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Kingston adds two new Secure Digital cards
Dennis Hissink : January 13th 2005 - 12:00 CET
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KingstonKingston Technology Company, Inc. announced the further expansion of its Secure Digital (SD) Card product line with the release of a 512-MB Elite Pro Hi-Speed SD Card, the latest generation of high-capacity, small form factor digital storage devices on the market today, and a 1-GB standard SD card. "Kingston is committed to providing our customers with the latest in high-performance digital media solutions," said Mike Kuppinger, digital media product manager, Kingston. "Secure Digital's small form factor, faster transfer speeds, and enhanced security features makes it the ideal compact storage solution for today's digital devices," continued Kuppinger.
Kingston adds two new Secure Digital cards Kingston's two new SD cards offer higher performance and greater capacity for a multitude of applications, making them ideal expansion options for SD-enabled devices such as digital audio players, digital cameras, PDAs and cellular phones.

Designed for the digital professional or "power" user, the new 512-MB Hi-Speed Elite Pro provides faster transfer rates for anyone wanting increased performance from digital devices that utilize SD Card technology.

Delivering Kingston's best price-to-performance value, the new 1-GB standard SD card offers all SD Card users the advantage of being able to store tremendous amounts of data in a secure environment.
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