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Almost SSD: Kingston Launches New and Fast USB Drives

Drives The new Savage boasts a capacity of up to 350 megabytes per second

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The mobile storage market may come to life soon when it is completed SanDisk's acquisition of Western Digital, But until that happens we have competitor Kingston, who is worried that we will not be bored and launching a new and interesting product from the E-HyperX Savage fresh.

After the DRAM and SSD drives that were named HyperX Savage, the company also revealed New usb drives That carry the same brand name - and give emphasis to (At a reasonable price, we hope).

The new drive looks great, even if it's not really the first feature you're looking for in this product category
The new drive looks great, even if it's not really the first feature you're looking for in this product category

The new drives will deliver a fairly nice design with red and prominent X that blends into the product's black casing, offered in volumes of 128GB, 64GB and 256GB - and in particular guarantee excellent read and write performance of up to 350 megabits per second and 250 megabits per second The 64GB will offer slightly lower write performance, up to 180 megabytes per second).

Kingston insists on setting up the drive as a USB 3.1 Gen1 - although the meaning behind this terminology is actually the old and familiar 3.0 USB standard
Kingston insists on setting the drive to 3.1 Gen.1 - although this terminology is actually standard 3.0 the old and familiar

We still do not know exactly how much the drives will cost, or what their random writing and reading performance will be, but in both cases we hope the answers help the drive maintain its apparent relevance. Products The other Savage we have met to date is a pretty good deal, so we have a basis to expect that in this case too, there will be a good deal.


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  1. As for the price, because Tim's in the meantime are the ones Kingston is referring to as a business customer, and because my dad's very good friend is their purchasing manager, I got a quote.
    Same price for SSD.
    72 $ to 128 gigabytes. Home delivery.

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