MicroSDHC might soon be able to play with the big boys. This Kingston model is the first Class 10 microSDHC memory card and has a minimum data transfer rate of 10MB/sec. That’s over twice as fast as the current Class 4 standard with its 4MB/sec speed. Too bad these cards are more than three times the cost of Class 4 16GB cards right now.
Of course the SDC10/16GB-2ADP is pricey at first with a price tag of $140. But give it some time and they’ll drop down to a more reasonable price. Hopefully they’ll also increase in storage size, too. A 32GB or 64GB microSDHC card could solve all the problems in the world.