Kingston micro SDXC 64GB Class 10 a little pricey
If you happen to own a mobile device that sports an expansion slot, you’ll know that having the ability to expand on the memory of your device can be a god send, and in this day and age the ability to take advantage of memory cards on smartphones and tablets is becoming more important than ever. As such Kingston has announced their new microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card.
The Kingston microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card delivers additional storage capacity for such things as games, pictures, music, and videos, and is completely compliant with the latest SD Association specification.
The microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card operates on the exFAT file system that is designed to handle very large quantities of data like larger files than 4GB. Furthermore Kingston microSDXC memory cards are built on non-volatile memory components with no moving parts, whilst offering the class of speed rating Class 10, which provides a 10MBs minimum sustained transfer rate.
The Kingston microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card is compatible with SDXC host devices, but not compatible with microSD or microSDHC devices or readers, whilst all cards are 100 percent tested and backed by a lifetime warranty and free tech support.
The Flash memory business manager for Kingston, Andrew Ewing says that their new 64GB microSDXC class 10 memory card offers the customer the opportunity to maximise storage and performance capabilities of their current tablet or smartphone.
When combined with the adapter the Kingston microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card can be used as a full sized SDXC card. The microSDXC card measures 11 x 15 x 1mm, and the SD adapter measures 24 x 32 x 2.1mm.
However, when it comes to the price of the Kingston microSDXC 64GB Class 10 memory card, it does seems somewhat pricey for a 64GB memory card, as it commands a price tag of $100.
Would any of our readers be prepared to shell out a hundred bucks for 64GB of memory expansion?