Kingston reveals their latest flash cards and NVMe SSDs at CES 2020
New cards come with new names; the Canvas Select line is now Canvas Select Plus. Up to 512GB!
2.5″ SSDs are no longer overprovisioned. The KC600 comes in 256GB, 512GB, 1TB. The single-sided A2000 NVMe fit laptops while KC2000 is for desktops.
KC2000 is Kingston’s next-gen NVMe PCIe SSD with 256-bit AES hardware encryption in 250GB, 500GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities – for enterprise & power users.
Kingston’s High Endurance microSD cards are made to avert the risk of lost pictures and/or video, withstanding extreme temps, water, shock and even X-rays
News: Kingston Launches New Data Center 500 Series SSDs Optimized for Both Read and Mixed-Use Workloads
Kingston’s new DC500R series is designed for business and enterprise (e.g. data centers and cloud storage) in 480GB, 960GB, 1.92TB and 3.84TB capacities.
Kingston has 3 lines of SD cards – but interestingly, the one we tested read data 17 TIMES FASTER at its peak than the rating! How’s that even possible?
The Kingston MobileLite G4 is a dual SD/microSD card reader that’s less than half the size of a credit card. It connects via the USB 3 port for fast copying that’s only limited by the speed of your card in most cases.
Kingston’s lineup of memory cards and card readers aim to satisfy even the most demanding 4K video shooters with 3 categories: Select, Go! & React.
Kingston makes SSD’s using 3D NAND and full disk encryption in every form factor imaginable with their UV500 and A1000 lines.