Kingston Reveal Their Latest Storage and Memory Products
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Kingston Computex 2018
We’ve already seen the impressive range of gaming peripherals and accessories from Kingston here at Computex 2018, but what about their core business, storage and memory? They rocked up with their new Kingston A1000 NVMe drive. Sure, they all pretty much look the same, but this one looks very competitive. It’s got a 960 GB capacity, Gen 3.0 x2 PCIe NVMe, and a single-sided design. The market is pushing for cost per GB again, so expect this to be very competitive.
The days of running out of memory on your devices are fast going away. The new Kingston SD cards now come in up to 512 GB formats, offering 90 MB/s read, making them perfect for 4K video. Their Canvas React, Go, and Select series looks set to offer something for every mobile and photography scenario.
Notebooks, laptops, desktops and more. They all offer a limited number of ports. With the Nucleum, you can expand that in a big way. It offers up 7 USB ports, a 4K HDMI port, and can charge connected devices; all it requires is a single USB-C port.
Finally, we have their security focused flash drives. Nothing majorly new here, but for those who need to keep their data protected, it seems Kingston has a solution for you!
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