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Kingston Transforms USB Flash Drive into Active Storage Device

Kingston Digital Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced Kingston urDrive, a free pre-loaded application available on a variety of its DataTraveler® USB Flash drives. Kingston urDrive transforms USB drives from passive storage to engaged, active storage, allowing consumers …

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Kingston Technology memory breaks two world records

Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced that its world’s fastest dual channel memory kit, Kingston HyperX KHX2544C9D3T1FK2/2GX, was clocked at 2902MHz with CAS 6 and 3082MHz with CAS 7 latencies during a heavy home over-clocking session …

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Is Kingston the most attractive RAM in the market?

In the UK, buying memory could hardly be more puritanical. You duck into your local PC store, whisper in the ear of the store assistant and leave a few minutes later with a brown paper bag under your arm. Nor so in Guang Hua. KitGuru ignores the Welsh jokes and …

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Kingston release new Wi-Drive – wireless, shareable storage

Kingston Digital Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the sleek and functional Wi-Drive, built to address the ever-increasing storage needs of Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users (www.kingston.com/flash/wi_drive.asp). Wi-Drive, a wireless, portable storage solution, allows users to …

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Kingston launch survey with sexy prizes

Kingston are currently involving members of the public in a new survey. They know that techies love freebies, so they are giving away some very nice prizes to get everyone interested. The prizes are: HyperX Genesis 1600MHz 8GB kit Kingston SSDNow V+100 96GB SSD HyperX MAX 3.0 drive How do …

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Kingston update V100 Firmware to stop boot failure

Kingston have discovered a technical issue with their SSDNow V100 solid-state drive. A small percentage of their drives have been shown to hang at BIOS and fail to boot. Kingston has developed a firmware update to address this issue. In their own words: We have learned that a small percentage …

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Kingston revenues reach $6.5 billion in 2010

Kingston had a good 2010, their revenues in 2010 climbed to $6.5 billion, the biggest ever in company history. In 2009 their revenue was $2.4 billion. “Our company was able to take advantage of an improving global economy as well as catch some lucky breaks to achieve our best sales …

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Kingston 1600mhz notebook memory for ‘Huron River’

Kingston have released new HyperX 4GB and 8GB 1600mhz SO-DIMM kits. This new dual channel CL9 memory is the fastest on the market specifically designed to support notebooks and mobile platforms using the new 2nd generation Intel Core Mobile Processor family, codenamed ‘Huron River’. “Our latest HyperX SO-DIMMs are the …

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Kingston launch new Black Memory kits for X58 platform

Kingston have announced the release of new HyperX T1 Black DDR3 triple channel memory kits. These kits have been designed for X58 motherboards and are available in kits of three and six modules in capacities up to 24GB. “Our new HyperX T1 Black triple-channel kits give enthusiasts the opportunity to …

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Kingston launch worlds fastest SDHC cards

Memory giant Kingston are releasing their newest SDHC cards, which are the highest speed class available on the market. These new Secure Digital High Capacity cards – ‘(SDHC) UHS-I Ultimate XX’ are built to high security standards and offering class leading speeds. Aimed at the professional photographer and video creation …

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Kingston HyperX 2133MHz XMP Certified for Intel Sandy Bridge

Kingston have just announced that their new 2133mhz XMP certified memory modules have been approved (Intel XMP certification) for use on the p67 Sandy Bridge platform. The Kingston HyperX T1 kits of four are the world’s first 8GB memory kits to be validated. Intel has posted the XMP certification results …

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Amazon Kindle being bought by iPad owners

When the iPad was launched, and we found out the sales figures many analysts thought that it would be the death of other tablets, such as the Amazon Kindle. This has not been the case as Amazon have said that iPad owners are buying the Kindle, just for books. Amazon …

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Kingston HyperX hits 3068mhz world record

KitGuru has been impressed with Kingston recently – their new HyperX products are producing some fine results in enthusiast systems across the globe. When we recently spoke with Bernd Dombrowsk their Sales Director, he impressed us with his aggressive and upfront style of answering questions. News has filtered in today …

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Size of UK market for SSD in 2011 revealed

Not many things will increase the performance of an existing system as much as GPU, CPU and SSD. KitGuru spends a lot of time in the Lab looking at this kind of thing, so we know what we’re talking about. While every PC has some form of CPU and GPU, …

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Rival’s Crucial taunt: Can its DDR3 really go ballistic?

Professional applications and benchmarks can be as sensitive to memory response times as they are to overall throughput. On that basis, what has happened to Crucial’s top performaing memory – why has it fallen behind? Now that rivals Corsair, Kingston and OCZ are all shipping DDR3 with a CAS latency of …

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Memory Buying Guide

Some people swear that memory is crucial to performance, while others think it’s the ‘Emperor’s New Clothes’ of upgrades. How much memory do you need, what speed should it run at and is it worth upgrading at all? Technologies Actual memory comes in tiny chips. These chips are mounted in …

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