[Day 2] Computex 2011 Round-up: Memory, Storage, SSD
Kingston release their HyperX SSD series today. They are based on the SandForce SF-2281 and are available in 120GB and 240GB capacities.HyperX SSDs have a read throughput of 525MB/s and a write throughput of 480MB/s, 4KB random read/write speeds of up to 95K/70K IOPS.
To read more about the Kingston HyperX SSD, visit http://vr-zone.com/articles/kingston-gets-serious-in-ssd–launches-sandforce-hyperx-ssds/12517.html#ixzz1O8DP8CDz
The new Wi-Drive promises Apple iPhone and iPad users the ability to expand their storage space. With an app from the app store, the Wi-Drive can transfer files wirelessly to the Apple Devices. Read More : http://vr-zone.com/articles/kingston-reveals-wi-drive-portable-storage-for-apple-ipad-iphone-ipod-users/12518.html
One of the server grade single module 8GB DDR3 RAM was also spotted at Kingston's booth. These RAMs are ECC registered.
A new pair of HyperX memory from Kingston was also seen. I wonder how well would it clock?
There was also the Kingston's HyperX T1 DDR3 triple-channel kit which we reviewed earlier. http://vr-zone.com/articles/quick-look-kingston-hyperx-t1-performance-ddr3-triple-channel-kit/12111.html