Kingston 16 GB Class 2 microSDHC Flash Memory Card SDC2/16GB

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Kingston 16 GB Class 2 microSDHC Flash Memory Card SDC2/16GB

  • Compliant ¿ with the SD Specification Version 2.00
  • Versatile ¿ when combined with the adapter, can be used as a full-size SDHC card
  • Compatible ¿ with microSDHC host devices; not compatible with standard microSD-enabled device/readers
  • File Format ¿ FAT 32
  • Reliable ¿ lifetime warranty


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In capacities ranging from 4¿16GB, microSDHC cards offer higher storage for more music, more videos, more pictures, more games more of everything you need in today¿s mobile world. The microSDHC card allows you to maximize today¿s revolutionary mobile devices. Kingston¿s microSDHC cards use the new speed Identical in physical size to today¿s standard microSD card, the microSDHC cards are designed to comply with SD Specification Version 2.00 and are only recognized by microSDHC host devices.

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3 Responses to “Kingston 16 GB Class 2 microSDHC Flash Memory Card SDC2/16GB

  • Review by Vincent Yau

    First off, let me say this product works as described, having 16GB worth of storage is great, I put my entire unprotected music library on it (Amazon MP3s and iTunes Plus AACs without DRM) so that I could use it on my Blackberry Bold cellphone and skip the iPhone. Music and video stream just fine off of it. Class 2 SDHC cards run at minimum 2MB/s and I doubt you’ll run into any instances where you won’t be able to play media files off it.

    Make sure your cell phone device can support 16GB micro SDHC cards before buying, some can’t. Most card readers should be able to handle it as it comes with an SD adapter and I had no problem writing to it with my old Sony multi-card reader I got a couple years ago.

    That being said, Class 2 is slower than I’d prefer for transferring large files back and forth (for small files like documents you’ll hardly notice). If they had a Class 4 16GB available I would have paid a little extra for it, but Class 2 was the only thing available. If you plan on just copying over music once in a while, this shouldn’t be much of an issue. But if you are constantly moving video files, it can get annoying.

    If I could go back, I’d get a Kingston 8GB Class 4 (4MB/s) micro SDHC for half the price and half the wait, at least until they release a faster 16GB card.

  • Review by technoshopper

    I used two of these in a Sony Memory Stick Duo Pro adapter in my PSP and it works great. I can now store a bunch of movies.

  • Review by Anonymous

    When I bought this I wasn’t paying attention. I saw the great price and added it to my cart. It was my mistake and not the card’s fault. The card itself works as it should.

    So just to point out, in case you are like me, this is a class 2 card. Class 2 is very slow. Copying 15GB of data to this you need to leave it, go to sleep, get up and go to work and come home. This is using a good quality (sandisk) USB 2.0 card reader. This speed is also evident on my phones.

    I have since replaced this with a class 6 card and recommend it instead.

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