Perhaps one of the best advances in the smartphone evolution is the adoption of user-expandable storage (iPhone excluded of course) . Lately that means a microSD slot which is capable of supporting up to 16GB of data on something the size of a pinky fingernail. In this review we take a look at the Kingston effort, a 16GB microSDHC card with minimum data transfer rate of 10MB/ sec.
Kingston sells the card on its own, with a package that includes miniSD and regular SD adapters, and even with a super small USB reader. This means the card can be used successfully in anything from cell phones to laptops to digital cameras. The USB reader is nice for users who want to load on a ton of content to the card but might want to bypass a slow phone interface or have a computer without a card reader.
The class 10 cards are available in capacities from 4GB to 16GB, an increase in speed over the previous generation microSDHC cards and higher capacity over the microSD format.