01 Kingston now producing system specific SO DIMM memory

Kingston is making further efforts to separate itself from other SO-DIMM makers by being about as explicit as possible to its customers straight off the shelf in terms of which memory module(s) will work best with their specific notebook.

Kingston is making further efforts to separate itself from other SO-DIMM makers by being about as explicit as possible to its customers straight off the shelf in terms of which memory module(s) will work best with their specific notebook.

01 Kingston now producing system specific SO DIMM memory

Launched is a new range of SO-DIMM modules which are each designated to a certain notebook manufacturer. These manufacturers include HP, Dell, Apple, Lenovo, Sony and Toshiba, with the respective packaging for each making it clear that the memory housed inside is directly suited to that notebook maker with 100% compatibility and rated performance.

This will make it much easier for consumers to be sure that they're grabbing suitable memory for their notebook straight off the shelf without having to approach sales staff.

Details on the new system-specific modules are as follows :-


APPLE KTA-MB1333/4GFR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V

DELL KTD-L3B/4GFR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V

HP KTH-X3B/4GFR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V

LENOVO KTL-TP3B/4GFR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V

SONY M51264J90FR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V

TOSHIBA KTT-S3B/4GFR 4GB, DDR3, 1333MHz 204-pin Unbuffered SODIMM, 1.5V


Expect all new batches of Kingston's DDR3 based SO-DIMM memory to use the system specific packaging in the upcoming weeks.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara