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Verbatim's New Class 10 SDHC Cards With Up To 32Gb Capacity

Verbatim's New Class 10 SDHC Cards With Up To 32Gb Capacity - Record, transport and share data with Verbatim's new flash cards.

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Verbatim SDHC Card

Verbatim’s new SDHC cards are perfect for use in memory-hungry digital still and video cameras. The new cards offer a minimum data transfer rate of 10Mb/second and are available in capacities of 4Gb to 32Gb both in standard and micro size. Verbatim’s SDHC Cards are fully compliant with all applicable SD standards. They also contain a write protect feature to prevent accidental erasure.

"With its latest SDHC Class 10 high-performance cards – both in standard and micro size – Verbatim is extending its flash range to cope with the growing demand for storage cards with large capacities and short transfer times,” says Hans Christoph Kaiser, Business Development Manager Flash and USB Memory Verbatim EUMEA. “With the two different sizes and the storage capacities of 4GB to 32GB we offer a high-class flash card storage solution for everybody."

Pricing and availability:

They are available in the shops now and cost:

Product Price
SDHC 4Gb £6.99
SDHC 8Gb £12.00
SDHC 16Gb £24.00
SDHC 32Gb £40.00
micro SDHC 4Gb £6.99
micro SDHC 8Gb £12.00
micro SDHC 16Gb £24.00
micro SDHC  32Gb £40.00













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Comments


Kako e2
8 143
20 Jun 2011 10:19PM
Excellent pricing structure. 7 for 4GB / class 10 SDHC is superb price. I don't know who owns Verbatim now, but years ago when I used to sell their 3.5" 'floppy disks' they were part of the Kodak empire and the quality was first class.

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