Kingston has added the largest capacity card yet available to its Elite Pro line of flash memory today with the introduction of the Kingston 32GB Elite Pro SDHC card
. This new Class 4 card promises to maintain a minimum write speed of 4MBps and joins 4, 8, and 16GB variants already available in the series.
The company claims its new 32GB card can capture over 6,000 images with a 10 megapixel camera or 8 hours of high-definition video with a 6 Mbps bit-rate. While Kingston isn’t breaking any storage or speed records with the new 32GB Elite Pro, at “just” $308 it certainly is a more wallet-friendly option than Panasonic’s speedier Class 6 memory cards