New keyboards, mice and memory all on show
Kingston and sub-brand, HyperX, showed off some interesting memory-related products including an NvME SSD a U.2-connected box for four SSDs. There were also new gaming keyboards and mice.
Alloy Elite RGB keyboard. No price or availability yet.
Textured WASD keys one the Alloy Elite RGB keyboard.
Kingston's NvME SSD
Kingston's NvME SSD performance.
Kingston's HyperX Predator RAM running stably at 4,000MHz. No price. Available late June.
Giant Alloy FPS mousepad - runs all the way under the keyboard. No price yet. Coming: June/July. The new, reduced-size gaming keyboard is also on its way.
Pulsefire FPS mouse - coming late June for US$50. It's very basic - but incredibly responsive and light.
HyperX headphones work with consoles too.
Kingston is making a 'rare' U.2 drive box. Can fit in four SSDs. No price yet, but due in October.
The elaborate connector for Kingston's U.2 drive box.
Price, specs and performance of the U.2 box.
Price, specs and performance of the U.2 box up close.
Kingston was celebrating 30 years of products.
An hour before the X299 announcement - we couldn't see Kingston's product.
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