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Join Date: Dec 2008
Kingston new 16GB microSDHC and from some information on SSD
"A few words with Kingston in the days preceding the opening of the 2009 GSMA Mobile Wolrd Congress, including memory cards and SSD"
Kingston, in occasion of the 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress, will present a new memory card format in the 16GB microSDHC sold with the SD adapter to fit the new product to devices using the Secure Digital format. The novelty in itself is not to rip those expressions of surprise, but we decided to write this story because we have had occasion to speak of the Solid State Drive to Kingston market soon.
The wait for these discs is fairly high for a simple reason: the two top of the range will be made of the Intel SSD remarked, those units that are placed at the top performance of the supply current, remaining in Solid State Drive.
Kingston, however, will market three sets of SSD, which is why we invite all fans to pay attention to the product families, if they are on the market affordable units particularly in terms of price. The two top of the range, just like Intel will have the initials E and F, respectively, and Enterprise Mainstream, the chosen by Intel for models X-25M/X-18M and X-25E/X-25E. The third series, S, will be something cheaper and less performance, probably aligned with the competition of recent production that seeks to combine high enough capacity for a purchase price not too expensive.