Kingston, new details on future SSDs from CES 2021

Kingston, new details on future SSDs from CES 2021
CES 2021 has finally begun, albeit in a fully digital form, and well-known manufacturer Kingston has used the opportunity to present its new series of PCIe 4.0 SSDs for the consumer market. These M.2 drives are codenamed "Ghost Tree", presumably because they are blazingly fast and offer capacities up to 4TB. The press release released by the company claims that the product will offer read and write speeds of 7,000MB / s with Ghost Tree, which is enough to saturate the PCIe 4.0 x4 bandwidth. The devices will be available in sizes from 1 to 4 TB, great for holding various video games or lots of movies to use for video editing.

In addition to Ghost Tree, Kingston has also announced a new line of PCIe 3.0 SSDs x4 entry level, with capacities up to 2TB, called NV-Series. Additionally, Kingston showed the XS2000 external SSDs, which pack 500GB to 2TB of storage space in a small SSD with USB Type C connection that runs on USB 3.2 Gen2x2 to ensure fast transfer speeds. At the moment, however, the company has not provided further technical data relating to these products, in addition to prices and availability. For these, it seems, we will have to wait a little longer.

Kingston is a brand known for its storage devices. Some time ago, in fact, we also talked about its USB sticks, specifically those addressed to those who want to protect their data with cryptographic systems. For example, the Kingston DataTraveler Vault Privacy 3.0 (DTVP 3.0) offers enterprise-grade security with hardware-based AES 256-bit XTS encryption, plus it has a read-only access mode to minimize potential malware risks. The device is completely customizable by companies with logo, serial numbers, number of password access attempts, minimum password length and other options that will surely be useful especially for larger companies working on important projects.

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