Kingston and HyperX new products at Computex 2017

New keyboards, mice and memory all on show

  • Kingston and sub-brand, HyperX, showed off some interesting memory-related products including an NvME SSD a U.2-connected box for four SSDs. There were also new gaming keyboards and mice.

  • Alloy Elite RGB keyboard. No price or availability yet.

  • Textured WASD keys one the Alloy Elite RGB keyboard.

  • Kingston's NvME SSD

  • Kingston's NvME SSD performance.

  • Kingston's HyperX Predator RAM running stably at 4,000MHz. No price. Available late June.

  • Giant Alloy FPS mousepad - runs all the way under the keyboard. No price yet. Coming: June/July. The new, reduced-size gaming keyboard is also on its way.

  • Pulsefire FPS mouse - coming late June for US$50. It's very basic - but incredibly responsive and light.

  • HyperX headphones work with consoles too.

  • Kingston is making a 'rare' U.2 drive box. Can fit in four SSDs. No price yet, but due in October.

  • The elaborate connector for Kingston's U.2 drive box.

  • Price, specs and performance of the U.2 box.

  • Price, specs and performance of the U.2 box up close.

  • Kingston was celebrating 30 years of products.

  • An hour before the X299 announcement - we couldn't see Kingston's product.

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