The Kingston UltimateXX 233X 32GB SDHC should cover most of your data storage needs with modern digital cameras and electonic devices. The product performed better than its rated specifications in specific read/write sequential tests.
However keep in mind that most digital cameras do not fully utilize the bandwidth offered by the UHS-1 protocol, meaning that performance close to what we experienced in our tests -- 90MB/sec, 48MB/sec for reading/writing -- should be expected only when the memory card is paired with a USB 3.0 card reader.
Compared with another UHS-1 product from Sandisk, we found that the Kingston was faster in sequential reading / writing tests, but remained slower in 4K/4K QD32 tests. We assume if you need an SDHC card for your tablet or if you are performing many reading/writing operations of small files, the Sandisk UHS-1 would be a better choice.
To sum up, unless you're a professional who needs absolute certainty in speed when dealing with very large images or high-bitrate video, you don't need UHS-1. A Class10 rated SDHC would be a wise choice for you, available at almost half the cost.