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CES: Kingston updates Wi-Drive, shows off new products

New flash drives, memory products

Kingston is showing off some new products here at CES 2012. It has announced several additions to its memory range, some new flash drives and a 64GB version of its Wi-Drive.

The Kingston Wi-Drive is a wireless storage solution that allows you to stream music, movies, and pictures without requiring a separate internet connection. In order to access content on the Wi-Drive, you simply need to be able to see its native Wi-Fi signal. You can also use USB. The 64GB capacity joins the existing 16- and 32GB models, and Kingston has also unveiled apps to allow the Wi-Drive to work with iOS devices and the Amazon Kindle Fire.

In terms of memory, Kingston Kingston has announced the launch of the HyperX Red Limited. HyperX Red memory is Intel XMP ready and comes in 8GB kits or 4GB single sticks. You have a choice of 1333 or 1600MHz, with a voltage of 1.5 or 1.65.

Kingston has also launched the DataTraveler SE9 and Micro flash drives here at CES. The DataTraveler SE9 comes in a super thin metal case with a built-in key ring. It comes in 8- and 16GB capacities. The DataTraveler Micro is a tiny flash drive also available in 8- and 16GB capacities.

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