Just as Intel has done with the 335 series, Kingston has come up with a new range of drives matching the old LSI SandForce SF-2281 controllers with the latest ideas in NAND technology.
With its latest HyperX Beast modules it's like finding out that the little old lady across the street uses a Suzuki Hayabusa to go and collect her pension.
Its price tag might seem steep, but this mighty 8GB kit pays for itself by delivering a whopping performance boost.
The Kingston HyperX 3K is a serious performance drive with a price tag that makes it hard to ignore.
The SSDNow V+200 480GB is aimed at the "everyday business" crowd. That's not to say that it isn't allowed for everyone else.
CTIA 2012Kingston has announced an more potent version of their Wi-Drive portable wireless storage device: a 64GB version.
Several memory card manufacturers are yet to join the new XQD memory card, leaving only Sony manufacturing cards at the moment.