Computex 2018: Kingston Shows Off Their Family of Storage Solutions

Kingston is set to share its latest and upcoming products during Computex 2018. They’ll be showing the fastest NVMe SSD available commercially today. There’ll also be embedded and encrypted solutions and mobile lifestyle products. This includes the brand new Canvas series for SD and microSD cards.

kingston SD Canvas card family

From enterprise SSDs, encrypted USBs, consumer mobile products to embedded solutions, Kingston continues to offer customers rock-solid reliability, ultimate security and maximum performance. The demonstration shows Kingston’s commitment to offering the most complete family of storage solutions. The demonstration includes:

Fastest SSDs Available

Kingston will be showing their DCP1000 PCIe NVMe SSD at the expo.It has four times the data rate of HDD making Kingston’s PCIe NVMe solutions the best at providing end-to-end data acceleration required for modern media workflows as demonstrated on the Wall of Video with hundreds of individual, high-resolution videos.

As for the Kingston UV500 SSD, it protects sensitive data with 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption and supports TCG Opal 2.0. It is available in three different form factors (2.5″, M.2 2280, mSATA) to accommodate any client system.

Portable Yet Secure Storage Solutions

Both Kingston and IronKey encrypted USB drives will protect your data as well as maintain a productive and efficient mobile workforce, and are key component of GDPR compliance.

The all-new “Canvas” series SD and microSD memory cards allows users and creators to record precious moments and bring out the imagination. With the Canvas cards, people can paint with colorful memories and create their own masterpiece. It offers three different variations in both SD and microSD cards: Select, Go, and React to suit consumers’ needs.

Cable Solutions

Furthermore, the DataTraveler Bolt Duo will free up space on Apple iPhone and iPad with limited memory. All you have to do is plug it in, download the Bolt app, and then back up to their camera roll.

Nucleum meanwhile lets users can connect up to 7 devices at once and keep your creativity flowing. Besides, it can power up your Apple MacBook while also connecting to a USB Flash drive and charging an iPhone. The compact size and built-in cable also make the Nucleum a perfect travel companion to take with on location.

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