Kingston Showcases New Products at Racecar-inspired Showroom at Computex 2024

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Kingston returns to Computex 2024 with a race-themed “Kingston: Racing Beyond Limits” showroom. It captures auto racing, where cutting-edge vehicles and skilled drivers converge.

The company transforms its product lines into elite racers, incorporating elements from the race field.

It also debuted a range of products like the limited-edition FURY Renegade DDR5 memory, new CAMM2 memory, and additional storage solutions.

Kingston: Racing Beyond Limits Showroom

Kingston Computex 2024 Empowering AI 2

The Kingston: Racing Beyond Limits showroom integrates the company’s three key product strengths – performance, speed, and durability into an auto racing-inspired space with the never-before-seen products in action.

The first area was dubbed Kingston Champions featuring its six product lines into a team of elite drivers using AI. These include:

  • Lightning FURY
  • Swift XS
  • Creative Canvas
  • Guardian IronKey
  • Versatile DataTraveler
  • Steadfast Enterprise

The main highlight of the first area was the XS1000 External Solid State Drive which now comes in a new red variant. It still shares the same USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface, up to 1,050MB/s read and 1,000MB/s write, and comes in 1TB or 2TB options.

Moreover, the limited edition variant of the FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB was on display, but it was actually used in the next area. This version comes with a sleek red and black heat spreader design inspired by race cars. It offers speeds of 8000MT/s and comes in kits of 2 for a total of 48GB.

Kingston Computex 2024 Fury Fast Lane

The next area was the FURY Fast Lane and unleashed the speed of the Kingston FURY range. The FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition and Renegade SSD power the Cooler Master Dyn X Racing Simulator, giving visitors a chance to immerse themselves of the speed and matching the feeling of racing on a track.

Kingston Computex 2024 CAMM2

The Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 CAMM2 (Compression Attached Memory Module) debuts with a new memory module standard. It offers a more compact size, increased capacity and speed, all with lower power consumption.

The last area of the showroom was Empowering AI which was designed to mimic the Pit Stop. Here, the company demonstrated its AI application. The NYCU Vulpes Racing Team was invited to exhibit their self-designed and self-built autonomous race car. The car utilizes an AI PCP equipped with Kingston, AMD, and ASUS’ solutions. The AI PC was equipped with the FURY Renegade DDR5 memory and the unreleased PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, dubbed Kenting Bay.

In addition, Kingston Server Premier DDR5 RDIMM server memory and DC600M Enterprise SSD meet the demands for storage capacity and performance from AI processing.

For more information, visit the official Facebook and YouTube.

Ram found his love and appreciation for writing in 2015 having started in the gaming and esports sphere for GG Network. He would then transition to focus more on the world of tech which has also began his journey into learning more about this world. That said though, he still has the mentality of "as long as it works" for his personal gadgets.

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