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Kingston Digital has announced plans to launch the DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0, a new Flash drive based on USB 3.0 that will come with up to a whopping 1 TB of storage space.
The contenders include the OCZ Vertex 4 128GB, Samsung 840 120GB and Crucial m4 128GB. The most affordable high-capacity SSD featured in our roundup is the Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB, while the...
Kingston showed off their first Windows 8-based Windows to Go USB Flash drive, the DataTraveler Workspace, this week with plans for a October launch date.
Kingston has released a pair of new SF-2281-based drives said to emphasize speed and affordability: the HyperX 3K and the SSDNow V+200.
The maker of one of the most popular solid state drives, Kingston, predicts that prices for SSDs will finally cause the average consumer to pick them before regular hard drives by the end of 2012.
Kingston's HyperX SSD came out of the gates swinging and delivered an impressive show, gnawing on the Vertex 3's ankles every step of the way.
Is that a whopping 256GB USB flash drive in your pocket or are you just happy to see me? The huge flash drive is in Kingston Technology's pocket as they are set to launch the...
Kingston Technology Company is adding a 32GB SDHC Flash card to the Elite Pro line of products. "With the growing popularity of digital video and the HD format, consumers continue to look for...
The consistent NAND flash price drop in the market has prompted Kingston Technology to prepare price cuts for its memory cards, which should spur fellow memory module makers to follow, said industry players. Pressured by...
Memory company Kingston Technology today announced "limited availability"" of DDR400 (PC3200) memory modules. Kingston's DDR400 DIMMs are destined for use on motherboards supporting DDR400 memory. We're not entirely sure how much memory...