Kingston releases HyperX Fury USB flash drives

Kingston releases HyperX Fury USB flash drives

The famous US memory makes Kingston has started the sales of the first HyperX Fury USB flash drives, designed for use with various gaming devices and consoles.

The new flash drives come in aluminum chassis and measure 60.23 x 21.40 x 9.8 mm for total weight of 8.76 grams. They are available in three capacities – 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB and support USB 3.0, which allows them to reach 90 MB/sec of read speed and 30 MB/sec of write speed. The new Kingston products target gamers and enthusiasts and are compatible with Sony PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 as well as Microsoft Xbox 360. They can work at temperatures of 0-60 degrees Celsius and can be stored at temperatures between -20 to +85 degrees Celsius.

The pricing of the new HyperX Fury drives is unknown. The devices have 5-year warranties too.

Source: Kingston

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