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Unboxing Live 081: Kingston HyperX SSD

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Laptop, PC, Videocasts,

In this episode we open up the Kingston HyperX SSD 120GB upgrade kit. The SSD has no moving parts, giving it longer life, and sports 550 MBps read speeds and 510 MBps write speeds. The drive also supports high-speed SATA Rev 3.0 with 6 GBps transfer speeds. Kingston includes Acronis Migration Software, HyperX 3.5 desktop mounting plate, HyperX USB External Drive Bay, HyperX Multi-head Screwdriver and HyperX colored SATA Rev 3.0 (6Gb/s) cable - all of this gives you everything you need in order to install the drive, migrate your data off of your original drive to the new SSD, and then keep your old drive as an external storage device. They definitely thought of everything, and you can pick up the HyperX SSD on Amazon for $240, a 25% discount.

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Kingston drops a 256GB thumb drive on us, world’s first

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Storage,

Kingston Datatraveler 300 256GB thumb drive

Okay, check it. We know that media consumption is growing rapidly, those torrents are flying fast and furiously, and sometimes you just want the convenience of not having to being a notebook with you. We get it. But really, there’s no excuse to drop $900 on Kingston’s DataTraveler 300 256GB thumb drive, okay? Just buy a netbook! Or four 64GB thumb drives for a fraction of the cost. These aren’t available yet in the US, so let’s hope that when they do make it over here, that price drops just a tad.

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Kingston DataTraveler 200 Flash Drive

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Storage, USB,

DataTravelerKingston’s DataTraveler 200 can handle up to 128GB of flash memory. The company’s Andrew Ewing says it can hold an entire library of music, photos and videos, not to mention large databases. The DT2000 has password protection and needs no administrations rights. Choose between a 32GB for $120.00, 64GB for $213.00 and the humongous 128GB at a price of $546.00.

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Babies on Board: Gwen Stefani, Martie Maguire

Posted by Veronica Santiago Categories: Music, Pregnancies,

Gwen Stefani, Gavin Rossdale, KingstonWith on the verge on delivering her twins, it’s time for a few more musicians to step up and take over the pregnancy pounds.  Cue and .

Although no official statement has been released from Stefani’s camp, the father-in-law of ‘s lead singer just revealed the private details to People magazine.  Who needs a publicist when they have family?  (A British paper is reporting the performer is already 13 weeks along.)  This pregnancy would mark the second child for Gwen and rocker husband, .  Their first son - the ever-so-stylish Kingston - turns two this May.

In other baby news, country artist (wait - are they still even considered country?) announced she too is expecting.  The performer will welcome another girl into her family.  (She had twin girls back in 2004.)  Combined with ‘s three children and ’ two, the total baby count for the group will now reach eight.  Hopefully they can now officially move on from that stupid George Bush nonsense to care about more important things.

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