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Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Kingston UltimateX 100X 32GB SDHC review

3. Summary

When it comes to SD cards, write/read speeds as well as compatibility are the three main factors that you should consider before buying a card for your camera.

Write speeds are more important since that number affects how fast your cameras can dump info from the processor to the SD card. Read speeds are also important when you transfer your photos or videos in your computer.

Compatibility is also very important, but in most cases you can find a camera’s SD card type compatibility on the camera itself, on the camera’s box, or on the manufacturer’s web site listing for the camera.

The Kingston UltimateX 100X 32GB SDHC will most probably cover your data storage needs with modern digital cameras and electronic devices. The card performed even better than its rated specifications - 20MB/s for sequential read and 12-14MB/s for sequential write.

Without any doubt, these speeds are high enough for your mid-range camera. With more advanced point and shoot, super zoom and DSLR cameras, you may need to seek for a faster performance with UHS-1 cards. For instance, we are not sure how Kingston's class10 card copes with a 16 shot burst of RAW files from a Nikon D800's 36mp CCD, where the camera may be forced to buffer for some time before writing the images on the card.

The Kingston UltimateX 100X 32GB SDHC has enough capacity to handle everybody's 2-week vacation. As a class 10 device it has the speed to record 1080P video and still images. Priced at less than $26, is is a god option to upgrade from a standard SD card.




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