New Kingston and HyperX Products at Computex 2017
Peter Donnell / 9 months ago
As one of the biggest names in the business, Kingston always has something new to show. Not only that, but it’s also their 30th anniversary, so they brought along a historic collection of product to celebrate.
Their new 480GB M.2 SSD (above and below). Strangely, no product name, just the drive type, so we can’t say more than what’s on the card above here.
The KC1000 NVMe is a lot more high-end. Up to 290,000 IOPS; Capacities Up to 960GB! For 4K video editing, workstations, CAD, etc, this is going to be a big hit.
Their new HyperX Predator DDR4 Memory. With overclocking speeds of up to 4000MHz, upto 128GB kits @ 3000 MHz, XMP, and a lifetime warranty.
That beastly looking card is their DCP1000 PCIe AIC SSD, and there’s also their DCU1000 PCIe U.2 SSD.
That performance is pretty much insane. Sure, you COULD use this at home, but it’s more suitable to the enterprise and server markets, not so much your Plex server.
30 Years of Kingston!
Their new HyperX Peripherals are looking slick too. Loving the textured keycaps and wrist rest. There’s dedicated multimedia controls, RGB lighting, USB pass through and more. Best of all, it’ll be available in three Cherry MX switch types, so you can easily find one to suit your taste.
Need something a little more compact? The Alloy FPS Pro features a super low-profile design. It uses a solid steel frame, with full Cherry MX switches, N-Key, Anti-ghosting, Red LED lighting, and it looks cool too, that’s always a bonus.
Finally, we have their CloudX headset. It’s not a new headset, but it is the first time this one has been made official for the Xbox One.