Kingston today announced its new HyperX Savage USB Flash drive, which will be available in three variants of 64, 128 and 256 GB of capacity connectivity supported by USB 3.1, allowing it to achieve a sequential read and write speeds of up to 350/128 MB / s for the 64GB model compared to 350/250 MB / s for the higher capacity models, making it perfect solutions when moving large files.

3 units have dimensions of 76.3 x 23.48 x 12.17 mm thick, backed by a 5 year warranty and will be available soon at a price to be around 35, 75 and 120 euros for the 64GB model, 128GB and 256GB respectively.

HyperX Savage USB Features and Specifications:

    • Blazing fast transfer speeds: HyperX Savage delivers blazing transfer speeds of 350MB/s read and 250MB/s write (64GB model delivers 350MB/s read and 180MB/s write) to save time and let you

    • quickly

      access files with no performance lag. Capacities up to 256GB provide plenty of room to store large files including movies, high-resolution images, music, games and more.

    • USB 3.1 Gen. 1 functionality: HyperX Savage is compliant with USB 3.1 Gen. 1 specifications to let you take advantage of USB 3.0 ports in newer notebooks and desktops.

    • Bold design: This stylish drive has an aggressive look that complements the latest PCs and consoles. Its sleek black casing is accented with the signature HyperX logo in metallic red.

    • Multi-platform compatibility: Use this versatile drive on multiple platforms, including desktops, notebooks and gaming consoles1 including PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. Its slim design fits in tight console USB ports and it lets console users quickly transfer their profiles.

    • Capacities: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB

    • Speed: USB3.1 Gen. 1 (USB 3.0)

    • o 64GB: 350MB/s read, 180MB/s write

      o 128GB−256GB: 350MB/s read, 250MB/s write

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