Need for Speed: Kingston announces NVMe SSD lineup
January 13, 2021

Kingston previews new storage solutions for CES 2021.

Just in time for CES 2021, Kingston has given a preview of its upcoming NVMe SSD road map during CES 2021 where attendees can experience the new storage solutions virtually. Some of the upcoming devices we can expect include the first PCIe NVMe Gen 4.0 SSDs along with an external USB 3.2 SSD.

One drive includes ‘Ghost Tree’ is one of the new high-performance Gen 4.0 drives that were made for content creators and power users. This drive, available in 1TB-4TB capacities, is able to target speeds of up to 7000MB/s read and write that will stretch the limit of what the PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 8-channel can do.

There’s also the NV Series, which is the ideal entry-level drive for first-time NVMe users with capacities of up to 2TB. Also previewed is the XS2000, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 x2 external drive available in 500GB – 2TB capacities. It comes with a USB-C interface for superfast data transfers of up to 2000MB/s.

Lastly, the DC1500M comes as n update to the DC1000M and adds support for multi namespaces. The U.2 NVMe SSD is designed to support various data-intensive workloads.

“Now that CES is moving online, we have a greater opportunity to connect with new and existing tech communities around the world,” said Tony Hollingsbee, SSD business manager, Kingston EMEA. “CES is the best time to share what’s next from Kingston and we are very excited to launch our first Gen 4.0 NVMe SSDs as well as an external drive this year. When it comes to NVMe, we will have all customer segments covered from consumers to prosumers to data centers.”

by Victor Philip Ortiz
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