooting video that is not even close to enough space. Today we will be looking at a SDHC (Secure Digital High-Capacity) card from Kingston. SDHC cards currently range from 4GB to 32GB; we received the 32GB version of the card. 32GB is sure a lot of space for videos and photos, let’s see what we can do with this card!
Benefits / Features
Capacity – 32GB
Dimensions – 0.94″ x 1.26″ x 0.08″ (24mm X 32mm X 2.1mm)
Weight – 0.09 ozs (2.5 g)
High-Speed Class Rating
- Class 2: 2 MB/sec minimum data transfer rate
- Class 4: 4 MB/sec minimum data transfer rate
- Class 6: 6 MB/sec minimum data transfer rate
Operating Temperature – -13F to 185F (-25C to 85C)
Storage Temperature – -40F to 185F (-40C to 85C)
Voltage – 3.3v
Compliant – with the SD Card Association card 2.00 specification
Secure – built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
Compatible – with SDHC host devices; not compatible with standard SD-enabled devices/readers
File Format – FAT 32
Reliable – lifetime warranty
Simple – as easy as plug-and-play
Well there really is not much to go over, I mean this is just an SD card. It comes in the typical Kingston packaging, which is extremely hard to open! On the back there is a little bit of information about the card.
The card does come in a plastic carrying case. Once out of the case we can see that this card is a 32GB card and is SDHC class 4. The different classes of SDHC cards are listed above, class 4 means this card will have a minimum data transfer rate of 4MB/sec. Also note that the 32GB card only comes in a class 4 version.
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