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  • Kingston HyperX Predator 1TB USB flash drive pictures and hands-on
    Gadgets

    Kingston HyperX Predator 1TB USB flash drive pictures and hands-on

    By 9 January 2013

    Kingston Technology's big news for CES 2013 has been a massive beast in a tiny casing. The product is a USB drive - nothing generally exciting about that - but there will be a 1TB version soon. In a USB drive. One entire Terrabyte. Blimey. The DataTraveler...

  • Are you using the right SD card?
    Cameras

    Are you using the right SD card?

    By 17 August 2012

    SD, SDHC, SDXC and all their micro equivalents - whether you buy them branded by Jessops, SanDisk, Kingston, Trascend, Fujifilm, Lexar, Samsung; they’re all basically the same, right? Wrong, but you knew that. What you might not have been so clear about...

  • Kingston Wi-Drive review
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    Kingston Wi-Drive review

    By 31 January 2012

    When it comes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod, storage is expensive. These devices all have fixed amounts of storage, and no way for consumers to upgrade them with simple memory cards. And that can mean that people end up with less storage than they need,...

  • Kingston Wi-Drive boosts your iPhone or iPad storage
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    Kingston Wi-Drive boosts your iPhone or iPad storage

    By 15 August 2011

    Kingston has announced an external storage solution for your iPhone or iPad - the Wi-Drive. Shaped just like an iPhone, the external flash based drive comes in 16 or 32GB flavours and connects to your PC or Mac just as any other external drive would,...

  • Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available
    Cameras

    Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available

    By 17 January 2011

    Lexar made big waves over in Vegas at CES 2011, with its 128GB SDXC memory cards, but if your camera isn't SDXC compatible, or speed is your major concern when it comes to digital storage then you might be interested to hear that Kingston Digital has...

  • Monster, Kingston sign up to Amazon's "frustration-free" packaging
    Gadgets

    Monster, Kingston sign up to Amazon's "frustration-free" packaging

    By 27 August 2009

    In the States, Amazon has announced the "next phase" of its "frustration-free packaging" initiative. Kingston and Monster are now joining the Amazon scheme to offer easy-to-open, environmentally friendly packaging. Consumers have also been able to rate...

  • Kingston unveils world's first 256GB flash drive
    Online

    Kingston unveils world's first 256GB flash drive

    By 20 July 2009

    Kingston Technology has announced the launch of what it says is the world's first 256GB USB flash drive, the Kingston Technology DataTraveler 300. The company claims the new drive can store over 50,000 images, 54 DVDs or 365 CDs or "a paper tower over...

  • Kingston launches 128GB DataTraveler 200
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    Kingston launches 128GB DataTraveler 200

    By 16 June 2009

    Kingston Technology has announced the launch of the Kingston DataTraveler 200, apparently the world's first 128GB USB flash drive. As well as the ability to carry "vast" amounts of data, the DataTraveler 200 provides users with the option to password...