HWM (Malaysia) - - FEATURE -

At COMPUTEX 2017, Kingston show­cased prod­ucts both un­der its en­ter­prise and HyperX gam­ing di­vi­sion. On the en­ter­prise side, the com­pany of­fers three new en­ter­prise-class NVMe SSDs: the DCP1000 PCIe AiC SSD, the DCU1000 PCIe U.2 SSD, and the KC1000 PCIe SSD. To sum­ma­rize, all three SSDs were de­signed pri­mar­ily for use in dat­a­cen­ters and dig­i­tal con­tent pro­duc­tion en­vi­ron­ments, such as the rel­a­tively new 8K stan­dard, mass video transcod­ing, and high-res­o­lu­tion im­age ma­nip­u­la­tion. Un­der its HyperX gam­ing sub-brand, we saw sev­eral new HyperX gam­ing pe­riph­er­als on dis­play. There are two key­boards un­der the HyperX Al­loy se­ries. The first comes in two it­er­a­tions: one with a numpad, the other with­out. The third key­board is the HyperX Al­loy Elite RGB. As the name sug­gests, the keys are back­lit with RGB LEDs.

Lastly, the HyperX PulseFire FPS is a new gam­ing mouse with PixArt 3310 op­ti­cal sen­sor, giv­ing it a DPI range be­tween 400 and 3,200 DPI.

The HyperX Al­loy Elite RGB is a key­board with 16 mil­lion color RGB back­light­ing.

Meet the HyperX PulseFire FPS, Kingston’s new gam­ing mouse un­der its HyperX line.

The DCP1000 PCIe AiC and DCU1000 U.2 are en­ter­prise-level SSDs.

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