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Kingston shows off Non-Binary DDR5 memory and XS1000 External SSD at COMPUTEX 2023

Kingston is back at COMPUTEX 2023 and they just showed their latest products at the convention including the XS1000 External SSD and also their non-binary DDR5 memory. Aside from that, they’ve also showcased their latest products for enterprise, content creators and even gamers.

For the creators

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The demand for SSDs has been growing and growing and thankfully, Kingston has debuted their non-binary DD5 memory that satisfies users Ideal memory-to-core ratios without sacrificing their bandwidth giving you a more flexible storage and also a cost-effective options.

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Products like the XS1000 External SSD is also essential for vloggers and content creators as a lot of video editing and multimedia files are saved on external SSD for more storage on their devices.


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Gamers would appreciate the DDR5 memory products including the non-binary Kingston FURY Renegade SSD and Kingston FURY DDR4 with brand new heat spreader designs. There’s also the DDR5 RGB options with 18 RGB FURY CTRL lighting effects to give the gamers a more aggressive styling.

It’s everywhere

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Kingston is also proud that their embedded solutions has reached the leading global brands including ASUS, Acer, BBK, and more. Kingston products and chips can be found in smart home devices, drones, and more.


Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta likes to create content about tech. But he also hates tech.


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