Wednesday, March 4th 2009

CeBIT 2009: Kingmax


Kingmax is showing off various watercool flash devices, as well as some memory products. The sealed units are hanging in small aquariums. The company is offering SDHC, microSDHC and USB flash devices with this attribute. There are a few more interesting things, hit the"Read full story" link for more.


You will also find an SSD at their booth. They are not actively pushing the product, but are showing it off to underline the fact, that Kingmax is also capable of producing such devices. The 64 GB Compact Flash card on the other hand is a production unit.


You will also be able to take a look at their DDR2 and DDR3 products. Kingmax is now offering triple channel kits. They come in flavors of 1333 and 1600 MHzSource: Kingmax
Add your own comment

13 Comments on CeBIT 2009: Kingmax

#2
ShadowFold
Whoa those flash drives work with Windows Vista :laugh:
Posted on Reply
#3
human_error
by: ShadowFold
Whoa those flash drives work with Windows Vista :laugh:
Lol...

So is their RAM, i'm glad really, that non-vista compatible ddr3 is a real pain :wtf:
Posted on Reply
#4
h3llb3nd4
Dude I need one, just in case someone spills their coke over it...
Posted on Reply
#5
DrPepper
The Doctor is in the house
Now I can finally store my memory in my aquarium instead of a drawer. My life is complete.
Posted on Reply
#6
eidairaman1
now lets see them take those models out of the water, wipe em off and put them into a computer and see if they work.
Posted on Reply
#7
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
kingmax link doesn't work
Posted on Reply
#8
PCpraiser100
I seriouosly want them to waterproof SSD storage since those will be our favourite sotorage for external solutions.
Posted on Reply
#9
BazookaJoe
I think those waterproof ones are for Canon's new "waterproof" pocket point-n-shoot cameras...

You know - if you go deeper than 16 feet... (5 Meters)
Posted on Reply
#10
Binge
Overclocking Surrealism
by: kid41212003
That kit look so much like Corsair's.
Corsairs have extended (taller) PCBs for their DDR3.
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment