Kingston SDX10V/128GB SDXC Memory

Aron Schatz
January 5, 2013
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Kingston SDX10V/128GB SDXC Memory
With 128GB of storage, the Kingston SDX10V/128GB brings the capacity to give you almost all you need to get by in today's digital content creation world.

Page 1: Introduction, About Kingston, Packaging


Cloud storage is all the rage these days. You can't go that far and find someone saying how great it is to put everything in the cloud. While there are benefits to having your entire life stored on some random server, you still need a way to get that content saved immediately upon creation before you get to that special cloud. With the increasing use of video, local storage needs a big boost. Kingston steps up with a 128GB SDXC card. Yes, 128GB. It is a class 10 card that's capable of shooting 1080p video and ready to boost your local storage for video cameras and DSLRs alike.

About Kingston


In 1987, Kingston entered the market with a single product. Founders John Tu and David Sun fulfilled a severe shortage of surface mount memory chips with a memory module that would serve to redefine industry standards for years to come.

Combining one of the most extensive and stringent testing processes in the memory industry, an exceptional free tech support center and a consistent roll-out of innovative technologies, Kingston Technology has continually set industry standards of quality and reliability throughout its history.

Reliability is the cornerstone of the Kingston product strategy. It has played a key role in maintaining the long-term relationships developed over the years with customers. Kingston remains committed to exceeding industry standards with every new development while maintaining the signature reliability of its products.



Kingston's red mascot is clearly visible on the retail packaging. This is a standard SDXC card, so there are no frills here. SDXC is the third generation Secure Digital format of card. It is pin compatible with all previous generation of cards, but not backwards compatible. You'll need a SDXC capable device to read and write to this. If you do have a SDXC capable device, it will work with all previous generation cards, though.


The back has some information and a nice picture on how to use the card. You plug it in.


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