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Kingston 32GB Class 4 microSD Card & Adaptor

(Class 4)

CCL Code: RAM0430
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Manufacturer Code: SDC4/32GB
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Manufacturer: Kingston
Kingston   32GB Class 4 microSD Card & Adaptor

Key Features:

  • Capacity: 32GB
  • Speed: Class 4
  • Includes Adaptor

Delivery Options (from £1.20)

Wednesday 11th August via Priority DPD

Friday 13th August via Royal Mail

Collection Options

Wednesday 11th August from CCL (BD11 2PS)

Wednesday 11th August from Local Collection Point

£7.67

inc VAT

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Massive 32GB Micro SD card

Storage

Memory Type Flash
Memory Size 32 MB
Memory Package Secure Digital SDHC

Performance

Class Rating 4

Interfaces/Ports

Interface Type Secure Digital
Interface Micro SDHC

Environmental

Operating Temperature -25 to 85 °C

Physical

Form Factor Memory Card + Adaptor
Case Colour Black
Width 1.1 cm
Depth 1 cm
Height 1.5 cm
Barcode 4061717501

Warranty

Warranty Parts:1 year limited • Labour:1 year limited

Key Features

Disk Capacity 32 GB
Main Colour Black
Memory Class 4

Item Details

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code SDC4/32GB
UPC 740617175011
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty Parts:1 year limited • Labour:1 year limited

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Kingston
Manufacturer Code SDC4/32GB

Do you have you a question about the Kingston Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) 32GB Memory Card?

Q: will this fit and work in a Vodafone ultra smart 6 mobile phone
Answer by Dan on 11th July 2016
Yes, this should work fine with that phone. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi just to make sure this is compatible with Versus 9.7 touch tab.
Answer by Adam on 12th December 2013
Yes it is fully compatible with the tablet specified. -AdamR
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Q: Will this be compatible with a device which specifies it takes a TF card?
Answer by CCL on 8th October 2012
TF or TransFlash is the same as SD, however it would depend very much on the device itself as to the highest capacity card it will take. -Danlevan
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