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Nov 19, 2011

Kingston HyperX is an SSD Soul Stuck in a Flash Drive's Body

The performance is pretty impressive, getting 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write -- making it Kingston's fastest ever flash drive (and a tempting shot at expanding the solid state storage on a laptop). The setup is capped off with a sturdy rubber cover and keyring hook, although we wouldn't fancy putting gear this expensive at the mercy of our car keys. Kingston isn't saying when the devices are coming out, but expect the 64GB model to set you back $193, with 128GB running up a tab to the tune of $377.
 
 

8 comments:

R said...

Wow, its awesome!

aLH3x said...

awesome!!!!!

Major.Mack said...

cool

Lot's Wife said...

But what about that 256GB model?

GT said...

Great news!

Orang3 said...

cool!

Maybe you. said...

fucking...awesome...

YeamieWaffles said...

I find that absolutely amazing, it's a work of pure genius in my opinion. I'd love to get one of those!