New Kingston Memory Products and Cloud II Headset @ CES 2015

/ 5 years ago


Kingston are one of the leading names in the memory industry and CES 2015 quickly showed us why. They brought along their gorgeous new Savage SSD and their latest M.2 which will be pushing for the gaming market through 2015. It offers all the features we’ve come to expect from a high-end SSD, as no doubt a competitive price tag.

Moving into portable storage, they also brought along their new DataTraveler Locker G3 and latest MicroSD XC 4K2K memory cards; we’ve got these in for review at eTeknix HQ, so expect full performance details on these very soon.

Kingston don’t just do consumer products either, they’ve brought along their stunning 4K instant replay system which features a massive raid array of 16 960GB SSDs, it has some seriously impressive real-time video editing features that will no doubt prove popular with TV broadcasters that want to push into 4K content.

Finally, we have their Cloud II headset. The original is widely regarded as one of the best gaming headsets on the market and our initial impression at the show is that the new one is a lot better. Fortunately, I was able to get a sample from Kingston and you can expect a full review in early Feb.









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