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Kingston launches pocket-sized XS1000 External SSD with speeds reaching 1,050MB/s.
Kingston may have just the memory for those who prefer a build on the cooler end of the colour spectrum.
Kingston unveils 48GB DDR5-6000 memory modules and a tiny multi-port flash drive.
You can now pick up a 1TB M.2 SSD from a reputable brand for under £40.
You probably don't need a 480GB 2.5in drive, yet at these prices it's almost rude to say no.
Kingston launches white Fury DDR5 memory reaching up to 7,200MT/s.
Bag a bargain as top-notch SSDs drop to all-time low pricing.
An exceptional drive at at a great price, what's not to like?
A fantastic kit that's equally at home on leading Intel and AMD PC platforms.
Kingston unveils DDR5-6000 and DDR5-6400 alongside special-edition DDR4-3200 and DDR-3600.
We put Kingston's 6000MT/s kit through its paces to determine whether or not faster DDR5 is worth the premium.
Hand-tuned and rigorously tested modules for an enthusiast build.
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