Kingston brings Ultra-High Speed microSD for HD videos

With sports and adventure enthusiasts, frequent travelers and tourists, and creative mobile owners taking and uploading more cinematic and high resolution videos, storage in their mobile devices as well as transferring and uploading those video files has become a valid concern. Kingston Digital has announced during CES 2015 that they are introducing an Ultra-High Spped microsSD that can be a solution to that problem.

Kingston rolls out new higher capacity memory cards

No matter what brand of Android device you are using, one thing they have in common is memory card slots for expansion. Kingston is a big name in memory cards and the company has announced a new generation of memory cards that bring higher storage capacities to the table. Two memory card lines have been upgraded with more capacity including Class 10 UHS-I microSD cards and Class 10 UHS-I SDHC/SDXC cards.

DataTraveler microDUO uses your microUSB port for data storage

The new SanDisk microSD memory card is certainly great, but what if you don’t have a microSD card slot? As devices become more reliant on cloud storage, the added microSD slot is just going away. Though not as slim and easy to tuck away, the DataTraveler microDuo — which uses your microUSB slot — might be more useful.

Kingston Wi-Drive now available with 128GB of storage

For better or worse, some Android handsets are still lacking decent amounts of internal storage space. And on top of that, some are shipping without a memory card slot to add anything extra. That being the case, if you happen to be dealing with the lack of storage, the Kingston Wi-Drive may be able to help.