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  • Kingston HyperX Predator 512GB flash drive review

    Does what it says on the tin Its power then is one of sheer ferocity, mixed in with a heady dash of zinc-alloy metal and fist-clenching heft. I half expect Kingston to released a knuckle-duster attachment in the future. With the HyperX Predator strapped to my hand, I could very well knock a dent in a wall. Cost conscious The HyperX Predator is thankfully, not going to cost the estimated US$1 750 which Kingston mentioned at this year's CES. Amazon prices it at a far more palatable, but still cringe-worthy US$885. It’s still a small fortune to drop on a novelty...

  • A 1TB flash drive from Kingston? Yours for US$3 500 [CES]

    The 4K TV seems to have dominated a CES that is very much run-of-the-mill. Outside of Nvidia’s astonishing Project Shield and the frankly mind-blowing morphing touchscreen for Tactus, there’s very little to be excited about. Would a 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive from Kingston change our miserly outlook? Perhaps. Then again, the US$3 500 price tag makes our teeth ache.

  • The Gobii 12MP camera turns you into an ‘almost pro’

    A little while ago I sat with the Gobii 12MP camera box on my desk, about to open it and thinking to myself how cleverly named and packaged it was. On opening the box, I found all the usual contents neatly packaged: the camera itself, a fake suede camera bag, strap, Li-ion battery, battery charger, Kingston 4GB SDHC card and a USB cable to connect it to your computer. Above all, a neat and fairly comprehensive manual is included, as well as a software CD. The little camera feels solid in the hand and boasts a 4X optical zoom and...