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Although Kingston's latest trio of 4GB miniSDHC cards aren't first on the scene per se, that Class 6 iteration is sure sitting at the head of the class. Partnered by Class 2 (2MB/sec) and Class 4 (4MB/sec) versions, the Class 6 miniSDHC card boasts an impressive minimum sustained data transfer rate

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Although Kingston's latest trio of 4GB miniSDHC cards aren't first on the scene per se, that Class 6 iteration is sure sitting at the head of the class. Partnered by Class 2 (2MB/sec) and Class 4 (4MB/sec) versions, the Class 6 miniSDHC card boasts an impressive minimum sustained data transfer rate

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4GB in an miniSDHC card? We scoff at the audacious bulk of such a memory device! See, only microSD can cut it anymore around the Engadget HQ, now that Kingmax has squeezed 4GB of flash memory into a microSDHC card -- champions of lesser memory formats will be shot on sight. Plus it's not just the c

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4GB in an miniSDHC card? We scoff at the audacious bulk of such a memory device! See, only microSD can cut it anymore around the Engadget HQ, now that Kingmax has squeezed 4GB of flash memory into a microSDHC card -- champions of lesser memory formats will be shot on sight. Plus it's not just the

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So by now you've seen a smattering of SDHC devices and even a few cards with capacities up to 8GB right? But what about some good ol' miniSDHC and microSDHC bastardization of the SD 1.0 standard? Sorry to tell ya, they're on the way too. In fact, Sandisk already announced their 4GB miniSDHC card bac

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So by now you've seen a smattering of SDHC devices and even a few cards with capacities up to 8GB right? But what about some good ol' miniSDHC and microSDHC bastardization of the SD 1.0 standard? Sorry to tell ya, they're on the way too. In fact, Sandisk already announced their 4GB miniSDHC card bac

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It may not be as small as a microSD card, but if you value size in bytes over size in millimeters, SanDisk is looking to hook you up with their new 4GB miniSDHC flash card, announced at CTIA. SanDisk is pushing this one squarely for use in cellphones, touting it as the cure-all solution to your mult

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