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Kingston - Flash memory card - 8 GB - Class 4 - SDHC

Product overview

Discontinued

Delivery

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Kingston Technology's Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) memory cards are fully compliant with the new Secure Digital Association 2.00 specification. They are a new performance class of SD memory cards designed to meet the storage demands of high-quality digital still and video cameras and other high-resolution image recording devices.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Kingston - flash memory card - 8 GB - SDHC
Product Type
Flash memory card
Form Factor
SDHC Memory Card
Storage Capacity
8 GB
Speed Rating
Class 4
Supply Voltage
3.3 V
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty (Germany, Austria and France - 10 years)

Detail

General

Product Type
Flash memory card
Storage Capacity
8 GB
Compatibility
Non-specific

Memory

SD Speed Class
Class 4
Form Factor
SDHC Memory Card
Supply Voltage
3.3 V
Features
Write protection switch

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
Limited warranty - lifetime

Dimensions & Weight

Width
24 mm
Depth
32 mm
Height
2.1 mm
Weight
2.5 g

Environmental Parameters

Min Operating Temperature
-25 °C
Max Operating Temperature
85 °C

Customer reviews

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5* Beautiful
Reviewed by Zeth on 03/07/2008
Works great super fast, thanks to BT. I imagine it could be cheaper but don't quote me on it.
5* 8Gb for under £15. There had to be a catch...
Reviewed by Matt Charman on 04/06/2010
Yes, that's 8Gb of SDHC storage for under £15. That's cheap. There had to be a catch...

Speed... pretty good actually. Sure there are faster cards, but they're a lot more expensive. It certainly stored 3 pictures per second at 5 megapixels from the digital camera without complaining.

Reliability... time will tell, but looks good and it's a respected brand.

The catch... it's located on the side. If you flick it, it write protects the card. You slide it back to unprotect it. That's the only catch I could find!
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