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.