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Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS – Cherry MX Brown

Introduction Here at Bjorn3D, we seem to be on a steady roll of peripheral device reviews, and today we will be looking at the Kingston HyperX Alloy FPS gaming keyboard. The Alloy FPS we are looking at today features Cherry MX Brown keys for a tactile response and medium audio …

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Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver Review (HX-HSCR-BK/NA)

Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver Review Faced with a myriad of choices for headsets, it’s hard to choose just one headset for all your needs. Kingston’s HyperX Cloud Revolver addresses the one headset problem and uses a standard 3.5mm jack suitable for mobile devices like phones and tablets and perfect for …

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Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

INTRODUCTION Kingston’s HyperX Cloud line of headsets have historically been top-notch. And while many gaming headsets come with a premium price, Kingston has taken note, and released the HyperX Cloud Stinger. This stereo headset features a very basic design and feature set, but that doesn’t mean you should skip right …

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Kingston 32GB UHS-I U3 microSDHC Review

Kingston 32GB UHS-I U3 microSDHC Review As media playback formats increase the need for faster MicroSD cards has increased. With 2K/4K video playback and burst mode (Continuous still images on on DSLR cameras) older MicroSD cards just can’t keep up with todays needs. Face it most people going into your local …

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Kingston 32GB DataTraveler Mini 3.0(DTM30/32GB)

The Kingston 32GB USB 3.0 DataTraveler Mini is a no frills, NAND flash based USB 3.0 thumb drive. Along with the no frills approach comes a no frills price, currently running $13.99. When you think about it, that’s a lot of storage for a pretty small price and comes out …

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480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD (SHPM2280P2/480G)

Hard drives have been a big bottleneck in computers since the inception of computing.  While platter drives offer a lot of storage for an affordable price, they have always been handicapped by relatively slow speeds, unless you bought one of the high-priced 10k RPM drives or put them in a …

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Kingston Technologies Data Traveler microDuo 3

With the plethora of different storage devices out in the market today to choose from for us to connect from one electronic device to another electronic device makes trying to choose one that fits the bill for us quiet difficult, as well as confusing. Especially, when we start adding the …

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Kingston SM2280S3 120GB M.2 SATA SSD Review

The good folks over at Kingston were kind enough to send over a Kingston M.2. SM2280S3 120GB M.2. Solid State Drive, whats the noise about you might ask. The noise is about the blazing speed one of these innocuous little drives can produce. As a little spoiler, to grab your …

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Kingston HyperX Fury Pro 360x300mm (HX-MPFP-M)

Kingston has been branching out with a few select high quality products like the The HyperX Cloud II headset we reviewed this last month. During our normal back and forth with Kingston they mentioned they has a new HyperX Fury Pro Mouse Pad and since we are all about gaming we …

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Kingston HyperX Savage (16GB)

The HyperX brand has a long history for Kingston. Introduced in 2002, the HyperX branded memory modules delivers excellent performance with high overclocking potential. It quickly caught on among the enthusiasts as the premium memory module of the choice when comes to performance, reliability, and overclocking. Over the years, Kingston …

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Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 32GB 2400MHz, Harness The Fury!

Kingston’s hit a home run with their HyperX Fury DDR4 32GB 2400MHz kit! Running in 4 colors, Black, Red, Blue and White you can color coordinate the screaming speed and dependability Kingston offers. In the past we’ve tested and proven more RAM is better and people will argue 32GB is …

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Kingston Fury DDR4 32GB 2400MHz, Harness the Fury! (Preview)

HyperX® FURY DDR4 can handle even the toughest battle. It automatically recognizes its host platform and overclocks to the highest frequency published (up to 2400MHz) — so you can wreak havoc. FURY DDR4 runs at 1.2V, even at 2400MHz, so it stays cooler while you play. You don’t need to …

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2

MobileLite G2 MobilLite G2 Bundle The Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2 is a small media reader that broadcasts a WiFi signal that just about any WiFi enabled device can receive. You can plug-in various storage media and have your files easily accessible to most WiFi capable devices. The MobileLite G2 will …

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HyperX Cloud 2 Headset

The HyperX Cloud II headset has landed and landed chock full of a quality you can’t expect in a sub $100 Pro-gaming headset. From the powder coated brushed aluminum to the memory foam ear cups you’ll be hard pressed to find one thing on the Cloud II not geared toward …

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Kingston HyperX Beast 2133 64GB

We are featuring the exceptionally large 64GB HyperX Beast kit today. If that doesn’t spark your interest, this kit runs at a blazing 2133MHz for extreme enthusiast systems. Continue reading for more….. We are featuring the exceptionally large 64GB HyperX Beast kit today. If that doesn't spark your interest, this …

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Kingston 64GB microSDXC SDCX10/64GB

Promised to deliver at least 10 MB/s, the 64GB Kingston microSDXC card packs plenty of storage space for your mobile devices. For a 64GB microSD expandable storage for your mobile device, it also priced quite competitively at $60, and the included SD adapter makes it versatile so that you can …

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Kingston HyperX 10th Anniversary 2400MHz 16GB Memory Kit

Kingston as a whole has been around a long time, but they created the HyperX brand when they realized there were people that wanted to push the limits of their system memory in order to increase performance. That was a long 10 years ago and the kit we have today …

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Kingston V300 120GB, 7mm Slim SSD On a Budget

  Today we look at the new V300 Drive from Kingston which is a Sandforce based drive pointed at the value segment to get a sub $1/GB drive to the masses, now lets see what this drive has to offer.    INTRODUCTION The world of SSD’s is constantly advancing and with that the price …

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Kingston HyperX Predator 2666MHz 8GB Memory

  Kingston has been in the memory business for as long as we can remember. Today we have the newest in the Kingston HyperX Extreme performance line with the HyperX Predator memory. New heatspreader and extraordinarily high speeds make this kit an enthusiast’s dream. Now let’s take a look further …

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Kingston Wi-Drive 64GB

Earlier this year, we released a review of the Kingston Wi-Drive. Since then, Kingston has made a few changes to the Wi-Drive, including adding support for a wireless browser, and even greater capability. Check out exactly how well the new Wi-Drive performs!

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Kingston SSDNow 200V+ 120GB

The Kingston SSDNow 200V+ 120GB is offered at a great price point, in addition to its upgrade kit. How well does it perform? Keep reading to find out!

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Kingston latest gadgets at CES 2012

Kingston shows off their latest red Hyper Limited Edition memory modules, next concept T1 modules, a 64GB system running a high demanding composition, and latest Ultrabook Flash Drives.

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Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB

The Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 is supposed to be Kingston’s fastest flash drive to date. We’ll compare it with a USB 3.0 flash drive they released a few months ago to see if it’s true.

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Post Computex 2011 – Part 2

To wrap up Computex 2011, we went ahead and wrapped up some of the latest motherboards, video cards, tablets, and memory products from MSI, GIGABYTE, and Kingston.

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