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Kingston 64GB SDXC Class 3 Memory Card & USB 3.0 MobileLite G3 Review

Posted April 11, 2014 by Kenny in Storage, HDs & SSDs


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Price at time of Review: Kingston 64GB SDXC Class 3 UHS-I Memory Card for $108.55 and the Kingston MobileLite G3 $9.95 on Amazon.com


Blazing fast speeds for a SD memory card, compact for easy storage, offered in varies capacities.


Kingston MobileLite G3 Reader a bit Bulky
If you are looking for a SD flash memory card to meet those fast demon speeds, the KIngston 64GB SDXC UHS-I Class 3 Memory card hits the mark and coped with a MobileLite G3 Memory Card Reader you won't be disappointed.
by Kenny
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During our visit with Kingston at CES 2014 this year, we had a chance to sit down with them to talk about the new and up-coming flash memory cards that are designed for HD Media use. With the advancing and growing media recording industry, faster and more reliable flash memory cards are on high demand, especially those looking for high capacity to store everything on one card. With the standards of 1080p recording, Ultra HD 2160p and 3D/4K2K resolutions on the horizon, the number of pixels on recording devices can no longer suffice with the slower and lower capacity memory cards.

It has been a couple of months since the initial talk and today we finally got our hands on the Kingston 64GB SDXC Class 3 UHS-I U3 flash memory card. Kingston developed this particular card in three available sizes, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. The last one will be the memory card we take a look at today.

Kingston was also nice enough to send us the Kingston Mobile Lite G3 SD and Micro-SD card USB 3.0 reader as an extra bonus to be able to test the memory card today. With the speed advancements in the SDXC memory card, we wanted to make sure there are no bottlenecks.

Today as we continue forward, we are going to break down the memory card in multiple testing scenarios to show you the diverse use of the Kingston 64GB SDXC flash memory. But before we do that, let’s talk a little about Kingston:

In 1987, KingstonĀ® entered the market with a single product. Founders John Tu and David Sun addressed a severe shortage of surface-mount memory chips with a memory module that would serve to redefine industry standards for years to come.

Combining one of the most extensive and stringent testing processes in the memory industry, an exceptional free tech support centre and a consistent roll-out of innovative technologies, Kingston Technology has continually set industry standards of quality and reliability throughout its history.

Let’s move forward and take a look at the Package.



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