The American manufacturer is riding the fine success - of a docking station which starred in a TV series
Veteran Kingston has a variety of interesting hardware products, even when you consider the flourishing sub-brand of Gaming HyperX - but of all the diversity it seems to be a relatively simple unit that provides additional connections for computers Mobile She's the most popular and coveted, secret, thanks to a guest appearance on the Silicon Valley series that made the crowds curious and interested.
The company's Nucleum is the parent capable of providing seven different connections based on a single USB Type-C interface on a desktop or mobile computer, with Operating System Any type - Full size HDMI port, Readers for SD and microSD cards, Also an input pair USB Type-C and an entry pair as well USB Type-A, with a bonus of the ability to move up to 60 watts for charging based on modern Type-C connectors. Recommended price? $ 50, which certainly manages to provide competition for many similar parent devices from lesser-known manufacturers that market today.
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Kingston is not only a provider of useful computing products on TV series sets - but is also a provider of Memories For the entertainment world thanks to collaboration with the developersAtari VCS, a retro console that is scheduled to officially launch this year (despite quite a few reports of business problems in the venture).
Not sure this will be the next console in your home - but Kingston Still, she believes that this new-old machine has a promising future
The manufacturer has also focused extremely fast on its storage products at the Las Vegas Giant Show, with the official launch of new Canvas React Plus SD and MicroSD cards that support the UHS-II standard and capable of delivering continuous transfer speeds of up to 300 MB per second and up to 285 MB - Byte per second respectively - Great line for those wanting to shoot video content at resolutions 4k And up and content Video Advanced at 360 degrees. These exciting speeds are made possible based on a compatible UHS-II reader, of course - which they will be very happy to sell to you Kingston.
Everything you need to shoot at maximum quality without compromising - assuming your pocket can afford the pleasure
For dessert, the company showcased a drive prototype SSD New supports PCI-Express 4.0 standard to become a real commercial product later this year - based on a new Marvell four-channel memory controller NAND And can deliver random 4KB performance of over 500,000 IOPS at this early stage. There is what to expect down the road, that's for sure.
Kingston was one of the first manufacturers on the market to lower the price of drivesNVMe Don't get really competitive with the A1000 - let's hope you do the same with the PCIe 4.0