Aiming to expand its presence in the Southeast Asian region, China-based Kimtigo is bringing its products to the region, including the KTA-350 SSD. It is available in storage capacities of up to 480GB and promises fast performance.
First spotted at Computex 2014 last June, the X99 Extreme4 motherboard is now the world's first Windows 8.1-certified motherboard with Intel X99 chipset, according to ASRock's claim. The board is compatible with Intel Haswell-E CPUs and DDR4 RAMs.
In anticipation of the arrival of Intel Haswell-E CPUs and X99-based motherboards, ADATA launched the Premier series of DDR4 2133 Unbuffered memory modules. ADATA previously demonstrated its DDR4 memory modules at Computex 2014 in June.
HyperX introduced the new HyperX Impact memory for gamers who want to get performance on their laptops and small form factor PCs. The HyperX Fury SSD was introduced as well, which is designed for entry-level gamers.
Prepared for the arrival of Intel X99 motherboards and Haswell-E processors, ADATA introduced and demonstrated its DDR4 memory modules at Computex 2014 along with its SP920 and SP610 solid-state drives (SSDs).
Expanding its portfolio of fast storage products, SanDisk announced the release of the Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC UHS-II card. Also announced is the Extreme Pro SD UHS-II USB card reader.
KINGMAX has upgraded its PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC memory cards. Now faster than most advanced UHS-I Speed Class 3 cards, KINGMAX cards allow enthusiasts and professionals to shoot and record photos and videos more quickly.
Capable of delivering fast read and write speeds, Kingston's new SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) cards are made to handle heavy tasks such as 4K video recording.
The PhotoWorld Asia 2014 just concluded yesterday. If you weren't able to visit the show floor, here is a round-up of the highlights and sidelights of the said event.
SanDisk is a main exhibitor at the PhotoWorld Asia 2014. Until tomorrow, SanDisk is offering select storage solutions with discounts to PhotoWorld Asia visitors.