Kingston Returns to Computex 2023 with New Non-Binary DDR5 Memory and XS1000 External SSD

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Kingston Technology showcases its latest products at Computex 2023 after three years. Among the products are non-binary DDR5 memory, XS1000 External SSD, Industrial SD card, Data Center solutions, and more.

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Additionally, the company invites everyone to step into the future with the world’s first Kingston Future Hub showroom and Starship No.35.

“For over 35 years, Kingston has set many important milestones, such as maintaining its position as the No.1 supplier of third-party DRAM modules for 19 consecutive years, and the leader in channel SSD market share since 2019. This demonstrates Kingston’s consistency in enabling our customers to achieve more. We’re thrilled to be back at Computex to present comprehensive solutions that will help users in different fields of their lives succeed, as ‘Kingston Is With You’.”

Kevin Wu, Kingston APAC Region Sales/Marketing and Business Development Vice President

A Look at the Kingston Future Hub Showroom

The Kingston Future Hub showroom exhibits how the company enriches the lives of users with its memory and storage solutions. It has five zones that are namely Creator Gadgets, Enterprise Suite, Gamer Ecstasy, Vlogger Essentials, and Smart Living.

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Here’s a quick rundown of the zones:

  • Creator Gadgets – it features a personal studio equipped with FURY memory, Kingston SSDs, and workstation gadgets. It also debuts non-binary DDR5 memory that satisfies users’ ideal memory-to-core ratios without sacrificing bandwidth. The non-binary DDR5 models provide cost-effective options that can drive down system costs.
  • Enterprise Suite – a walk-in data center that showcases the company’s enterprise-level SSD and Server Premier DDR5 memory, trusted by lead server manufacturers and the world’s largest data centers. The company also launched the DC600M Enterprise SSD and Industrial SD card. The former is optimized for mixed-use workloads with excellent Quality of Service that ensures latency and IOPS consistency.
  • Gamer Ecstasy – this zone shows customized PC builds constructed by the world’s top PC modders, the latest FURY non-binary DDR5 memory product lines, and RENEGADE SSD. The FURY DDR4 memory with brand new heat spreader designs will be displayed on-site along with DDR5 RGB options
  • Vlogger Essentials – it showcases the company’s best-in-class storage solutions for the generation always-on-the-move and showcases the XS1000 External SSD. Additionally, the company joins forces with EVA Air for trusted products and services.
  • Smart Living – dives into the company’s embedded solutions for leading global brands including Acer, ASUS, BBK Electronics, and more.

Bringing Kingston Starship No.35 to Computex 2023

In March, the Kingston Starship No.35 experiential truck was launched. The truck brings alive an immersive space exploration that highlights the company’s products’ extreme performance.

It has already reached over 50,000 people and will enter the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall during Computex 2023. Attendees will get a chance to win cash prizes, brand swag, or a round-trip EVA Air Premium Economy ticket to an Asian destination of their choice.

For more information, visit the official website, Facebook, and YouTube.

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