Thursday, April 19th 2012

Kingston Launches New System-Specific Memory Packages for Notebooks

Kingston launched a fleet of new system-specific SO-DIMM memory packages. Each of these packages contain memory that's tested for 100% compatibility and rated performance on the notebook makes they're specific to. These include HP, Dell, Apple, Lenovo, Sony, and Toshiba. The new packages make it easy for ground-store buyers to pick the right memory for their notebooks off the rack, with minimal help from the storekeepers. Newer batches of Kingston DDR3 SO-DIMM memory for notebooks will implement the new packaging.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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4 Comments on Kingston Launches New System-Specific Memory Packages for Notebooks

#1
Munki
The one "for Apple" has to be $30 more :p
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#2
wickerman
by: Munki
The one "for Apple" has to be $30 more :p
Hey Kingston sets the price not Apple :laugh:
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#3
csendesmark
My professional opinion is: Bruwahahhha :D
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#4
Delta6326
.........:wtf: Last time I checked you don't need system specific memory.
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