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  1. Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB review

    Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB review

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    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.

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    Kingston HyperX Beast 32GB review

    Kingston HyperX Beast 32GB review

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    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.

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    Kingston HyperX Genesis 2,133MHZ 16GB review

    Kingston HyperX Genesis 2,133MHZ 16GB review

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    Money isn't an issue if you're throwing together your own Intel X79-based system, so splurging an extra £100 on the highest-rated memory kits, such as the Kingston HyperX Genesis 16GB shouldn't cause you too many problems.

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    Kingston Media Reader review

    Kingston Media Reader review

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    Laptops for the most part often come with a card reader built in, but if you’re looking for something a little more versatile, this reader from Kingston supports 19 different types of card.

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    Kingston KHX11000 D3LLK/2G review

    Kingston KHX11000 D3LLK/2G review

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    Kingston was one of the first manufacturers to push DDR3 sticks out of its doors, indicating that it's serious about making a name for itself with the new standard.

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    Kingston Hiper-X PC2-9600 review

    Kingston Hiper-X PC2-9600 review

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    While Corsair got the first press release out announcing DDR2 RAM clocked at 1,200MHz, Kingston was the first to actually put sticks on the shelves, and we couldn't wait to get our hands on it

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    Kingston Hiper-X PC2-9200 review

    Kingston Hiper-X PC2-9200 review

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    We ran into an odd problem with this high-clocking memory set - for some reason, even at stock speeds, the motherboard wouldn't reboot. We're giving it the benefit of the doubt, though, since it's a very new motherboard

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    Kingston 4GB DataTraveler review

    Kingston 4GB DataTraveler review

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    Kingston has a good name among Apple resellers. With this in mind we looked through the company's catalogue. This 4GB USB flash drive stood out, with its generous capacity in a small format

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    Kingston Data Traveller Elite review

    Kingston Data Traveller Elite review

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    £200? This flash drive should come with loan approval. 4GB of flash storage is not to be sniffed at, but it doesn't justify a longer review. Think of what you could use all that space for - games, music, or a complete backup of your treasured files

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