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.
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?
Kingston has a huge range of SSDs today with all sorts of products aimed at consumers and enterprise users. The SSD market is always growing on both ends of the spectrum with new high-end parts for enthusiast or enterprises and low end cheap parts for the average consumer looking for a budget upgrade. Kingston has unveiled a new SSD for the budget end of the spectrum called the SSDnow V100.
Kingston has been peddling SSDs to the consumer and enterprise user for a while now and has a vast range of capacities and offerings to choose from. The company has announced its latest SSD that is specifically aimed at the enterprise users in corporate client systems. The new SSD has a strange storage capacity of 96GB.
Kingston has unveiled a new fan for overclockers and enthusiasts that will keep Kingstons HyperX RAM running nice and cool even when overclocked. The company has been offering a fan for a long time for its high-end RAM modules that has dual fans and a blue color on the outside.
If you are a mobile phone user that stores tons of content on your device like music, video, and photos you need a lot of storage. If you are using a phone that has a microSD card slot built in to expand storage, Kingston has unveiled a new card that you may be interested in.
Kingston has announced that it is launching a new CompactFlash card that is aimed at high-end DSLR users. The new CF card supports very fast 600x speeds with UDMA mode 6. The read and write speed for the card is up to 90MB/s.
Kingston has been a big name in the memory business for awhile now, especially amongst those that want to grab some good, but relatively cheap memory options. However, Kingston wants to make their name known in every available facet, so that's why they've recently unveiled their new water-cooled DDR3 memory kits, which are specifically targeted for the hardcore gamers out there.