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Review: Kingston XS2000 Portable SSD – Size isn’t everything!
A Big Win for an SSD Drive packed into a tiny box
As I’ve mentioned in another Kingston product review, I seem to have been carrying Kingston portable drives around with me for decades. In fact I’ve had various brands’ drives in pockets and bags, which have varied in size and shape over the years. But I’ve never had one quite as small or with the potential...
Review: Kingston IronKey Vault Privacy 80 – Seriously Secure SSD
highly-encrypted USB drive that offers top-of-the-line security for your sensitive information
I’m old enough to remember when hard drive sizes were measured in megabytes as opposed to gigabytes. I’ve also been carrying around some form of Kingston portable drive for decades now. From portable hard drives to usb sticks, I always had one jammed in my pocket or down the side of a laptop bag. But...
Kingston has upped their game yet again with their latest SSD, the Kingston KC2500 NVMe PCIe SSD 1TB. The KC2500 is a successor of their KC200 NVMe SSD, and it actually uses the same hardware. What’s new is that the KC2500 employs a new firmware and mature NAND. The KC2500 was built for desktops and...