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Designed to provide enhanced performance with faster data transfer rates than standard Secure Digital Cards, Kingston's Elite Pro SD cards push the edge of the performance envelope to take advantage of high speed SD technology.
Features / Benefits:
• Transfer Speeds : 8.2MB/sec read rate, 7.7MB/sec write rate*
• Small : about the size of a postage stamp (24mm X 32mm X 2.1mm)
• Secure : built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
• Operating Temperature : 0o to 60o C / 32o to 140o F
• Storage Temperature : -20o - 85o C / -4o to 185o F
• Voltage : 3.3v
• Economical : low power consumption is easy on device's batteries
• Reliable : lifetime warranty
• Simple : as easy as plug-and-play
Please note: Some of the listed capacity is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. Some devices may not support all of the options listed. Consult your owner's manual for supported configurations.
* Speed may vary due to host and device configuration
As a dedicated digicam addict I'd been craving some picture storage with grunt for far too long.
As a lifelong technophobe and software/hardware illiterate I needed something simple enough that I didn't end up staring blankly and breaking it before I even got a chance to use it.
The Kingston 512MB sd-card didn't disappoint. Most importantly, these things are simple. This aspect cannot be overrated, because loads of us common folk don't know much about this sort of thing. So ease of application is an absolute must. These cards are definitely easy, simply slot it in and go, no confusion.
The storage capacity is of course impressive, and the lack of battery drain meant I could spend so much more time happy snapping. 500 plus photos in one go!
To top it off, transfer onto the computer was also flawless. No need to fiddle with extras, it was just a matter of going through the usual process, and there they were.
This card is everything you need in a digital storaqe device. It has the capacity, the ease of use, and it doesn't assault the batteries. I'm a happy and impressed technophobe.
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