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.