Kingston debuts 32GB MicroSDHC card

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#1

Kingston debuts 32GB MicroSDHC card.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2010/10/iwLxkr.jpg[/newsimage]Kingston has added a new high-capacity microSD card their lineup which will enable consumers to store greater amounts of media in their portable devices.


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/kingston-debuts-32gb-microsdhc-card-35198/](http://www.myce.com/news/kingston-debuts-32gb-microsdhc-card-35198/)


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#2

Storage sure has come a long way. 32GB on a card smaller than a postage stamp? Amazing! Looking forward to the price coming down on these bad boys.


#3

well if they can cram that much storage on a microsd card then i want 320GB mp3 player with solid state. or ill even settle for 160GB youd only need 5 of these cards. and you could make the chips bigger making them cost less.


#4

This is important for those new Internet Media Tablets that have microsd… until now, there would be a capacity issue replacing my 30gb Zen Vision M…


#5

Imagine a Class 9 32GB SDCH booting Windows 7.
Thin clients just got thinner :slight_smile:


#6

[QUOTE=applegodel8;2548850]well if they can cram that much storage on a microsd card then i want 320GB mp3 player with solid state. or ill even settle for 160GB youd only need 5 of these cards. and you could make the chips bigger making them cost less.[/QUOTE]

You could make your Sony PSP into a 32 GB mp3 player. According to reviews you can put 2x32GB in to make a 64GB mp3 player :slight_smile: