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Kingston Wi-Drive Hands-on with iPod Touch and iPad [Video]

Kingston Wi-Drive Hands-on with iPod Touch and iPad [Video]

For those of you looking to set up a media center in your living room, your options are ever expanding. What we got a chance to take a bit of a closer look at this week at Pepcom's Holiday Spectacular 2011 was no less than Kingston's latest effort in external harddrive technology, this being the Wi-Drive wireless flash storage device. You'll be able to add a whole 16 or 32GB to your harddrive completely wirelessly and, what's better than that, share the content with any compatible device in the room.

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Kingston SSDNow KC100 SSD for businesses launches

Kingston SSDNow KC100 SSD for businesses launches

Kingston has been making SSDs for data storage in the consumer market for a while now along with RAM for its computers. The new SSD this time around is aimed at the business user and it is called the SSDNow KC100. This is the first SSD from Kingston that is SATA rev. 3.0 6Gb/s and aimed at the business user. The KC100 uses the latest SandForce controller inside for more performance in the business world.

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Kingston debuts its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet

Kingston debuts its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet

Kingston has a huge number of flash drives that users can choose from for low cost, high capacity, and fast transfer speeds depending on their needs. The company has rolled out a new flash drive that it reports to be its fastest USB 3.0 flash drive yet. The flash drive is backwards compatible with USB 3.0 as all USB 3.0 gear is. The new flash drive is called the DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Generation 2 or DTU30G2.

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Kingston Outlines USB 3.0 Product Roadmap at CES 2011

Kingston Outlines USB 3.0 Product Roadmap at CES 2011

Kingston has announced their plans for USB 3.0, and how the company plans to leverage the technology with a plethora of new products they will release in 2011. Making the announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company has dedicated their products to USB 3.0, and plan on releasing devices that range in usage for prosumers, consumers, and enthusiasts alike.

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Kingston 32GB MicroSDHC Class 4 Review

Kingston 32GB MicroSDHC Class 4 Review

If there's one thing we're used to seeing on mobile devices of late, it's "microSD cards up to 32GB supported." Problem is, when it actually comes to fitting maximum-size microSDHC cards inside, your choices have been relatively limited and generally expensive. Kingston is aiming to change that, with a 32GB Class 4 memory card that promises both performance and a sub-$100 street price. Is this the card your smartphone has been waiting for?

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