Monday, November 26th 2012

Kingston Working on New Wireless Storage Expansion Gadgets

Kingston announced that it will enter Vegas next year all guns blazing, at the 2013 CES, held in January. The company plans to showcase new lines of SSDNow- and HyperX-branded SSDs, and PC memory, in addition to new "wireless storage expansion gadgets." In all likelihood, these are additions to Wi-Drive line of wireless SSDs. At its booth, Kingston will also be exhibiting StarCraft II finals, running live product demos, and let visitors meet its design team. CES 2012 starts in the week of 6th January.
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3 Comments on Kingston Working on New Wireless Storage Expansion Gadgets

#1
radrok
I want to see some non ECC 16GBx4/x8 ram kits :)
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#2
erixx
I want to see performance jumps (up) from year to year like the last 20 years.

We are waiting, IBM..... :)
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#3
patrico
This might sound a bit nuts, but I wonder if a time will come that all components will be wireless and you just sinc them up with your hardware, just a thought :)
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