Kingston Unveils Cutting-Edge CAMM2 Memory and Storage Solutions at COMPUTEX 2024

Kingston Technology showcased its latest innovations at COMPUTEX 2024 with a unique “Racing Beyond Limits” themed booth. Inspired by the world of auto racing, the booth transformed Kingston’s product lines into a team of elite racers, highlighting performance, speed, and durability.

Diverse Product Range Debuts

Kingston unveiled a range of new memory and storage solutions, including the limited-edition Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 memory, the new CAMM2 memory standard, and various storage advancements. An AI PC showcase featuring Kingston’s solutions powering autonomous race cars further emphasized the brand’s commitment to innovation.

“Racing Beyond Limits” Showroom

The showroom integrated Kingston’s core strengths into a race-themed space, showcasing new products in action.

  • Kingston Champions: Each of Kingston’s six product lines transformed into an AI-powered “driver” representing its unique capabilities.
  • FURY: Representing Kingston’s high-performance DRAM and SSDs for gamers, FURY boasts the new Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition with exceptional speeds and a race car-inspired design.
  • Swift XS: Characterized by agility, Kingston’s pocket-sized external SSDs offer swift speeds and compact storage solutions. A new red XS1000 External SSD was introduced for creators seeking a stylish storage option.
  • Canvas: Representing creativity, Kingston’s high-performance Canvas SD and microSD cards provide high speeds and large capacities for content creators.
  • Guardian: IronKey embodies the spirit of secure and reliable storage with its hardware-encrypted options.
  • Versatile DataTraveler: The all-terrain driver, DataTraveler, represents Kingston’s flexible USB drive lineup for mobile storage.
  • Steadfast Enterprise: Representing Kingston’s enterprise-grade DRAM and SSDs, Enterprise ensures seamless performance for data centers.

FURY Fast Lane and Empowering AI

The FURY Fast Lane showcased the power of the Kingston FURY range. The Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition and Renegade SSD powered a racing simulator, providing an immersive experience of ultimate speed. Additionally, the new Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 CAMM2, a more compact and energy-efficient memory module standard, debuted for gaming laptops and mobile workstations.

Drawing inspiration from a pit stop, the “Built to Last” zone demonstrated Kingston’s AI applications. The NYCU Vulpes Racing Team’s AI-powered autonomous race car, equipped with Kingston, AMD, and ASUS solutions, was on display. Kingston’s memory and storage solutions played a crucial role in all stages of the race car’s development, from initial testing to achieving optimal performance.

New Product Highlights

  • Kingston FURY Renegade DDR5 RGB Limited Edition: Limited-edition design with race car-inspired heat spreaders, RGB lighting effects, speeds of 8000MT/s, and capacities of 48GB (24GBx2).
  • Kingston FURY Impact DDR5 (CAMM2): Smaller form factor, lower power consumption, and increased capacity and speed, ideal for laptops and mobile workstations. Available in 32GB capacities.
  • XS1000 External Solid State Drive (New Red color): Up to 1,050MB/s read and 1,000MB/s write speeds, available in 1TB and 2TB capacities.
  • Kenting Bay (codename) PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD: Unreleased SSD with Gen 4×4 NVMe PCIe performance, available in capacities ranging from 500GB to 4TB.

Kingston’s presence at COMPUTEX 2024 solidified its position as a leader in memory and storage solutions, showcasing its dedication to innovation and commitment to empowering users with cutting-edge technology.

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